Departing from classical approaches to the study of social inequalities between individuals and social classes within particular national settings, this series emphasises the production and reproduction of inequalities across borders, as well as the multiplicity of categories - whether ’race’, ’sex’ or ’nationality’ amongst others - according to which contemporary inequalities are shaped. Entangled Inequalities: Exploring Global Asymmetries constitutes a forum and a catalyst for discussing recent advancements in inequality research from a transnational, global and intersectional perspective, highlighting the fact that social inequalities are always the product of both global interpenetrations and of complex intersections between different social categorisations. The series therefore welcomes monographs and edited volumes across the social sciences that deal with inequalities from an ’entangled’ perspective - with an intersectional or a transnational focus, or both.
Ancestral Knowledges and Postcoloniality in Contemporary Ecuador Epistemic Struggles and Situated Cosmopolitanisms
Social Mobilization, Global Capitalism and Struggles over Food A Comparative Study of Social Movements
By Julia von Sigsfeld
November 04, 2022
In light of an unprecedented constitutional acknowledgement of diverse epistemologies and stipulation making the protection and advancement of so-called 'ancestral knowledges' a duty of the state, this research provides an analysis of the uptake of historically subalternized knowledges by the state...
By Luciane Scarato, Fernando Baldraia, Maya Manzi
April 29, 2022
Drawing on diverse theoretical perspectives on conviviality, this book considers the ways in which Latin America, a continent marked by deep inequalities, has managed to afford, create, sustain, and contest forms of living together with difference across time and space. Interdisciplinary in ...
By Fabio Santos
January 05, 2022
Interweaving rich ethnographic descriptions with an innovative theoretical approach, this book explores and unsettles conventional maps and understandings of Europe and the Americas. Through an examination of the recently inaugurated cross-border bridge between France’s overseas department of ...
By Sérgio Costa, Guilherme Leite Gonçalves
October 29, 2019
Through a study of the port district of Rio de Janeiro and its history, from its emergence as a major slave market to its modern-day incarnation as a hub of tourism, real estate and financial speculation, this book examines the different dimensions of the manner in which capitalism expands its ...
By Renata Motta
August 14, 2018
This book explores the transformation of Brazil and Argentina into two of the world’s largest producers of genetically modified (GM) crops. Systematically comparing their stories in order to explain their paths, differences, ruptures and changes, the author reveals that the emergence of the two ...
By Elizabeth Jelin, Renata Motta, Sérgio Costa
November 06, 2017
This book presents studies from across Latin America to take up the challenge of exploring the plurality of social inequalities from a global perspective. Accordingly, it identifies the structural forces of social inequalities on a world scale as they shape asymmetries observed in a wide array of ...
By María Fernanda Valdés Valencia
September 20, 2016
This book examines the role of tax policy in the incidence of socio-economic inequality. With a focus on Latin American, the author demonstrates that while inequality has decreased remarkably in the last decade – during the very period in which inequality was increasing almost everywhere else in ...
By Barbara Fritz, Lena Lavinas
October 13, 2015
Unlike other regions around the world, several Latin American countries have managed to reduce income inequality over the last decade. Higher growth rates and growing employment, but also innovative wage policies and social programs, have contributed to reducing poverty and narrow income ...