Sarah Joseph critically analyzes various contemporary social and political theories including communitarian models of culture, Marx's views of culture and ideology, colonial discourse theory, and theories of modernity. She draws on the experience and political concerns of Third World societies like India in examining the relationship between culture and power while also exploring the political implications of communitarian interventions.
Culture and Community
The Curse of Modernity?
|The Indigenous Social Science Debate|
Liberals, Communitarians and the Protection of Cultural Diversity
Indian Communitarians and the Politics of Difference