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Critiques of Eurocentrism Bibliography

Critiques of Eurocentrism Bibliography
by Rajiv Malhotra

“The Colonizer’s Model of the World: Geographical Diffusionism and Eurocentric History,” by J.M. Blaut The Guilford Press, New York, NY. 1993.

“The Invention of the Americas: Eclipse of “the Other” and the Myth of Modernit,” by Enrique Dussel. Translated by Michael D. Barber. The Continuum Publishing Company, New York, NY. 1995.

“The Language of Paradise,” by Maurice Olender. Harvard University Press.

“Oriental Enlightenment,” by J.J. Clarke. Routledge, London and New York, 1997.

“Provincializing Europe,” by Dipesh Chakrabarty.

“Late Victorian Holocausts,” by Mike Davis. Verso. 2001.

“Unthinking Eurocentrism: Multiculturalism and the Media,” by Ella Shohat and Robert Stam. Routledge. 1994.

“Eight Eurocentric Historians,” by J. M. Blaut. The Guilford Press. 2000.

“White Mythologies: Writing History and the West,” by Robert Young. Routledge, London, England. 1990.

“Imagining India,” by Ronald Inden. Indiana University Press. 2000.

“Liberalism and Empire: A Study in Nineteenth-Century British Liberal Thought,” by Uday Singh Mehta. The University of Chicago Press. 1999.

“The Shape of Ancient Thought: Comparative Studies in Greek and Indian Philosophies,” by Thomas McEvilley. Allworth Press. New York. 2002.

“Masks of Conquest,” by Gauri Viswanathan. Oxford University Press. New Delhi. 1998.

“Dowry Deaths,” by Veena Talwar Oldenburg. Oxford University Press. 2002.

“Dislocating Cultures: Identities, Traditions, and Third World Feminism,” by Uma Narayan.. Routledge Publishing. 1997.

“Southernization,” by Lynda Shaffer. Journal of World History 5 (1994):1-21.

“Colonial Indology,” by Dilip Chakrabarti. Munshiram Manoharlal. 1997.

“Castes of Mind,” by Nicholas Dirks. Princeton University Press. 2001.

“Culture and Imperialism,” by Edward W. Said. Vintage Books – A Division of Random House, Inc., New York, NY. 1993.

“Representing the Colonized: Anthropology’s Interlocutors,” by Edward W. Said. Critical Inquiry, Volume15 Winter 1989.

“Orientalism,” by Edward Said. Vintage Books, a division of Random House, New York, 1979.

“Lies My Teacher Told Me,” by James W. Loewen. New Press. 1995.

“Culture & Power,” by David Swartz. University of Chicago Press. 1997.

“Orientalism and Religion,” by Richard King. Routledge. 1999.

“Before European Hegemony – The World System A.D. 1250-1350,” by Janet L. Abu-Lughod. Oxford University Press, New York.

“The Myth of Christian Uniqueness: Towards a Pluralistic Theology of Religions,” Edited by John Hick and Paul K. Knitter. Orbis Books, Maryknoll, New York.

“Breaking With The Enlightenment,” by Rajani Kannepalli Kanth. Humanities Press, New Jersey 1997.

“Beyond Vanishing Woods,” by Deep Narayan Pande. India. 1996.

“Disciples of Destruction,” by Charles W. Sutherland. Prometheus Books, Buffalo, New York, 1987.

“Machines as the Measure of Men,” by Michael Adas. Cornell University Press. 1989.

“Gender, Slavery and Law in Colonial India,” by Indrani Chatterjee. Copyright Oxford University Press. 1999.

“Impressing the Whites: The New International Slavery,” by Richard Crasta. Invisible Man Books. India.

“Poverty From the Wealth of Nations: Integration and Polarization in the Global Economy since 1760,” by M. Shahid Alam Palgrave Publishers Ltd., Hampshire, Great Britain, 2000.

“Skin Trade,” by Ann duCille. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts 1996.

“The Dark Side of Christian History,” by Helen Ellerbe. Morningstar and Lark. Orlando. 1995.

“Mis-Education of the Negro,” by Carter G. Woodson. Africa World Press. Trenton. 1998.

“Blacks in Antiquity,” by Frank M. Snowden. Harvard University Press. 1970.

“Racial Economy of Science,” edited by Sandra Harding. Indiana University Press. 1993.

“Pedagogy of the Oppressed,” by Paulo Freire. Continuum. New York. 2001.

“Towards a Global Science,” by Susantha Goonatilake. Indiana University Press. 1998.

“Wretched of the Earth,” by Frantz Fanon. Grove Press. 1963.

“Is Science Multicultural?” by Sandra Harding. Indiana University Press. 1998.

“Asia in the Making of Europe. Volume III,” by Donald Lach and Edwin Van Kley. University of Chicago Press. 1993.

“ReOrient: Global Economy in the Asian Age,” by Andre Gunder Frank. University of California Press. 1998.

“Culture, Ideology, Hegemony,” by K. N. Pannikar. Anthem Press. London. 1995.