Global Social Theory
Global Social Theory is a large wiki-like project by Gurminder K Bhambra. Its central aim is decolonising and diversifying universities, production of knowledge, and social though in general.
It represents a large online library divided into three parts: concepts, thinkers, and topics in/of social theory and decolonial thought. Every part comprises of short, introductory articles on an according theme. It may be helpful to give you a general overview (and a list of basic readings) on the most essential areas of social theory: caste, class, and race; civil society; racism; secularism; feminism and many others.
Comment from our editors:
Although the focus of the project doesn't lie explicitly in economic theory, it provides a great opportunity for economics students to enrich their understanding of society, culture, state, and consequentially economics. It is also a great way for students of Western universities to gain a multicultural, global perspective into these topics, and widen their understanding of modern knowledge production.
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This project is brought to you by the Network for Pluralist Economics (Netzwerk Plurale Ökonomik e.V.). It is committed to diversity and independence and is dependent on donations from people like you. Regular or one-off donations would be greatly appreciated.