Personal Experiences and Historical Perspectives
Christian Olaf Christiansen is an Associate Professor at Aarhus University, Denmark. Melanie Lindbjerg Machado-Guichon is a PhD Fellow at Aarhus University, Denmark. Sofia Mercader is a Postdoctoral Researcher at Aarhus University, Denmark. Oliver Bugge Hunt is a PhD Fellow at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark Priyanka Jha teaches at Banaras Hindu University, India.
1. Introduction; Christian Olaf Christiansen, Oliver Bugge Hunt, Melanie Lindbjerg Machado-Guichon, Sofia Mercader Priyanka Jha Part I. Deep Roots: Legacies of Imperialism and Colonialism 2. Global Equality and Inequality: Notes for a New History; Siep Sturrman3. Poverty and Ideology: Historic Pathways to Global Inequality; Julia McClure4. Anti-Imperalism and Global Inequality; Go ran Therborn5. The Colonial Matrix of Power as a Wakeup Call; Walter Mignolo6. From Third World to First, and Back Again: Colonial Logics and Global Inequality; Kho Tung-Yi Part II. Unequal Entanglements: A Capitalist World System 7. Global Finance and Global Inequality: An Analysis Built on Global Measurement; James K. Galbraith8. How the Global Movement of Money and People Turns the World Upside Down; Alastair Greig9. The Need to Centre Imperialism in Our Study of Global Inequality; Ingrid Kvangraven10. Global Inequality and the Crisis of Neoliberal Capitalism; Gilbert Achcar11. The Unequal Effects of Climate Change; Patrick Bond Part III. The Inertia of Hierarchies: Class, Caste, Race and Gender 12. Reflecting on Global Inequality through my Experience of Inequality in India; Krishnas Swamy13. Writing about Poverty and Caste as a Novelist and Cultural Critic; Subramanian Shankar14. From the Personal to the Global; Arabo Ewinyu15. Global Solidarities against Global Inequality; Manushi Yami Bhattarai Part IV. Thinking Beyond Economics: The Politics of Inequalities 16. From Chile to New York: Inequality, Corruption and Ogliarchic Domination; Camila Vergara17. Thinking about Global Inequality: From Buenos Aires to Belgrade; Agusti n Cosovschi18. Making the Familiar Strange: Anthropological Reflections on Global Inequality; Tania Li19. Mauritius in an Unequal World; Sheila Bunwaree.