Decolonizing European Sociology: Transdisciplinary Approaches

Routledge, 13 may 2016 - 284 páginas
Decolonizing European Sociology builds on the work challenging the androcentric, colonial and ethnocentric perspectives eminent in mainstream European sociology by identifying and describing the processes at work in its current critical transformation. Divided into sections organized around themes like modernity, border epistemology, migration and 'the South', this book considers the self-definition and basic concepts of social sciences through an assessment of the new theoretical developments, such as postcolonial theory and subaltern studies, and whether they can be described as the decolonization of the discipline. With contributions from a truly international team of leading social scientists, this volume constitutes a unique and tightly focused exploration of the challenges presented by the decolonization of the discipline of sociology.

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Decolonizing European Sociology Different Paths towards
A Research Agenda
Provincialized Cosmopolitanisms
Decolonizing Postcolonial Rhetoric
A Sketch
Whats New?
Eurocentrism Sociology Secularity
Sexual Exceptionalism and the Moral Panic
Central Europe in
Integration as Colonial Pedagogy of Postcolonial Immigrants and People
Spanish Case
Decolonizing Beauty Studies
South of Every North
From the Postmodern to the Postcolonial and Beyond Both
Critical Geopolitics and the Decolonization of Area Studies

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Encarnación Gutiérrez Rodríguez is Professor of Sociology at Justus-Liebeg-University Giessen, Germany.

Manuela Boatcă is Professor of Sociology at Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg, Germany.

Sérgio Costa is Professor of Sociology at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.

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