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Arif Dirlik – The Rise of China and the End of the World As...

On February 27, 2016, longstanding boundary 2 board member Arif Dirlik gave his final lecture at the University of British Columbia. The talk, The Rise...

Arif Dirlik's classic essay on 'diversity in China'

"I take up in what follows the general theme of the dimensions of diversity in Chinese society; more specifically, how to analyze difference in...

Arif Dirlik writes on the University and Global Modernity

Transnationalization and the University: The Perspective of Global Modernity -- volume 39, no. 3.

Born in Translation: "China" in the Making of "Zhongguo"

Born in Translation: "China" in the Making of "Zhongguo" An essay by Arif Dirlik “The unwillingness to confront tough questions about history and heritage...

Twin Offspring of Empire, Neoliberalism and Neotraditionalism: Thoughts on Susan Buck-Morss, “Democracy: An Unfinished...

a response by Arif Dirlik ~ Susan Buck-Morss’ essay, “Democracy: An Unfinished Project,”1 provides occasion for reflecting on a challenge that faces contemporary radical criticism in...

The Mouse That Roared: The Democratic Movement in Hong Kong

an essay by Arif Dirlik ~ In 1997, the British government handed Hong Kong over to the People’s Republic of China(PRC) after 150 years of colonial...

Crisis and Criticism: The Predicament of Global Modernity

a lecture presented at the University of Pittsburgh on September 10th, 2014 by Arif Dirlik ~ I will make a case in this discussion* for closer attention...

June Fourth at 25: Forget Tiananmen, You Don’t Want to Hurt the Chinese People’s...

by Arif Dirlik ~ Twenty-five years ago, in the early hours of June 4, the people’s government in Beijing turned its guns on the people of...

Summer 2014: Volume 41, Number 2

In Memoriam of Stuart McPhail Hall Each crisis provides an opportunity to shift the direction of popular thinking instead of simply mirroring the right's populist...

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Critique and Cosmos: After Masao Miyoshi boundary 2 is a Duke University Press Journal. Harry Harootunian / As We Saw Him: Masao Miyoshi and the Vocation...