Time and the World: Interdisciplinary Studies in Cultural Transformations
Helge Jordheim, University of Oslo, Norway
Published in association with the interdisciplinary research program Cultural Transformations in the Age of Globalization (KULTRANS) at the University of Oslo.
Andrew Barry, University of Oxford
Richard Baumann, Indiana University
Costas Douzinas, Birkbeck, University of London
Thomas Hylland Eriksen, University of Oslo
Lynn Hunt, University of California Los Angeles
Fazal Rizvi, University of Melbourne
Hartmut Rosa, Jena University
Inger Johanne Sand, University of Oslo
Clifford Siskin, New York University
Stefan Willer, Center for Literary and Cultural Research Berlin
Time is moving faster; the world is getting smaller. Behind these popular slogans are actual cultural processes, on global and local scales, that require investigation. Time and the World draws on research in a wide range of fields, such as cultural history, anthropology, sociology, literary studies, sociolinguistics, and law, and sets out to discuss different cultures as sites of transformation in a global context. The series offers interdisciplinary analyses of cultural aspects of globalization in various historical and geographical contexts, across time and space.
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