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Contents Introduction. The Imperial University: Race, War, and the Nation-State Piya Chatterjee and Sunaina Maira I. Imperial Cartographies 1. New Empire, Same University? Education in the American Tropics after 1898 Victor Bascara 2. Militarizing Education: The Intelligence Community's Spy Camps Roberto J. Gonzalez 3. Challenging Complicity: The Neoliberal University and the Prison-Industrial Complex Julia C. Oparah II. Academic Containment 4. Neoliberalism, Militarization, and the Price of Dissent: Policing Protest at the University of California Farah Godrej 5. Faculty Governance at the University of Southern California Laura Pulido 6. The BDS Movement and Violations of Academic Freedom at Wayne State University Thomas Abowd 7. Decolonizing Chicano Studies in the Shadows of the University's "Heteropatriracial" Order Ana Clarissa Rojas Durazo III. Manifest Knowledges 8. Normatizing State Power: Uncritical Ethical Praxis and Zionism Steven Salaita 9. Nobody Mean More: Black Feminist Pedagogy and Solidarity Alexis Pauline Gumbs 10. Teaching outside Liberal-Imperial Discourse: A Critical Dialogue about Antiracist Feminisms Sylvanna Falcon, Sharmila Lodhia, Molly Talcott, and Dana Collins 11. Citation and Censure: Pinkwashing and the Sexual Politics of Talking about Israel Jasbir Puar IV. Heresies and Freedoms 12. Within and Against the Imperial University: Reflections on Crossing the Line Nicholas De Genova 13. Teaching by Candlelight Vijay Prashad 14. UCOP versus R. Dominguez -The FBI Interview: A One-Act Play a la Jean Genet Ricardo Dominguez Acknowledgments Contributors Index
Piya Chatterjee is Backstrand Chair and professor of feminist, gender, and sexuality studies at Scripps College. She is the author of A Time for Tea: Women, Labor, and Post/Colonial Politics on an Indian Plantation and coeditor of States of Trauma: Gender and Violence in South Asia. Sunaina Maira is professor of Asian American studies at the University of California, Davis. She is the author of Desis in the House: Indian American Youth Culture in New York City and Missing: Youth, Citizenship, and Empire after 9/11.
"The public space of higher education is under siege. The Imperial University interrogates in brilliant detail the nature of such attacks and the hidden structures of power and politics that define them. But it does more in providing a passionate call to rethink higher education part of a future in which learning is linked to social change. A crucial book for anyone who imagines the university as both an essential public sphere and an index of what a democracy should be." -Henry A. Giroux, McMaster University