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Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh and Juliano Fiori

claims of Eurocentrism in studies of and responses to migration? Juliano Fiori : To the extent that they emerge from immanent critiques of colonialism and liberal capitalism, I am sympathetic toward them. 1 Decentering (or provincializing) Europe is

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Tintin and Corto Maltese

The European Adventurer Meets the Colonial Other

Dani Filc

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The Tintin and Corto Maltese series are among the most famous European adventure comics. The adventure genre – both in novels and comics – is deeply related to nineteenth-century colonialism. This article compares the ways in which colonialism and the relationship to the colonial Other appear in Hergé's and Pratt's creations, focusing on Tintin and Corto Maltese's adventures in Africa and Latin America. The comparison between Tintin and Corto shows that although Hergé developed an ambivalent view of European colonialism, Eurocentrism is constant through all his work. Pratt's Corto, in contrast, shows a more critical, though ambiguous, view of colonialism, and a more egalitarian, though also ambivalent, conceptualisation of the colonial Other.

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Teaching internationalisation?

Surveying the lack of pedagogical and theoretical diversity in American International Relations

Christopher R. Cook

power to make their own rational choices based on free will. In Hobson’s (2012) examination of Eurocentrism in world politics, agency is often denied to the global south either inherently or contingently. Inherent means that those in the West are the

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Decolonial Approaches to Refugee Migration

Nof Nasser-Eddin and Nour Abu-Assab in Conversation

Nof Nasser-Eddin and Nour Abu-Assab

stakeholders associated with the North. That is true. And then the question reads: “What is your position with regard to such critiques of Northern bias or Eurocentrism in studies of migration and displacement?” Shall we start now? Nof Well, I

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Introduction

Recentering the South in Studies of Migration

Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh

Introduction In line with long-standing debates in diverse disciplines, over the past few years scholars have increasingly argued that redressing the Eurocentrism of migration studies requires a commitment to a “decentering of global North

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Enis Sulstarova

Eurocentrism, or the placing of European or Western civilization at the forefront of historical evolution, at least since the Renaissance; the notion that historical progress moves from religion toward secularism and science; and the idea of the nation as the

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Joel Modiri

intellectual practices by Eurocentrism and whiteness will not be resolved by seeking to establish an epistemological ‘convergence’ in terms of which Black political and cultural perspectives are granted the status of rigorous and legitimate knowledge only to

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Elena Kovalaschina

This article examines the ideals of G. N. Potanin and N. M. Iadrintsev, who were the architects of the federalist Siberian oblastnichestvo movement of the second half of the 19th nineteenth century and beginning of the 20th twentieth century. In their day, the work of the oblastniki on the cultural specificity of native Siberian peoples had a great influence on popular opinion, on the popularization of ethnological theory, and on the general social and political credo to reform policy towards these people. The oblastniki rejected both ethnocentrism and Eurocentrism in the comparison of various peoples. Their eventual acceptance of cultural relativism, the idea of equality of cultural values between peoples, and need for a civil understanding of human history were all closely linked to their political program of promoting regionalism. Their regionalist idea put forth the idea that every social and cultural unit had the right to an independent existence and to have control over their own development.

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Dis-orienting Western Knowledge

Coloniality, Curriculum and Crisis

Zeus Leonardo

reform has put a dent in Eurocentrism’s hold on the US curriculum. That welt has been noticed as its sentinels were awakened in order to defend their territory. Once thought to be something about re-indigenization of land, decolonization moves on to new

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SimonMary Aihiokhai, Lorina Buhr, David Moore, and William Jethro Mpofu

knowledge production Africans have been conquered, dominated and marginalised in Western regimes of thinking and knowledge production that find body and expression in Eurocentrism. Confronting Eurocentrism is not a new struggle amongst African scholars that