Imperfect Solidarities

Imperfect Solidarities: Tagore, Gandhi, Du Bois and the Global Anglophone. Northwestern University Press, 2020. Available for purchase (cloth or paper) or online (open access).

Winner of the 2021 Louis I. Bredvold Prize

This book was published open access thanks to a 2019 Towards an Open Manuscript System (TOME) award.


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