Item description for Translation, Biopolitics, Colonial Difference (Traces) by Naoki Sakai...
The fourth book in the Traces series brings together an international group of authors to focus on the problems of translation at the crossroads between economics, ontology, and politics in the globalizing world today.
Naoki Sakai is a professor of comparative literature and Asian studies at Cornell University. Jon Solomon is an assistant professor in the Graduate Institute of Future Studies, Tamkang University, Taiwan. Other contributors include Serena Anderlini-DOnoforio, Jacques Bidet, Didier Bigo, Brian Holmes, Yoshihiko Ichida, Franois Laruelle, Takaaki Moriaki, Jean-Luc Nancy, Frdric Neyrat, Brett Neilson, Osamu Nishitani, Sathya Rao, and Hiroaki Yamada.
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Studio: Hong Kong University Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.1" Height: 1" Weight: 1.4 lbs.
Release Date May 30, 2006
Publisher Hong Kong University Press
ISBN 9622097731 ISBN13 9789622097735
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More About Naoki Sakai
Naoki Sakai is a professor of comparative literature and Asian studies at Cornell University.
Naoki Sakai currently resides in Ithaca. Naoki Sakai was born in 1946.