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Author: Harry D. Harootunian
ISBN: 0972819673
Subcategory: Americas
Pages 136 pages
Publisher Prickly Paradigm Press; 1 edition (December 15, 2004)
Language English
Category: History
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Download PDF book format. Personal Name: Harootunian, Harry . 1929-. Publication, Distribution, et. Chicago. Prickly Paradigm, (c)2004. Physical Description: 123 p. ;, 18 cm.

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The Empire's New Clothes: Paradigm Lost, and Regained. History's Disquiet: Modernity, Cultural Practice and the Question of the Everyday Life, Columbia University Press, 2000. Harootunian, Harry, and Masao Miyoshi. Introduction: The ‘Afterlife’ of Area Studies. Harootunian, Durham, . and London: Duke University Press p. 1, 5-6, 8.

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Paradigm Lost, and Regained, Harry D. Harootunian is published by Prickly Paradigm Press. Empire and imperialism have returned with a vengeance-not as a set of ideas and practices to be exhumed by the historians, but as paradigms for living.

The book The Empire’s New Clothes: Paradigm Lost, and Regained, Harry D. Harry Harootunian turns his unrelenting gaze to signs of the new imperialism in the world-from the United States’ occupation of Iraq to other supposed terrorist enclaves around the globe.

Empire and imperialism have returned with a vengeance not as a set of ideas and practices to be exhumed by the historians, but as paradigms for living. Harry Harootunian turns his unrelenting gaze to signs of the new imperialism in the world from the United States occupation of Iraq to other supposed terrorist enclaves around the globe.

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The Empire's New Clothes: Paradigm Lost, and Regained. Harry Harootunian is professor of history and director of East Asian Studies at New York University. He is author of Toward Restoration and Things Seen and Unseen. He lives in New York City.

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The critical responses are by Lauren Berlant, James Chandler, Jean Comaroff, Arnold I. Davidson, Harry D. harootunian, Elizabeth Helsinger, Thomas C. Holt, Francoise Meltzer, Robert J. Richards, Lawrence Rothfield, Joel Snyder, Cass R. Sunstein, and William Wimsatt. Philosophy of Social Science, Miscellaneous in Philosophy of Social Science.

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Empire and imperialism have returned with a vengeance—not as a set of ideas and practices to be exhumed by the historians, but as paradigms for twenty-first-century living. Harry Harootunian turns his unrelenting gaze to signs of the new imperialism in the world—from the United States’ occupation of Iraq to other supposed terrorist enclaves around the globe.The arguments being made today for imperialism’s historical and contemporary value echo earlier rationales for modernization theory and its conception of “development” during the heyday of the Cold War. Harootunian decisively cuts through the layers to reveal that under the new clothes, it’s the same empire.