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Postcolonial moves : medieval through modern

Author: Patricia Clare Ingham; Michelle R Warren
Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In recent years scholars in medieval and early modern studies have been critically assessing the uses of postcolonial and subaltern theoretical perspectives in their fields, and considering what their periods have to say to postcolonial theorists. This book offers a series of original essays that explore with specificity the methodological, textual, cultural, and historiographic moves required for postcolonial  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Patricia Clare Ingham; Michelle R Warren
ISBN: 1403960739 9781403960733
OCLC Number: 50280041
Description: x, 264 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Post-philology / Michelle R. Warren --
Contrapuntal histories / Patricia Clare Ingham --
Imperium studies / Barbara Fuchs --
Tales of the Ancients / Catherine E. Karkov --
The Romance of MiscegeNation / Sharon Kinoshita --
Spirituality and colonial governmentality / J. Michelle Molina --
The question of occidentalism in Early Modern Morocco / Nabil I. Matar --
History and legend / David Lawton --
The ghost of Leo Africanus from the English to the Irish renaissance / Bernadette Andrea --
Postcolonial courtiers / Jean-Vincent Blanchard --
Antipodean idylls translation of Tennyson's medievalism / Louise D'Arcens.
Responsibility: edited by Patricia Clare Ingham and Michelle R. Warren.
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This volume offers a series of essays that explores with specificity the methodological, textual, cultural and historiographic moves required for post-colonial engagements with pre-modern times.  Read more...

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