• Politics, History, and Culture

  • Overview

    Sponsored by the International Institute at the University of Michigan and published by Duke University Press, Politics, History, and Culture is centered around cultural and historical studies of power and politics— field that crosscuts the disciplines of history, sociology,anthropology, political science, and cultural studies. Many volumes in this series focus on the state and interstate relations, and the political and social movements that address them. Our authors address the study of politics and the state with culturalist methods, and conversely treat signifying practices as an essential dimension of politics. The dialectic of politics, culture, and history figures prominently in all books selected for the interdisciplinary series.


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