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Crabtracks : progress and process in teaching the new literatures in English : essays in honour of Dieter Riemenschneider

Author: Gordon Collier; Frank Schulze-Engler; Dieter Riemenschneider
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2002.
Series: Cross/cultures, 59.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
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Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2002
Named Person: Dieter Riemenschneider; Englisch; Dieter Riemenschneider
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gordon Collier; Frank Schulze-Engler; Dieter Riemenschneider
ISBN: 9042015497 9789042015494 904201539X 9789042015395
OCLC Number: 50569117
Description: xviii, 409 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.
Contents: IntroductionGORDON COLLIER AND FRANK SCHULZE-ENGLER: The Crab of Progress: Exceptionalism and Normalization in an Academic DisciplineTeaching SidewaysEstablishing the Study of the New Literatures in EnglishPETER O. STUMMER: From Common Stealth to Most Colonial: Some Crypto-Critical Ruminating ReminiscencesECKHARD BREITINGER: Rites of Passage: From Anglicist Traditionalism to New English Literature HorizonsFLORA VEIT-WILD: The Arduous Success Story of a 'Non-Discipline': Teaching African Literature at German UniversitiesBERNTH LINDFORS: Counting and Accounting for Differences: Scoring African LiteraturesLOUIS JAMES: Dancing to my Father: Alterity and Identity in Cross-Cultural ExperienceKIRSTEN HOLST PETERSEN: African Literature: A European Pursuit. What's in a Field?Theoretical Vistas on the New LiteraturesKATJA SARKOWSKY: Beyond Margins and Centres: First Nations Literature and the Challenge to Postcolonial TheoryCAROLE FERRIER: "A whole other story vibrating within it": Some Approaches to the 'New Literatures'SHIRLEY GEOK-LIN LIM: New Literatures in English and Postcolonial Writers in the Age of GlobalizationSpeculations and ApplicationsDEVINDRA KOHLI: The Embrace of Recognition: Landscape, Memory and Identity in Anita DesaiHENA MAES-JELINEK: A Note on Painting in The Moor's Last SighWOLFGANG BENDER: African Music Airwaves: From Colonial to Neocolonial Shores; Radio and Music in AfricaMARK STEIN: Discourses of Empire: Complicity and Disjunction in Jane EyreVICTOR J. RAMRAJ: Postcolonialist to Postmodernist: Paul Theroux's Promotion of V.S. Naipaul in Sir Vidia's ShadowGUENTER LENZ: Middle Passages: Histories, Re-Memories, and Black Diasporas in Novels by Toni Morrison, Charles Johnson, and Caryl PhillipsGORDON COLLIER: Stormy Weather in Walcott's Omeros and the In-Gathering of Cultural TraditionsHELEN TIFFIN: Colonies, Consumption and ClimateGEOFFREY V. DAVIS: "The country we might have been": The Experience of War in Canadian and Australian LiteratureJANET WILSON: Teaching the New Zealand Novel: Prose-Poetry and the Ideology of the "Third Way"LISELOTTE GLAGE: Rewriting or Writing Back? Witi Ihimaera's Dear Miss MansfieldLife and LettersVINEY KIRPAL: Dear DieterANNA RUTHERFORD: Dear DieterDOREEN CAMPBELL: Five Stars for Mr TompkinsSYD HARREX: Dieter at the WheelJAN KEMP: Professor Dietrich on the DachsteinGERHARD STILZ: Sketches of the Indian SceneCentred on the EdgeDIETER RIEMENSCHNEIDER: The Function of Labour in M. R. Anand's NovelsDIETER RIEMENSCHNEIDER: Intercultural Communication: Minority Writing in the Post-Colonial World; The Caribbean-Canadian ConnectionDIETER RIEMENSCHNEIDER: A Select Bibliography
Series Title: Cross/cultures, 59.
Responsibility: edited by Gordon Collier & Frank Schulze-Engler.


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