Kaveh Yazdani is assistant professor at the Department of History, University of Connecticut (UConn). Before joining UConn, he taught at the Universities of Osnabrueck, Bielefeld (Germany) and Vienna (Austria). His recent publications include the monograph 'India, Modernity and the Great Divergence' (2017) and the edited volume 'Capitalisms: Towards a Global History' (2020).
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Published in: Can Europe Make It?: OpinionThe poverty of mainstream universalism and exclusive identity politics
Those criticizing exclusive leftist and liberal varieties of identity politics that endanger plurality of opinion...