Wednesday and Thursday of this week you have the chance to win a copy of our Framing the Global volume. The book introduces readers to the project’s approach to global studies as well as the fellows who have been taking part in Framing the Global.
New York University’s Arjun Appadurai says, ‘This book should be read by every scholar of globalization. It demonstrates conclusively that the locality is not the shrinking other of the wave of globalization but rather its precondition, its theater and its co-productive other. Touching on such topics as affect, rights, materiality and rules, the essays in the volume bring globalization into the dynamic center of some of the most vital debates in the contemporary social sciences.’
To win your own copy, you need to follow Framing the Global on Twitter: @FramingGlobal. We’ll be giving two copies away on Wednesday and two copies away on Thursday.
Each day we’ll ask you to find some information on our website (and provide hints throughout the day) — you’ll then have 24 hours to tweet @FramingGlobal the right answer. Winners will be randomly drawn from among those with the right answer.
Framing the Global, and the other books in the Framing series, is published by Indiana University Press.
You can follow us on Twitter: @FramingGlobal.