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Postcolonialism : an historical introduction

Author: Robert Young
Publisher: Oxford, UK ; Malden, Mass. : Blackwell Publishers, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Robert Young provides a wide-ranging analysis of post-colonial theory's emergence from anti-colonial movements in Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America, tracing the development of a transnational  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Young
ISBN: 0631200703 9780631200703 0631200711 9780631200710
OCLC Number: 44634246
Description: xi, 498 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Colonialism and the politics of postcolonial critique --
Colonialism --
Imperialism --
Neocolonialism --
Postcolonialism --
Las casas to Bentham --
Nineteenth-century liberalism --
Marx on colonialism and imperialism --
Socialism and nationalism: the first international to the Russian Revolution --
The third international, to the Baku Congress of the peoples of the East --
The women's international, the third and the fourth internationals --
The national liberation movements: introduction --
Marxism and the national liberation movements --
China, Egypt, Bandung --
Latin America I: Mariátegui, transculturation and cultural dependency --
Latin America II: Cuba: Guevara, Castro and the tricontinental --
Africa: Anglophone African socialism --
Africa II: Nkrumah and pan-Africanism --
Africa III: the Senghors and the Francophone African socialism --
Africa IV: Fanon/Cabral --
The subject of violence: Algeria, Ireland --
India: Marxism in India --
India II: Gandhi's counter-modernity --
India III: Hybridity and subaltern agency --
Women, gender and anti-colonialism --
Edward Said and colonial discourse --
Foucault in Tunisia --
Subjectivity and history: Derrida in Algeria.
Responsibility: Robert J.C. Young.
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