Book Chapter — Terence Hopkins and the Decolonization of World-Historical Studies — by Ravi Arvind Palat
Ravi Palat reminds his readers, by specifying examples from the questions raised by Terence K. Hopkins about his doctoral studies, that objectively contradictory conditions of academic life amid a broader global context and the opportunities they may present cannot automatically result in an Hopkinsian agenda without the minute everyday dynamics of mentoring, methodological guidance, and movement inspiration that characterized Hopkins’s pedagogy and the alternative program of graduate study in sociology he built in Binghamton.
Palat, Ravi Arvind. 2017. “Terence Hopkins and the Decolonization of World-Historical Studies.” Pp. 25-31 in Mentoring, Methods, and Movements: Colloquium in Honor of Terence K. Hopkins by His Former Students and the Fernand Braudel Center for the Study of Economies, Historical Systems, and Civilizations. Edited by Immanuel Wallerstein and Mohammad H. Tamdgidi. Twentieth Anniversary Second Edition. Belmont, MA: Ahead Publishing House (imprint: Okcir Pres).
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