La nación en tiempo heterogéneo
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La nación en tiempo heterogéneo

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Puede haber dos escenarios mas diferentes que las ciudades de Nueva York o de Londres y la ciudad de Calcuta? En este polemico libro sobre las relaciones posibles entre las elites y las periferias del mundo globalizado Partha Chatterjee cuestiona muchas de las categorias de la ciencia politica: las ideas de nacion, sociedad civil y ciudadania, entre otras, hoy resultan ana...more
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Partha Chatterjee is a Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University; he also teaches and was a former director at the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, founded the Subaltern Studies Collective, and is a poet and a playwright.
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