This book explores collective learning in the Gandhian repertoire's transnational diffusion from the Indian independence movement to the American civil rights movement. Instead of focusing primarily on interpersonal linkages or causal mechanisms, it highlights how decades of translation and experimentation by various actors enabled full implementation. It also shows that transnational diffusion was not a linear and predictable process, but underwent numerous twists and turns. It is relevant for contemporary scholars as well as activists.7a11; Bhikhu Parekh, Gandhi: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997), ch. 4. ... Ashis Nandy, Traditions, Tyranny and Utopias: Essays in the Politics of Awareness (Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1987), 127a 162. 18.
|Title||:||Transnational Roots of the Civil Rights Movement|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2012|