The (anti)colonial limits of solidarity: History, theory, practice

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In this chapter, Jared Holley questions Andrea Sangiovanni’s account of the role of solidarity in the late nineteenth-century French colonial context. He argues that it exhibits a ‘methodological nationalism’ such that solidarity is worked out as a response to and engagement with solely domestic issues, for example, the class conflict endemic to the Third Republic in which solidarism was born. Holley believes this is a mistake because it obscures how solidarity emerged in part as a response to and in engagement with a much more international, colonial context.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSolidarity
Subtitle of host publicationNature, Grounds, and Value
PublisherManchester University Press
Chapter3
Pages154-181
Number of pages28
ISBN (Electronic)9781526172693
ISBN (Print)9781526172679
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 9 Jan 2024

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NameCritical Powers
PublisherManchester University Press

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