Relocating Postcolonialism is a major new collection that challenges many of the assumptions and discursive maneuvers of postcolonialism and assesses its relationship to other academic disciplines and fields of inquiry.
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Relocating Postcolonialism brings together the essays of well-established contributors to postcolonialism as well as emergent scholars. The conversational quality of the volume, enhanced by the relay of themes explored by different essayists, provides a compelling portrait of postcolonialism's development that will be valuable to scholars, students, and teachers. The collectionincludes an incisive conversation between John Comaroff and Homi Bhabha, as well as a new essay by Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak. Probing well-known ideas as well as unexplored areas of concern, Relocating Postcolonialism locates the current state of postcolonial studies by examining its central lines of inquiry.About the Author:
David Theo Goldberg is Professor of African American Studies and Criminology, Law, and Society at the University of California, Irvine and Director of the system-wide University of California Humanities Research Institute. His books include The Racial State (2002), Race Critical Theories: Text and Context (2002, co-edited with Philomena Essed), and Racist Culture: Philosophy and the Politics of Meaning (1993).
Ato Quayson is Lecturer in the English Faculty, Director of the African Studies Centre, and Fellow of Pembroke College at the University of Cambridge. He is the author of Strategic Transformations in Nigerian Writing (1997), Postcolonialism: Theory, Practice or Process (2000), and Calibrations: Reading for the Social (2002).
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Buchbeschreibung Blackwell Pub, 2002. Soft cover. Buchzustand: Fine. 371 Pages With The Index. The Book Has No Remarks Or Highlights Inside. Paperback.We ship from the USA and Canada. Artikel-Nr. 029680