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Notes

  • 1. Kris Manjapra, ‘Introduction’ in Cosmopolitan Thought Zones: South Asia and the Global Circulation of Ideas ed. Sugata Bose, Kris Manjapra (Basingstoke, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), 15.
  • 2. Sugata Bose, ‘Different Universalisms, Colorful Cosmopolitanisms: The Global Imagination of the Colonized’ in Cosmopolitan Thought Zones, 98.
  • 3. Nico Slate, Colored Cosmopolitanism. The Shared Struggle for Freedom in the United States and India (Cambridge, MA, London: Harvard University Press, 2012).
  • 4. John Maynard, Fight for Liberty and Freedom: The Origins of Australian Aboriginal Activism (Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press, 2007).
  • 5. David Henry Anthony III, Max Yergan: Race Man, Internationalist, Cold Warrior (New York University Press, 2006), 115-118, 124-127.
  • 6. Student World, Postcard from Student World to Crisis, 31 January 1930. W. E. B. Du Bois Papers (MS 312). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.
  • 7. Antoinette Burton, Brown Over Black. Race and the Politics of Postcolonial Citation (Gurgaon: Three Essays Collective, 2012).
  • 8. Mrinalini Sinha, Specters of Mother India: The Global Restructuring of an Empire (Durham, NC: Duke University Press 2007), 167, 189, 191, 224.
  • 9. ‘Copy: The Society for the Promotion of Education and Culture. The Students of India’, Elkin Papers Series 32, Box 150, ‘India-Australia Association’, File 11/1, The University of Sydney Archives.
 
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