New publication on “The world in Europe: crises and identities”

New CECS ebook published The world in Europe: crises and identities, edited by Sheila Khan, Vítor de Sousa and Rita Ribeiro.

According to the editors, “accepting the uninterrupted back and forth between Europe and the World, this book establishes a diversified relationship, a dynamic that now slides over the wave of financial decisions and economic behaviour, now leaves us confronted with words and the ground trampled and imagined by Europeans and their counterparts in their intra and intercontinental drifts. Minently attentive to the possibilities of a larger language, in the cadence of the problems treated in each of the texts – which are disciplinary independent entries of a dictionary under construction, such as languages ​​and scales, crises and waves, (e)political economies, unions and continents, wars and peace, states and patriotisms, leaps and expectations, landscapes and future -, the question about the strangeness of the presence between the World and Europe is rehearsed, plunging into the temporal wandering that is expected from an investigation without fixed and exclusively predetermined teleologies, vigilant of its logics relentless, competing with them, discovering them in the process of identifying and problematizing subjects, systems and agencies, correlations that provoke so many other questions”.

[Posted: 04-01-2021]