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"'...David Li has assembled a group of leading scholars who articulate alternative visions of planetarism based on an ethics of relationality and reciprocity.... This volume is a much needed shot in the arm for humanists facing the new American empire.' - Aihwa Ong, University of California, Berkeley; 'Li vividly captures the academic take on the globalization mystique, and claims it for mainstream liberalism. Here, in a nutshell, is that mixture of subjectivity and literariness that forms the peculiar image of postcolonial theory as it wrestles with what are, in the end, economic and political processes. In capsule form the book presents what might be called, after Walter Benjamin, the last snapshot of the American academic intelligentsia.' - Timothy Brennan, University of Minnesota"
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David Leiwei Li is the Collins Professor of the Humanities in the English Department at the University of Oregon.
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