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These essays bring together comparative material from experiences as diverse as Tanzania, Nigerian, India, South Africa, and the US. They have the merit of illuminating vital tensions in a period of transition and contention: on the one hand, between individual freedom and culture freedom, and on the other between freedom and justice. By placing each in this worldly context, they analyze the politics of culture talk and race talk.
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Mahmood Mamdani currently holds a professorship at Columbia University. He is the author of several books, including the award-winning Citizen and Subject.
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