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Emerging Worlds - Ethnographic Explorations of New South-South Connections 

‘Emerging Worlds’ is a collective research program aimed at exploring the yet unfolding South-South connections between Asia, Africa and Latin America. 

The ‘Emerging Worlds’ research program embarks upon a collective enquiry into the yet unfolding, and accelerated 21st century phenomenon of south-south connections between Asia, Africa and Latin America.

The Global South is now increasingly being shaped up through South-led investments, development aid and migration in search of opportunities and livelihood within the South.

Through grounded ethnographies in a number of locations within Asia and Africa, the project seeks to rethink the idea of the Global South and the ways in which it presents itself as a political-economic force in the 21st century.






Name Title Phone E-mail
Dragsdahl, Rune Christoffer Bech PhD Fellow +45 50 56 18 17 E-mail
Gill, Bani Affiliate   E-mail
Kaur, Ravinder Head of centre +45 51 30 27 05 E-mail


Independent Research Fund Denmark

The project is funded by Independent Research Fund Denmark.

Project period: 2014-2019

PI: Head of centre Ravinder Kaur


We are always interested in working with committed researchers with interest and expertise in South-South connections, connected histories of Asia-Africa and intra-Asia. Please get in touch if you wish to get involved.

Conference: Frontiers of Accumulation

13-05-2019 09:30

Conference hosted by CGSAS about global capitalism.

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