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A City Consumed: Urban Commerce, The Cairo Fire, And The Politics Of Decolonization In Egypt - Nancy Reynolds

This book offers a reinterpretation of an important popular uprising in Cairo in 1952 by looking at the patterns of commerce and urban development over the previous four decades. Author: Reynolds, Nancy Publisher: Stanford University Press Illust......

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The Great Social Laboratory: Subjects Of Knowledge In Colonial And Postcolonial Egypt - Omnia El Shakry

This book charts the development of the social sciences-anthropology, human geography, and demography-in colonial and postcolonial Egypt, exploring the broader significance of knowledge production and its relationship to colonialist and nationalis......

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Chinese Labor In A Korean Factory: Class, Ethnicity, And Productivity On The Shop Floor In Globalizing China - Jaesok Kim

This ethnographic account invites readers to consider a fascinating case of globalized labor - a Korean-owned and managed factory in China, operated by Chinese laborers, where the clash of cultures, traditions, and classes threatens both productiv......

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The Future And Its Enemies: In Defense Of Political Hope - Daniel Innerarity

An impassioned plea for democratic societies to take the future seriously at a time when all our energies seem focused on the present. Author: Innerarity, Daniel Publisher: Stanford University Press Illustration: N Language: ENG Title: The Future......

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Contention In Context: Political Opportunities And The Emergence Of Protest

This book examines and criticizes recent research on social movements, in particular the strengths and limitations of political opportunity structures as a theoretical tool. Editor: Jasper, James M. Editor: Goodwin, Jeff Publisher: Stanford Unive......

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Gridlock: Labor, Migration, And Human Trafficking In Dubai - Pardis Mahdavi

Gridlock explores how migrant workers' actual experiences in Dubai contrast with the typical discussions-and global moral panic-about human trafficking. Author: Mahdavi, Pardis Publisher: Stanford University Press Illustration: Y Language: ENG Ti......

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The Eclipse Of Equality: Arguing America On meet The Press - Solon Simmons

To understand American politics, it is essential to understand our disparate political tendencies as they have played out in public debate. Uncovering how and why certain arguments have been persuasive over the last decades-as set forth on Meet th......

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Enhancing Campus Capacity For Leadership: An Examination Of Grassroots Leaders In Higher Education - , Jaime Lester

This book uncovers and makes visible grassroots leadership and change on college campuses. Author: Kezar, Adrianna Author: Lester, Jaime Publisher: Stanford University Press Illustration: Y Language: ENG Title: Enhancing Campus Capacity for Leade......

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Illicit Flirtations: Labor, Migration, And Sex Trafficking In Tokyo - Rhacel Parreñas

Working alongside migrant Filipina hostesses in Japan, Parreñas investigates the impact of being labeled as trafficked victims and explores what governments should do to improve the lives of global migrants. Author: Parreñas, Rhacel Publisher: St......

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Disquieting Gifts: Humanitarianism In New Delhi - Erica Bornstein

This book looks closely at those who do humanitarian work in New Delhi to consider why people engage in humanitarian work and to urge a rethinking of giving and belonging in a global context. Author: Bornstein, Erica Publisher: Stanford Universit......

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In Good Company: An Anatomy Of Corporate Social Responsibility - Dinah Rajak

In Good Company chronicles a transnational mining corporation's pursuit of corporate social responsibility, exploring what lies behind the movement's marriage of moral imperative and market discipline. Author: Rajak, Dinah Publisher: Stanford Uni......

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Global Citizenship And The University: Advancing Social Life And Relations In An Interdependent World - , Katalin Szelényi

This book examines faculty and students at four universities around the world to understand the diverse ways individuals experience and define citizenship in the age of globalization. Author: Rhoads, Robert Author: Szelényi, Katalin Publisher: St......

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Birth In The Age Of Aids: Women, Reproduction, And Hiv/aids In India - Cecilia Van Hollen

Birth in the Age of AIDS is a vivid and poignant portrayal of the experiences and struggles of HIV-positive women in India during pregnancy, birth, and motherhood at the beginning of the 21st century. Author: Van Hollen, Cecilia Publisher: Stanfo......

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An Atheism That Is Not Humanist Emerges In French Thought - Stefanos Geroulanos

This book seeks to explain the critiques of humanism and the "negative" philosophical anthropologies that dominated mid-century philosophy and traces the appearance of a new, non-humanist atheism in twentieth-century French thought. Author: Gerou......

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