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“The Internationalist Moment offers a detailed and much-needed study of interwar South Asian quests to transcend locality or the state, not simply physically but also intellectually and politically. ... [The] essays … compel us to refine our often simplistic understanding of ‘global’ or ‘transnational’ historiography.”
“This volume ... is an important corrective to South Asian histories that elide the international context and to international histories that underestimate the role of South Asia.”
“This is an innovative contribution to the emerging literature on global intellectual history ... [T]he essays … are important for the intrinsic value of the subjects they examine and for the methodological suggestion in favor of ‘intermediary’ intellectual history.”
An eponymous Volume about a two-decade-long period of diverse and criss-crossing internationalism, which the world experienced nearly a century ago as the first world war ended…This volume can help us understand what lines of thinking and action those dispossessed by this transition, as well as those thrilled by the opportunities it presents, could take.
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