This major intervention into debates about the postcolonial and the
global proposes that theory should embody unevenness as symptom
even as it envisions strategies to get beyond unevenness.
Radhakrishnan's thought-provoking engagement with theorists and
writers from around the world will fascinate readers across a wide
range of disciplines.
- A major intervention into debates about the postcolonial and
- Proposes that theory bear the burden of unevenness even as it
seeks a way out of it - neither captive to the world as it is, nor
naively credulous of visions of the world as it should be, theory
argues for an ethics of persuasion that is firmly rooted in
- Engages with a wide range of theorists and writers from around
- Ranges over fields as diverse as critical theory,
postmodernism, poststructuralism, postcolonialism, minority
studies, cultural studies and anthropology.