7 edition of Postcolonial Echoes and Evocations found in the catalog.
August 3, 2006
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
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Modern French Identities focuses on the French and Francophone writing of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, whose formal experiments and revisions of genre have combined to create an entirely new set of literary forms, from the thematic autobiographies of Michel Leiris and Bernard Noël to the magic realism of French Caribbean writers. Despite the ubiquity of the SS Empire Windrush as a symbol of post-war Caribbean migration to Britain, there are few literary evocations of its journey and arrival, and, of those, the majority are.
In Dust of the Zulu Louise Meintjes traces the political and aesthetic significance of ngoma, a competitive form of dance and music that emerged out of the legacies of colonialism and apartheid in South Africa. Contextualizing ngoma within South Africa's history of violence, migrant labor, the HIV epidemic, and the world music market, Meintjes follows a community Author: Louise Meintjes. Saro-Wiwa’s last book A Month and a Day contains elements of “diary, memoir, journal, manifesto, advocacy journalism, ethnography, and satire, throwing in for good measure some transcribed speeches and a bill of rights,” a hybrid text whose form echoes “the propulsive urgency of colliding forms as Saro-Wiwa strives to fit into a single Author: Yvonne Reddick.
The postcolonial enterprise, as a shifting configuration of movement and transition, echoes both the Gothic, and the notion of becoming, as creative and potentially transgressive transmissions. If ‘Gothic texts are about crossing thresholds’ (Wisker: . Carly Daniel-Hughes is an associate professor of religions and cultures at Concordia University, Montreal. She is author of The Salvation of the Flesh in Tertullian of Carthage: Dressing for the Resurrection (Palgrave ) and co-editor of Dressing Judeans and Christians in Antiquity (Ashgate ) and The Bloomsbury Reader in Religion, Sexuality and Gender (Bloomsbury .
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Postcolonial Text, Vol 3, No 4 () Postcolonial Haunting: Anxiety, Affect, and the Situated Encounter Michael F. O'Riley Ohio State University In large part, the advent of postcolonial consciousness has emphasized the imperative of returning to occluded colonial history through a reckoning with the specters of the nation’s colonial heritage.
ALFRED ROSA. and PAUL ESCHHOLZ are both professors of English at the University of Vermont. They have collaborated on a number of best-selling texts for Bedford/St. Martin's, including Subjects/Strategies, Ninth Edition (), Outlooks and Insights: A Reader for College Writers, Fourth Edition (), and, with Virginia Clark, Language Awareness, Eighth Edition.
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Thus, Rushdie's postmodern, metafictive palimsests ironically reveal how Shakespeare's literary endurance and global iconic status depend upon the revisions, adaptations, and. The collection addresses questions of authorship, authority and canon in texts connected by theme or genre including the postcolonial exotic, disability and representations of the body, food books, and domesticity.
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Contemporary postcolonial studies represent a controversial area of debate. This collection seeks a more pragmatic approach to the subject, taking into account its historical, social and political realities, rather than ignoring a consideration of material conditions.
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Given this kind of diversity, essentialist evocations of geographical, national or Gwendolyn Mikell echoes Acholonu's argument when she endorses the 'survivalist', 'heterosexual' and 'pro-natal' foundations of what she terms African and postcolonial feminism offer insights into the emotional and intellectual.
This book explores the reality of the lives of North African migrants in postcolonial France, with a particular focus on their access to political entitlements such as citizenship and : Alina Sajed.
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Abstract. Alice Kaplan reminds twenty-first-century readers of the legal wrangling in French courts over the French translations of the title of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering the most familiar of those titles, Les Hauts de Hurle-Vent, originated by Frédéric Delebecque inso dominated the commercial sale of any French translation of Brontë’s novel, a bookseller in Author: Jacqueline Padgett.
In my own field, that of Postcolonial Studies broadly conceived, there is much talk of location, as in the title of Homi K. Bhabha’s book The Location of Culture, which emphasizes the particular place and time of any cultural production, relative to all others .The meanings of culture are determined by their locational parameters.
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