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  • The Disappearing Mestizo
    The Disappearing Mestizo • Joanne Rappaport
    "The Disappearing Mestizo is a compelling work with important implications for colonial race studies." — Nancy E. van Deusen, Between the Sacred and the Worldly: The Institutional and Cultural Practice of Recogimiento in Colonial Lima
  • The Structure of World History
    The Structure of World History • Kojin Karatani
    "Kojin Karatani is one of the most creative and important thinkers of the early twenty-first century." — David Graeber, author of The Democracy Project: A History, a Crisis, a Movement
  • Equaliberty
    Equaliberty • Étienne Balibar
    "Equaliberty is a major book that displays Balibar's exemplary combination of erudition and clear, accessible argument." — Michael Hardt, coauthor of the books Declaration, Commonwealth, Multitude, and Empire