Alternative frames? Questions for comparative research in the third world
Inter-Asia Cultural Studies
Taylor & Francis
This paper is dedicated to the possibility of creating a critical space for ongoing conversations between intellectuals in different third-world locations. Prompted in part by my own journeys to the West Indies, these reflections will focus on the need for such conversations in our contemporary historical-political context, where the old boundaries are being erased and redrawn, and where the traversing of geographical distance has become, in a sense, both easier and more difficult depending on where one is going.
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Niranjana, T. (2000). Alternative frames? Questions for comparative research in the third world. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 1(1), 97-108. doi: 10.1080/146493700361024