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Southern worlds, globes, and spheres
Sarah Comyn
Porscha Fermanis

epistemological resistance to northern objectification and its lived, sensory experience of ‘southern affinity’ or ‘mutual recognition’ – the south in the world – as Boehmer suggests in her concluding chapter in this collection. Allowing for these perspectives and for the varying critical views of settler colonial, decolonial, postcolonial, and Indigenous studies is not an either/or proposition, but rather the necessary result of bringing together or collocating chapters that cover a wide geographical space and that require us to look across cultures, peoples, and places

in Worlding the south
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Settler emigration, the voyage out, and shipboard literary production
Fariha Shaikh

order’. 55 If it is a location at all, then it is a ‘location where new visions of the future are emerging and where the global political and decolonial society is at work’. 56 Michelle Tusan has already written of the difficulties of ‘reading British colonial periodicals against the grain’, ‘given the inaccessibility of source material and the difficulty of uncovering the views of indigenous peoples due to the mediating influence of print and the colonial archive’. 57 As this chapter has shown, however, reading against the grain allows us to hold shipboard

in Worlding the south
Literary appreciation, comparatism, and universalism in the Straits Chinese Magazine
Porscha Fermanis

Chinese difference, to taxonomise and transcode Chinese customs and creative expressions within well-established European comparatist frameworks, and to produce an ‘equivalence of judgement’ from which to assess their own culture. 76 For all these reasons, the magazine is conventionally read as an apology for both British and Chinese imperialism, occupying an ‘awkward place in the historiography of the decolonial order’, and inhabiting the uneasy space of bourgeois politics and writing in English in a moment of emerging Malay anticolonial nationalism. 77 As Neil Khor

in Worlding the south
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A provisional taxonomy
Caroline Bassett

. 2019 . ‘ Histories of Violence: Thinking Art in a Decolonial Way ’, interview with Lewis R. Gordon, Los Angeles Review of Books (June) . Fazi , M. Beatrice . 2018 . Contingent Computation: Abstraction, Experience, and Indeterminacy in Computational Aesthetics . London : Rowman & Littlefield International . Foucault , Michel . 1972 . The Archaeology of Knowledge . London

in Anti-computing
The failure and success of a Swedish film diversity initiative
Mara Lee Gerdén

, H. (2016). ‘Precarious diversity:  Representation and demography’, in M. Curtin and K, Sanson (eds), Precarious Creativity, Global Media, Local Labor. Oakland: University of California Press, pp. 241–​53. Gutiérrez-​Rodríguez, E. (2010). Migration, Domestic Work and Affect: A Decolonial Approach on Value and the Feminisation of Labour. New York: Routledge. Hjern, A., F. Lindblad and B. Vinnerljung (2002). ‘Suicide, psychiatric illness, and social maladjustment in intercountry adoptees in Sweden: A cohort study’, The Lancet, 360:9331, pp. 443–​8. Hochschild, A. R

in The power of vulnerability