'This is an important book that tackles multiple issues
around the meaning and nature of development.'
Gender and Development
'A moving and inspiring book which demands to be read.’
Jim Crowther, University of Edinburgh
‘Offers a significant new perspective on the generation of alternative knowledges in local encounters of global processes.’
Philip McMichael, Cornell University
‘Centres Indigenous critiques to inject new urgency into debates over development and globalization, as resurgent social movements question modernity itself.’
Clare Land, author of Decolonizing Solidarity
‘This excellent volume discusses and debunks dominant discourses of "development" from a southern, subaltern and decolonising perspective. This is a much needed book – emancipatory in conception, grassroots-oriented, inspiring and revealing!'
Peter Mayo, author of Politics of Indignation