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Post-colonial studies : the key concepts

Author: Bill Ashcroft; Gareth Griffiths; Helen Tiffin
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2009.
Series: Routledge key guides.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"This best-selling key guide, now in its second edition, provides an essential key to understanding the issues which characterize post-colonialism, explaining what it is, where it is encountered and why it is crucial in forging new cultural identities. As a subject, post-colonial studies stands at the intersection of debates about race, colonialism, gender, politics and language." "Post-Colonial Studies: The Key  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Dictionary
Wörterbuch
dictionaries
Dictionaries
Dictionnaires
Wörterbuch
Terminology
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Ashcroft; Gareth Griffiths; Helen Tiffin
ISBN: 9780415428569 0415428564 9780415428552 0415428556 9780203449974 0203449975
OCLC Number: 128236694
Notes: Previous ed. published under title: Key concepts in post-colonial studies.
"Transferred to digital printing 2009"--Title page verso.
Description: xii, 292 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Aboriginal/indigenous peoples --
Abrogation --
African-American and post-colonial studies --
Agency --
Allegory --
Alterity --
Ambivalence --
Anti-colonialism --
Apartheid --
Appropriation --
Authentic/authenticity --
binarism --
Black Atlantic --
Black studies/black consciousness --
Borderlands --
Cannibal --
Caribbean/West Indian --
Cartography (maps and mapping) --
Catachresis --
Catalysis --
Centre/margin (periphery) --
Chromatism --
Class and post-colonialism --
Colonial desire --
Colonial discourse --
Colonial patronage --
Colonialism --
Commonwealth --
Commonwealth literature --
Comprador --
Contact zone --
Contrapuntal reading --
Counter-discourse --
Creole --
Creolization --
Cultural diversity/cultural difference --
Cultural tourism --
Decolonization --
Dependency theory --
Deracinate --
Diaspora --
Discourse --
Dislocation --
Double coloniazation --
Ecological imperialism --
Ecofeminism --
Empire --
Environmentalism --
Essentialism/strategic essentialism --
Ethnicity --
Ethnography --
Ethno-psychiatry/ethno-psychology --
Euro-centrism --
Exile --
Exotic/exoticism --
Exploration and travel --
Fanonism --
Feminism and post-colonialism --
Filiation/affiliation --
First nations --
Frontier --
Globalization --
Glocalization --
"Going native" --
Hegemony --
Hybridity --
Imperialism --
Indentured labour --
Independence --
Interpellation --
Liminality --
Magic realism --
Manicheanism --
Marginality --
Mestizo/mestizaje/metisse --
Metonymic gap --
Metropolis/metropolitan --
Mimicry --
Miscegenation --
Missions and colonialism --
Modernism and post-colonialism --
Modernity --
Mulatto --
Multitude --
Nation language --
Nation/nationalism --
National allegory --
National liberation movements --
Native --
Nativism --
Negritude --
Neo-colonialism/neo-imperialism --
Neoliberalism --
New literatures --
Orality --
Orientalism --
Other --
Othering --
Palimpsest --
Pidgins/creoles --
Place --
Post-colonial body --
Post-colonialism/postcolonialist --
Post-colonial reading --
Post-colonial state --
Postcolony --
Primitivism --
Race --
Rastafarianism --
Rhizome --
Religion and the postcolonial --
Savage/civilized --
Settler --
Settler colony --
Slave/slavery --
Speciesism --
Subaltern --
Subject/subjectivity --
Surveillance --
Syncretism --
Synergy --
Testimonio --
Third World (First, Second, Fourth) --
Transculturation --
Transnational literatures --
Translation --
Universalism/universality --
Washington Consensus --
Whiteness --
World system theory --
Worlding.
Series Title: Routledge key guides.
Responsibility: Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin.
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