- Title Pages
- List of Figures
1The American Divergence, the Modern Western World and the Paradigmatisation of History
2The Limits of Recognition: History, Otherness and Autonomy
3On Being in Time: Modern African Elites and the Historical Challenge to Claims for Alternative and Multiple Modernities
4The Sublime Dignity of the Dictator: Republicanism and the Return of Dictatorship in Political Modernity 1
5The Luso-Brazilian Enlightenment: Between Reform and Revolution
6Inconsistencies between Social-democratic Discourses and Neo-liberal Institutional Development in Chile and South Africa: a Comparative Analysis of the Post-authoritarian Periods 1
7HIV/AIDS Policies and Modernity in Brazil and South Africa: a Comparative Critical Analysis
8Land and Restitution in Comparative Perspective: Analysing the Evidence of Right to Land for Black Rural Communities in Brazil and South Africa
9An Unsettled Past as a Political Resource
10Injustice at Both Ends: Pre- and Post-apartheid Literary Approaches to Injustice, Sentiment and Humanism in the Work of C. Louis Leipoldt, Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela and the Film Invictus
11The Student Movement in Chile 2011–12: Rearming the Critique of Capitalism
12Indignation and Claims for Economic Sovereignty in Europe and the Americas: Renewing the Project of Control over Production
- Notes on the Contributors
- African, American and European Trajectories of Modernity
- Peter Wagner
- Edinburgh University Press
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