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Book chapter

Whose cosmopolitanism?: Genealogies of cosmopolitanism

P. 29-30.

The question ‘whose cosmopolitanism?’ is also a question about the complex genealogies and dynamics of cosmopolitan discourses and practices. It is imperative to broaden the field of theoretical enquiry and examine the origins of modern discourses of cosmopolitanism in conjunction with the origins of capitalism. I believe that current theoretical work on cosmopolitanism largely brackets off this contradictory genealogy. 

In book

Schiller N. G., Irving A. Berghahn Books, 2015.