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ESSAYS & ARTICLES
Mookerjea, S. (2019) “Renewable energy transition under multiple colonialisms: passive revolution, fascism redux and utopian praxes.” Cultural Studies, 33, 570-593, doi:10.1080/09502386.2019.1585464.
Mookerjea, S. (2018) “Accumulated Violence, or, the Wars of Exploitation: Notes toward a post-Western Marxism.” Mediations, 32.1, 95-114.
Mookerjea, S. (2013) ”Epilogue: Through the Utopian Forest of Time”. Canadian Journal of Sociology. Special Issue on Tar Sands Development in Northern Alberta. 38 (2) 2013: 233-254.
Mookerjea, S. (2012) ”Multiculturalism and Egalitarianism”. Canadian Journal of Ethnic Studies. Special Issue on the 40th Anniversary of Canadian Multiculturalism. Fall 2012.: 41-57.
Mookerjea, S. (2011) “Cosmopolitanism’s Other Utopia: The Humanities, Cultural Studies and the Time Bias of Communication”. Contours: The Journal of the Institute for Humanities, Simon Fraser University. Spring/Summer 2011. pp. 32-41. http://www.sfu.ca/humanities-institute/?p=581
Mookerjea, S. (2010) ”Subaltern Biopolitics in the Networks of the Commonwealth”, Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences. Vol. 2 No. 1 Special Issue on Globalization, Development and Education: Critical Perspectives. August, 2010.
Mookerjea, S. (2010) ”The Sangham Strategy: Lessons for a Cooperative Mode of Production”, Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action. Vol 1. No. 3. Special Issue on the New Cooperativism. 2010.
Mookerjea, S. (2009) “Hérouxville’s Afghanistan, or, Accumulated Violence”. Review of Education Pedagogy and Cultural Studies. Special Issue on Canadian Cultural Studies. Winter, 2009.*Mookerjea, S. (2007) ”Cultural Studies with Multitudes: Immanence and the Multicultural Commons”. Review of Education Pedagogy and Cultural Studies. Vol. 29. No. 2&3 (2007): 261-305.
Mookerjea, S. (2003) “Migrant Multitudes, Western Transcendence and the Politics of Creativity”. Journal for Cultural Research. Vol. 7, No.4 (2003): 405-432
Mookerjea, S. (2003) “Native Informant as Impossible Perspective: Information, Subalternist Deconstruction and Ethnographies of Globalization”. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology Vol. 40. No. 2 (May 2003): 125-51.
Mookerjea, S. (2019). “Intermedia Research Creation and Hydrapolitics: Counter-environments of the Commons.”. Loveless, N. (Ed.). Knowing and Knots: Studies in Research-Creation (pp. 66-80). Edmonton: University of Alberta Press.
Mookerjea, S. and M. Misra (2017) “Coal Power and the Sundarbans: Subaltern Resistance and Convergent Crises” in Against Colonization and Rural Dispossession: Local Resistance in South East Asia – Pacific and Africa. London: Zed Books, 2017.
Mookerjea, S. (2017) “Petrocultures in Passive Revolution, or, the Autonomous Domain of Treaty Poetics” Petrocultures: Oil, Energy and Culture. Edited by Sheena Wilson, Adam Carlson, and Imre Szeman. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 2017.
Mookerjea, S. (2015) “Multiculturalism and Egalitarianism”. Multiculturalism in Canada: Theories, Policies, Debates. Ed. L. Wong and S. Guo. Amsterdam: Sense, 2015.
Mookerjea, S. (2011) “On Learning How to Liberate the Common”. Critical Perspectives on Neoliberal Globalization, Development and Education in Africa and Asia. Ed. D. Kapoor. Sense Publishers:Rotterdam. 2011.
Mookerjea, S. (2010) “Autonomy and Video Mediation: Dalitbahujan Women’s Utopian Knowledge Production”. Indigenous Knowledges and learning: Perspectives on development, education, and culture. Eds. D. Kapoor & S. Jordan. Palgrave Macmillan. New York. 2010.
Mookerjea, S. (2009) “Dalitbahujan Women’s Video Experiments in Andhra Pradesh” in Globalization and Communicative Democracy, Ed. Kevin Howley, Sage Publications: London, 2009.