Colonial discourse, postcolonial theory [the symposium was held .̤ at the University of Essex on 7-10 July 1991] (Book, 1996) [WorldCat.org]
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Colonial discourse, postcolonial theory [the symposium was held .̤ at the University of Essex on 7-10 July 1991]

Author: Francis Barker
Publisher: Manchester Manchester Univ. Press 1996
Series: The Essex symposia, literature, politics, theory
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Paperback edView all editions and formats
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Recently, the issues of colonialism and imperialism have, for the first time, come to the forefront of thinking in the humanities. This volume examines relevant issues from a range of historical  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Barker
ISBN: 0719039797 9780719039799 0719048761 9780719048760
OCLC Number: 248381936
Notes: Literaturverz. S. [267] - 282
Description: VI, 288 S. illustrations
Contents: Transculturation and autoethnography - Peru 1615/1980, Mary Louise Pratt; Rousseau's patrimony - primitivism, romance and becoming other, Simon During; the locked heart - the Creole family romance of "Wide Sargasso Sea", Peter Hulme; the recalcitrant object - culture contact and the question of hybridity, Annie Coombes; anthropology and race in Brazilian modernism, Zita Nunes; how to read a "culturally different" book, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak; post-apartheid narratives, Graham Pechey; resistance theory/theorizing resistance, or two cheers for nativism, Benita Parry; national consciousness and the specificity of (post)colonial intellectualism, Neil Lazarus; ethnic cultures, minority discourse and the state, David Lloyd; social justice and the crisis of national communities, Renato Rosaldo; the angel of history - pitfalls of the term "postcolonialism", Anne McClintock.
Series Title: The Essex symposia, literature, politics, theory
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