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Linked histories : postcolonial studies in a globalized world

Author: Wendy Faith; Pamela McCallum
Publisher: Calgary : University of Calgary Press, ©2005.
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Features essays that explore the pressing issues & challenges that theories of globalisation present for postcolonial studies, including the difficulties of rethinking how 'marginality' might be  Read more...

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Linked histories.
Calgary : University of Calgary Press, ©2005
(OCoLC)556975208
Online version:
Linked histories.
Calgary : University of Calgary Press, ©2005
(OCoLC)609110111
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wendy Faith; Pamela McCallum
ISBN: 1552380882 9781552380888
OCLC Number: 62346492
Description: vii, 259 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The linked histories in a globalized world / Pamela McCallum & Wendy Faith --
The Fascist longings in our midst / Rey Chow --
Queer with class: absence of Third World sweatshop in lesbian/gay discourse and a rearticulation of materialist queer theory / Rob Cover --
Cross-mirrorings of alterity: the colonial scenario and its psychological legacy / Monika Fludernik --
Mythologies of migrancy: postcolonialism, postmodernism, and the politics of (dis)location / Revathi Krishnaswamy --
Postcolonial differend: diasporic narratives of Salman Rushdie / Vijay Mishra --
At the margins of postcolonial studies / Kalpana Sheshadri-Crooks --
Keeping history at Wind River and Acoma / Mary Lawlor --
Modernity's first born: Latin America and postcolonial transformation / Bill Ashcroft --
Toward articulation: postcolonial theory and demotic resistance / Victor Li --
Postcolonial theory and the "decolonization" of Chinese culture / Wang Ning.
Responsibility: edited by Pamela McCallum & Wendy Faith.
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