Further Reading

Further Readings:
A. Democracy
         Beginning Readings
B. Subalterns/Illiterate Rural Poor
        General Readings
        Gayatri Spivak on the Subaltern
              Spivak Readings for General Audiences 
              Spivak Technical Readings
      Other Authors on the Subaltern
C. Political Theory
A. Democracy 

Beginning Readings on Democracy (alphabetical order by author)

Agamben, Giorgio. “Introduction.” In Giorgio Agamben, Alain Badiou, Daniel Bensaid, Wendy Brown, Jean-Luc Nancy, Jacques Rancière, Kristin Ross, and Slavoj Žižek.  The Coming Community, translated by William McCuaig, 1-5. Theory Out of Bounds. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993. 

Allen, Danielle. “Equality andAmerican Democracy,” Foreign Affairs, 94.1 (2016): 23-28.
Allen, Danielle. Our Declaration: A Reading of the Declaration of Independence in Defence of Equality. New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation, a division of W. W. Norton & Company, 2015.

Alvarez, Sonia. Engendering Democracy in Brazil: women’s movements in transition politics. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1990.

Anderson, Benedict. Imagined Communities. London: Verso, 1991.

Armstrong, Jeannette. “An Okanagan Worldview of Society.” In Original Instructions: Indigenous Teachings for a Sustainable Future. 66-74. Rochester: Bear and Company, 2008.

Avritzer, Leonardo. Democracy and the Public Sphere in Latin America. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2002.

Barber, Benjamin. Strong Democracy: Participatory Politics for a New Age. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984.

Bogo, Ademar. “Las formas de la democracia interna dentro del movimiento de los Sin Tierra de Brasil (Entrevista).” Contrahistorias 14 (2010): 67-77. doi:10.1177/0094582X10384214.

Brown, Wendy. Undoing the Demos: Neoliberalism’s Stealth Revolution. Brooklyn: Zone Books, 2015.

Castronovo, Russ, and Dana Nelson. Materializing Democracy: Toward a Revitalized Cultural Politics. Durham: Duke University Press, 2001

Chatterjee, Partha. The Politics of the Governed: Reflections on Popular Politics in Most of the World. New York: Columbia University Press, 2004.

Colás, Santiago. “What’s Wrong with Representation? Testimonio and Democratic Culture.” In The Real Thing: Testimonial Discourse and Latin America, edited by Georg Gugelberger, 161-71. Durham: Duke University Press, 1996.

Conway, Janet, and Jakeet Singh, “Radical Democracy in Global Perspective: Notes from the Pluriverse.” Third World Quarterly 32, no. 4 (2011): 61-84. doi: 10.1080/01436597.2011.570029.

della Porta, Donatella. “Consensus in Movements.” In Democracy in Social Movements, edited Donatella della Porta, 73-99. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2009.

della Porta, Donatella and Rucht, Dieter. “Power and Democracy in Social Movements: an introduction.” In Meeting Democracy: Power and Deliberation in Global Justice Movements, edited 
Donatella della Porta, and Dieter Rucht, 1-22. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Democracia real YA! “Manifesto (English).” (15-M Indignados Movement, Spain)

Dias Martins, Monica. “Learning to Participate: the MST Experience in Brazil.” In Promised Land: Competing Visions of Agrarian Reform, edited by Peter Rosset, Raj Patel, and Michael Courville, 265-76. Oakland, CA: Food First Books, 2006.

Nunes, Rodrigo. “Nothing is What Democracy Looks like: Openness, Horizontalilty, and the Movement of Movements.” In Shut Them Down! The G8, Gleneagles 2005 and the Movement of Movements, edited by D. Harvie, K. Milburn, B. Trott, and D. Watts, 299-330. Brooklyn: Autonomedia, 2005.

Ober, Josiah. “The Original Meaning of ‘Democracy’: Capacity to Do Things, Not Majority Rule.” Constellations 15 (2008): 1-9. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8675.2008.00471.x.

Polletta, Francesca. Freedom is an Endless Meeting. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002.
Polletta, Francesca. “Participatory Democracy in the New Millenium.” Contemporary Sociology 42, no. 1 (2013): 40-50.

