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Framing the Global: Entry Points for Research

by Hilary E. Kahn & Saskia Sassen Indiana University Press (May 22, 2014)

Framing the Global explores new and interdisciplinary approaches to the study of global issues. Essays are framed around the entry points or key concepts that have emerged in each contributor's engagement with...


Africa and France: Postcolonial Cultures, Migration, and Racism

by Dominic Thomas Indiana University Press (March 20, 2013)

Africa and France reveals how increased control over immigration has changed cultural and social production, especially in theatre, literature, film, and even museum construction. A hated of foreigners, accompanied...


Fast Money Schemes

by John Cox Indiana University Press (October 02, 2018)

In the late 1990s and early 2000s a wave of Ponzi schemes swept through Papua New Guinea, Australia, and the Solomon Islands. The most notorious scheme, U-Vistract, attracted many thousands of investors, enticing...


Paprika, Foie Gras, and Red Mud: The Politics of Materiality in the European Union

by Zsuzsa Gille Indiana University Press (February 01, 2016)

In this original and provocative study, Zsuzsa Gille examines three scandals that have shaken Hungary since it joined the European Union: the 2004 ban on paprika due to contamination, the 2008 boycott of Hungarian...


Global Heartland: Displaced Labor, Transnational Lives, and Local Placemaking

by Faranak Miraftab Indiana University Press (January 07, 2016)

Global Heartland is the account of diverse, dispossessed, and displaced people brought together in a former sundown town in Illinois. Recruited to work in the local meat-processing plant, African Americans,...


The Middle East and Brazil: Perspectives on the New Global South

by Paul Amar Indiana University Press (July 15, 2014)

Connections between Brazil and the Middle East have a long history, but the importance of these interactions has been heightened in recent years by the rise of Brazil as a champion of the global south, mass...