Sprzężenia krytyczne: antropologia, postsocjalizm, postkolonialność. Słowo wstępne

Marcin Lubaś

Abstrakt

Introduction: Critical Connections – Anthropology, Postsocialism, Postcoloniality

This text is an introduction to the collection of essays that address the relationship between the discipline of Anthropology, Postsocialism Studies, and the Postcolonial Thought and Scholarship. The article outlines the history of anthropological research on Postsocialism and marks the spheres of mutual influence and possible collaboration between Postcolonial Critique and the Anthropology
of Postsocialism and Post-communism. It poses the question regarding the validity of time-space categorizations that frame social scientific research and theorizing about the Central and East-Southern Europe. 
Słowa kluczowe: postsocialism, postcoloniality, post-communism, East-Southern Europe
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