The violence of development: two political imaginaries
J.K. Gibson-Graham explores two responses to the violence of development - the politics of empire and the politics of place. Drawing on the well-known book Empire by Hardt and Negri, the experience of the SID project on Women and the Politics of Place, and a slum dwellers' initiative in India, she attempts to open up alternatives to the dominance of capital and affirm a new political space.
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|Source:||Development: The Journal of the Society for International Development|
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