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About borderlands Volume 4 Number 3, 2005

 

       Gandhi, Nonviolence & Modernity
       Editors: John Docker & Debjani Ganguly



INTRODUCTION

John Docker
Gandhi, Nonviolence and Modernity

ESSAYS

Frances Peters Little
An Aboriginal Session on Gandhi's Indian Home Rule
Interview About History and Passive Resistance, 1909

John Maynard
"Be the change that you want to see": The awakening of
cultural nationalism - Gandhi, Garvey and the AAPA

Rhonda Y. Williams
"Nonviolence and Long Hot Summers": Black Women
and Welfare Rights Struggles in the 1960s

Brian Martin
How Nonviolence Works

Sean Scalmer
Globalising Gandhi: Translation, Reinvention, Application, Transformation

 

 


 

 

 



ESSAYS

Leela Gandhi
Ahimsa and Other Animals: The Genealogy of
an Immature Politics

Debjani Ganguly
Convergent Cosmopolitics in the Age of Empire: Gandhi
and Ambedkar in World History

John Docker
Josephus: Traitor or Gandhian avant la lettre?

REVIEWS

Ernesto Verdeja
The Stakes in Reconciliation
(Andrew Schaap, Political Reconciliation, Routledge, 2005)


Daniel McLoughlin
The 'Nomos of the Modern': Sociology and the Culture of Exception
(Bülent Diken and Carsten Bagge Laustsen, The Culture of Exception: Sociology Facing the Camp, Routledge, 2005)

Andrew Jakubowicz
Doing Politics in Jewish Australia
(Geoffrey Brahm Levey and Philip Mendes eds. Jews and Australian Politics, Sussex Academic Press, 2004)

Jacinta O'Hagan
Locating Evil
(Stephen Chan, Out of Evil: New International Politics and Old Doctrines of War, London & New York: I.B. Tauris, 2005)