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'From new helots to new diasporas: A retrospective for Robin Cohen' now available

Edited by Nicholas Van Hear, Selina Molteno and Oliver Bakewell, and comprising 18 contributions, this book is a tribute to Robin Cohen's academic scholarship and intellectual impact.

Some 50 colleagues and friends from the Caribbean, Africa, Europe, Canada and the USA contribute a selection of interventions covering Robin Cohen's interests in labour studies, social movements, globalization, creolization, diaspora and migration.

Purchase a copy of From new helots to new diasporas: A retrospective for Robin Cohen

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