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Dhawan, Nikita

Negotiating Normativity

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Table of contents

1. Normative Legitimacy and Normative Dilemmas: Postcolonial Interventions
Nikita Dhawan, Elisabeth Fink, Johanna Leinius, Rirhandu Mageza-Barthel

Part I. Appropriating Transnational Norms

2. Can the Subaltern Speak within International Law? Women’s Rights Activism, International Legal Institutions and the Power of ‘Strategic Misunderstanding’
Kiran Grewal

3. Cultural Brokers in Post-colonial Migration Regimes
Sara Jong

4. Indigenising Democracy? Renegotiating the Role of Indigenous Political Authorities in Ghana’s Constitution Review
Joshua Kwesi Aikins

5. Civil Society as a Postcolonial Project: Challenging Normative Notions in Post-conflict Sub-Saharan Africa
Simone Datzberger

6. Undoing Subalternity? Anarchist Anthropology and the Dialectics of Participation and Autonomy
Philipp Zehmisch

Part II. Postcolonial-Queer-Feminist Appropriations and Contestations

7. The Re-colonization of South Asian Women’s Bodies: Normalizing Off-Label Experiments in the Pharmaceuticalization of Homebirths
Fouzieyha Towghi

8. Motherhood, Mining and Modernity in the Peruvian Highlands from Corporate Development to Social Mobilization
Kyra Grieco

9. Women’s Rights in the Aftermath of Tunisia’s Revolution: New Options and Constraints for Women’s Activism in Processes of Transition
Tanja Scheiterbauer

10. Contested Universal R/rights: The New Family Code in Mali
Lucia Artner, Gavaza Maluleke

11. “Cruelty Is Uncivilized”: Consent, BDSM, and Legal Regulation of the Civil(ized) Subject
Jordana Greenblatt

Part III. Transformations of Development Politics

12. Negotiating ‘Development’: Constitution, Appropriation and Contestation
Aram Ziai

13. Political Economy, Subjectivity and Agency: A Materialistic Governmentality Study of Microfinances
Dana Lüddemann

14. Normative Conflicts in Bangladesh: Nature/Forest Conservation, Corporate Interests and the Politics of Co-management
Mohammad Tanzimuddin Khan

15. “We Want You to Ask Us First”: Development, International Aid and the Politics of Indebtedness
Jini Kim Watson

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, International Relations, Political Theory, Comparative Politics, Political Philosophy

Editor
 
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319309842
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-30983-5

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