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Globalization and Autonomy Project

Information about the Globalization and Autonomy Project

Globalization and Autonomy Project


Funding source(s): SSHRC Major Collaborative Research Initiative
Description: Led by IGHC Founding Director, William D. Coleman, this 5-year project involved 13 Canadian universities and 16 international organizations including experts from China, Taiwan, Tunisia, Europe and the United States. Eighteen IGHC/McMaster researchers from the Faculties of Humanities and Social Sciences joined a group of 56 scholars in bringing expertise to the project.
Global Ordering: Institutions and Autonomy in a Changing World (Pauly and Coleman, 2008)
Renegotiating Community: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Global Contexts (Brydon and Coleman, 2008)
Empires and Autonomy: Moments in the History of Globalization (Streeter, Weaver and Coleman, 2009)
Unsettled Legitimacy: Political Community, Power, and Authority in a Global Era (Bernstein and Coleman, 2009)
Cultural Autonomy: Frictions and Connections (Rethmann, Szeman and Coleman, 2010)
Deux Méditerranées: Les voies de la mondialisation et de l’autonomie (Essid and Coleman, 2010)  / Two Mediterraneans (Essid and Coleman, 2012; trans. Käthe Roth)
Indigenous Peoples and Autonomy: Insights for a Global Age (Blaser, de Costa, McGregor and Coleman, 2010)
Property, Territory, Globalization: Struggles over Autonomy in a Global Age (Coleman 2011)
• Globalization and Autonomy: Conversing across Disciplines (Brydon, Coleman and Pauly, forthcoming)
Globalization and Autonomy Online Compendium (Coleman, Rockwell and Johnson)

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