The Third World in Theory reading group (TWT) resumes its engagement with theoretical orientations towards the Third World within academia.
For the 2019-20 academic year, TWT will be discussing the topic ‘Decolonising – Then and Now’.
The Third World in Theory reading group is open to all. The group meets once every three weeks on Thursdays from 6pm – 8:30pm.
For more information, see the Law, Development and Conflict research group's website or join the Third World in Theory Reading Group.
To be confirmed.
- Uberoi, J.P.S. (2002). “The European Modernity: Science, Truth and Method.” New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
- A.K Ramanujan (1989). “Is there an Indian Way of thinking?” Contributions to Indian Sociology; 23; 41.
About the speaker
Radha D’Souza ‘s research interests include social theory and comparative philosophy.
She writes on law, development, colonialism, imperialism. She is author of ‘Whats Wrong With Rights? Social Movements, Law and Liberal Imaginations’ (2018) and ‘Interstate Disputes Over Krishna Waters: Law, Science and Imperialism’ (2006).