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In other words : dialogizing postcoloniality, race and ethincity

Author: Ewa Barbara Luczak; Justyna Wierzchowska; Joanna Ziarkowsks
Publisher: Frankfurt am Main ; New York : Peter Lang, 2012.
Series: Encounters (Verlag Peter Lang), v. 2.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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On guard against reductive statements and aware of the danger of blurring historical differences, this book encourages the reader to enter the dialogue between postcolonial studies and discourses on  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ewa Barbara Luczak; Justyna Wierzchowska; Joanna Ziarkowsks
ISBN: 3653016428 9783653016420
OCLC Number: 813285693
Description: 1 online resource (255 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: In other words : an alternative to the Post- in Post-colonialism / Andrea O'Reilly Herrera --
Postmodern and native identities : restor(y)ing place in Hawai'i / Shelley Armitage --
visions of (post)Indian Country --
Gerald Vizenor's 'Dead Voices : Natural Agonies in the New World' / Ewelina Bańka --
Africa lost and Africa regained : searching for the source of African American identity in poetry by Sonia Sanchez and Nikki Giovanni / Jerzy Kamionowski --
"The quality of hurt" : African American writerly displacement in Europe of the 1960s / Ewa B. Luczak --
Empire desires strike back : early-twentieth century African American rewritings of imperial mythologies / Anna Pochmara --
Bharati Mukherjee and the postcolonial predicament : looking back in 'The Holder of the World' / Izabella Kimak --
Navigating and resisting dominant discourses in Native American literature of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries / Barbara Leftih --
Towards a critique of foundational historiography : a brief look at Gerald Vizenor's 'Hiroshima Bugi' / Sumit Chakrabarti --
From Santo Domingo to Nueva York and back : multicultural and diasporic identity in Junot Díaz/s 'Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao' / Joanna Ziarkowska --
(Cont.) Deconstructing the matrix-negotiating Chicana lesbian identity in Terri de la Peña's novels / Ewa Antoszek --
"White America graciously giving way to its non-white future?" When Hollywood attempts to go postcolonial / Heike Raphael-Hernandez --
How other is the other? Appropriation of the cultural other in Disney's animated films / Justyna Fruzińska --
Reconstellating "Indianness" in diasporic Hindi cinema : postolonial studies and transnational perspectives / Samir Dayal --
Chicana texts? Postcolonial theory? Olga Beatriz Torres's 'Memorias de mi viaje/Recollections of My Trip' / Jadwiga Maszewska --
"Here lies bonded-labor, spread-eagled Douloti Nagesia's 'tormented corpse'" : Mahasweta Devi's repaying the tribals their honour / Julia Szoltysek --
The return of the repressed : tracing Levinas in Gayatri Spivak's ethical representations of subalternity / Zuzanna Ładyga --
Polish colonial past and postcolonial presence in Joanna Rajkowska's arts / Justyna Wierzchowska.
Series Title: Encounters (Verlag Peter Lang), v. 2.
Responsibility: Ewa B. Luczak, Justyna Wierzchowska, Joanna Ziarkowsks (eds.).

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