- Title Pages
- 1 The Cosmopolitanism of the Poor
- 2 George Orwell, Cosmopolitanism, and Global Justice
- 3 Cosmopolitanism Goes to Class
- 4 Utonal Life
- 5 Cosmopolitanism and the Problem of Solidarity
- 6 Afropolitanism
- 7 Cosmopolitan Exchanges
- 8 The Cosmopolitan Experience and Its Uses
- 9 Cosmopolitanism and the Claims of Religious Identity
- 10 The Cosmopolitan Idea and National Sovereignty
- 11 Spectral Sovereignty, Vernacular Cosmopolitans, and Cosmopolitan Memories
- 12 Cosmopolitan Prejudice
- 13 A Stoic Critique of Cosmopolitanism
- 14 A Cosmopolitanism of Connections
- 15 The Pitfalls and Promises of Afropolitanism
- 16 City of Youth and Mellow Elusiveness
- 17 The Cosmopolitanisms of Citizenship
- 18 Afropolitan Style and Unusable Global Spaces
- 19 Other Cosmopolitans
- About the Contributors
Scenes of Colonial and Postcolonial Reading
- (p.108) 7 Cosmopolitan Exchanges
- NYU Press
Class, as well as culture, can characterize cosmopolitan solidarity, as Elleke Boehmer’s discussion of the virtual cosmopolitanism experienced by colonial and postcolonial readerships in India suggests.
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