- Paul Gilroy “Fanon and Amery: Theory, Torture and the Prospect of Humanism”
- “Subject Scenes, Symbolic Exclusion, and Subalternity” Brian Carr
- Gareth Williams’ The Other Side of the Popular: Neoliberalism and Subalternity in Latin America, 2006
- Proposal for Affect and Subaltern Studies.
- “Fin-de-siècle-radicalism and the politics of Friendship”
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According to the reading I have done on Subaltern Studies, a linking can be made between Subalternity and Postcoloniality in that both intellectual journeys tend to tell and/or write history from below. Like the term “Postcolonial”, the significance of the … Continue reading