Critical Frontiers of Theory, Research, and Policy in International Development Studies
The contemporary world is characterized by massive wealth alongside widespread poverty, inequality, and environmental destruction - all bound up through class, race, and gender dynamics of inequality and oppression. Critical Frontiers in International Development Studies, the official book series of the Development Studies Association of the UK, was established to contribute to critical thinking about local, national, and global processes of structural transformation. The series publishes cutting-edge monographs that promote critical development studies as an interdisciplinary and applied field, and shape the theory, practice, and teaching of international development for a new generation of scholars, students, and practitioners. As the series evolves, we wish to publish a diverse and inclusive range of authors whose work engages in critical, multidisciplinary, decolonial, and methodologically plural development studies.
Series Editors: Andrew Fischer, Naomi Hossain, Briony Jones, Alfredo Saad Filho, Benjamin Selwyn, and Fiona Tregenna