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Starting in the 1960s, the concepts “North” and “South” became important indices for speaking about global relations, dependencies, and not least, inequalities. Yet when did we begin to speak of north and south? And what alternative interpretations did these terms elicit? This volume examines these issues.
Steffen Fiebrig, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg; Jürgen Dinkel, Universität Leipzig; Frank Reichherzer, ZMSBw Potsdam.
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