David Scott
Professor of Anthropology and Research Fellow of African-American Studies.

Ph.D., New School for Social Research.
Professor Scott’s interests include: the problem of the postcolonial politics, diaspora, cultural history. The Caribbean and South Asia are his historical and geographical areas of preoccupation. He is the author of Formations of Ritual (Minnesota 1994), Refashioning Futures (Princeton 1999) and Conscripts of Modernity (Duke 2004), and is the co-editor of Powers of the Secular Modern (Stanford 2006). He is also the founder and editor the journal of Caribbean criticism, Small Axe.

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