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            10.13169
            reorient
            ReOrient
            Pluto Journals
            20555601
            2055561X
            Autumn 2015
            : 1
            : 1
            : 5-10
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            reorient.1.1.0005
            10.13169/reorient.1.1.0005
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            Literary studies,Religious studies & Theology,Social & Behavioral Sciences,History,Philosophy

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            1. (2007) Delinking: The rhetoric of modernity, the logic of coloniality and the grammar of de-coloniality. Cultural Studies . 21 (2-3), 449–514.

            2. (2014) Recalling the Caliphate: Decolonization and World Order . London: Hurst.

            3. (2010) Political Islam Observed . London: Hurst.

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