B. Subaltern (Other Democracies of the Illiterate Rural Poor)

General Readings:

Chaturvedi, Vinayak, Mapping Subaltern Studies and the Postcolonial, Verso, 2000.
Cherniavsky, Eve, “Subaltern Studies in a United States Frame,” boundary 2, 23.2 (1996): 85-110.
Cooper, Frederick, “Conflict and Connection: Rethinking African History,” American Historical Review, 99.5 (1994): 1516-45.
Guha, Ranajit, A Subaltern Studies Reader: 1986-1995, Univ. Minnesota Press, 1997.
Guha, Ranajit and Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, ed., Selected Subaltern Studies, Oxford Univ. Pr., 1988.
Kapoor, Ilan, “Hyper-self-reflexive Development? Spivak on Representing the Third World ‘Other’,” Third World Quarterly, 25.4 (2004): 627-47.
Latin American Subaltern Studies Group, “Founding Statement,” boundary 2, 20.3 (1993): 110-21.
Pandey, Gyanendra, ed., Subaltern Citizens and their Histories: Investigations from India and the U.S., Routledge, 2010. JQ220 M5 S83 2010
Parker, Joe, "Democracies from Below: Subaltern Equality in Practice," Democracy Beyond the State: Practicing Equality, Routledge Innovations in Political Theory, New York: Routledge, 2017, 124-59. 
Poitevin, Guy, The Voice and the Will: Subaltern Agency, 2002.
Rodriguez, Ileana, ed., The Latin American Subaltern Studies Reader, Duke Univ. Pr., 2001.
Verdisio, Gustavo, “Latin American Subaltern Studies Revisited,” Dispositio/n, 25 (2005): 5-42.
Winant, Howard, “Gayatri Spivak on the Politics of the Subaltern,” Socialist Review 20.3 (1990): 81-97.

Gayatri Spivak on the Subaltern:

A.      Spivak Articles for general audiences:
“In Response,” Can the Subaltern Speak: Reflections on the History of an Idea, New York: Columbia Univ. Pr., 2010, 227-36.
"Looking Back, Looking Forward," in R. Morris, ed. Can the Subaltern Speak: Reflections on the History of an Idea (2010)
“Not Really a Properly Intellectual Response,”  in Conversations with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, 87-135.
“Not Virgin Enough to Say that (S)he Occupies the Place of the Other,” Outside in the Teaching Machine, 173-78.
“Resistance that Cannot be Recognized as Such,” in Conversations with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, 57-86.
“Subaltern Talk” interview 1996 (in The Spivak Reader), 287-308.
B.      Spivak Technical articles:
“Can Subaltern Speak?” (first given as 1983 talk without reference to Bhaduri; pub. in Wedge; then revised version pub. In Carey & Nelson, ed., Marxsm and the Interpretation of Culture—Carey & Nelson vol. version became standard; revised again in Critique of Postcolonial Reason) (repr. in Can the Subaltern Speak: The History of an Idea)
“Ethics and Politics in Tagore, Coetzee, and Certain Scenes of Teaching,” diacritics, 32.2-4 (fall-winter 2002): 17-31.
“Subaltern Studies: Deconstructing Historiography” (in The Spivak Reader).
Critique of Postcolonial Reason, 1999: Revised “Can Subaltern Speak” found in “History” chapter, esp. 269-311 (repr. in Can the Subaltern Speak: The History of an Idea)
"Scattered Speculations on the Subaltern and the Popular," _Postcolonial Studies_ (2005 (1987))
“Response to Schmitt and Poststructuralism,” Cardozo Law Review, 2001.
Death of a Discipline, Columbia Univ. Pr., 2003.
“The Politics of Translation”, Outside in theTeaching Machine, 179-200 (orig. 1992).
“Righting Wrongs” (repr. In Other Asias, 2008), esp. 43-57.
“Responsibility – 1992: Testing Theory in the Plains” (repr. In Other Asias, 2008), esp. 88-96.
"Discussion: An Afterword on the New Subaltern," in Partha Chatterjee and Pradeep Jeganathan, eds., Community, Gender, and Violence: Subaltern Studies XI (2000)

Other Authors on the Subaltern:

Devi, Mahasweta, Chotti Munda and His Arrow, Trans. and Intro., Gayatri Chakravorti Spivak, Blackwell, 2003 (1980).
---.“Draupadi by Mahasveta Devi,” Trans. and Foreword, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Critical Inquiry, 8.2 (1981): 381-402.
 ---.“The Hunt,” and “Pterodactyl,”  in Imaginary Maps; s.a. Spivak preface and interviews.
---. “Stanyadini.”  (trans. Spivak, “A Literary Representation of the Subaltern: A Woman’s Text from the Third World,” in Spivak, In Other Worlds, p. 241-6)
Djebar, Assia, Fantasia: An Algerian Cavalcade, Heinemann, 1993 (1985).
---. Far from Medina, Quartet, 1994.
Rosalind Morris, ed., Can the Subaltern Speak: The History of an Idea (essay collection).
Stephen Morton, “Subaltern Studies,” Gayatri Spivak, 95-123.
Mark Sanders, “Translating Devi,” Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak: Live Theory, 38-48.