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The post-colonial studies reader, edited by Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin

Label
The post-colonial studies reader
Title
The post-colonial studies reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
820.9/358
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PR9080
LC item number
.P57 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1946-
  • 1943-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Ashcroft, Bill
  • Griffiths, Gareth
  • Tiffin, Helen
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Commonwealth literature (English)
  • English literature
  • Postcolonialism
  • Postcolonialism in literature
  • Decolonization in literature
  • Imperialism in literature
  • Colonies in literature
  • Postkolonialisme
  • Letterkunde
  • Literatuurwetenschap
  • Littérature du Commonwealth (anglaise)
  • Impérialisme dans la littérature
  • Colonies dans la littérature
Label
The post-colonial studies reader, edited by Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [541]-575) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
PT. 1. ISSUES AND DEBATES -- 1. The occasion for speaking / George Lamming -- 2. The economy of Manichean allegory / Abdul R. JanMohamed -- 3. Orientalism / Edward W. Said -- 4. Can the subaltern speak? / Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak -- 5. Signs taken for wonders / Homi K. Bhabha -- 6. Problems in current theories of colonial discourse / Benita Parry -- 7. The scramble for post-colonialism / Stephen Slemon -- 8. Colonialism and culture / Nicholas B. Dirks -- 9. The nature of things : arrested decolonization and critical theory / Biodun Jeyifo -- 10. The intimacy of tyranny / Achille Mbembe -- PT. 2. UNIVERSALITY AND DIFFERENCE -- 11. Colonialist criticism / Chinua Achebe -- 12. Heroic ethnocentrism : the idea of universality in literature / Charles Larson -- 13. Western mathematics : the secret weapon of cultural imperialism / Alan J. Bishop -- 14. Jamison's rhetoric of otherness and the 'national allegory' / Aijaz Ahmad -- 15. The critique of eurocentrism / Tsenay Serequeberhan -- PT. 3. REPRESENTATION AND RESISTANCE -- 16. Resistance, opposition and representation / Edward W. Said -- 17. Post-colonial literatures and counter-discourse / Helen Tiffin -- 18. Unsettling the empire : resistance theory for the second world / Stephen Slemon -- 19. The rhetoric of English India / Sara Suleri -- 20. Colonialism, racism and representation / Robert Stam and Louise Spence -- 21. Networks of resistance / Elleke Boehmer -- PT. 4. NATIONALISM -- 22. National culture / Frantz Fanon -- 23. Imagined communities / Benedict Anderson -- 24. Nationalism as a problem / Partha Chatterjee -- 25. The national longing for form / Timothy Brennan -- 26. Dissemination : time, narrative, and the margins of the modern nation / Homi K. Bhabha -- 27. What ish my nation? / David Cairns and Shaun Richards -- PT. 5. HYBRIDITY -- 28. Fossil and psyche / Kirsten Holst Petersen and Anna Rutherford -- 29. Named for Victoria, Queen of England / Chinua Achebe -- 30. Of the marvellous realism of the Haitians / Jacques Stephen Aléxis -- 31. Marvellous realism : the way out of négritude / Michael Dash -- 32. Creolization in Jamaica / Edward Kamau Brathwaite -- 33. Cultural diversity and cultural differences / Homi K. Bhabha -- 34. The cultural politics of hybridity / Robert Young -- PT. 6. INDIGENEITY -- 35. The myth of authenticity / Gareth Griffiths -- 36. Who can write as other? / Margery fee -- 37. The representation of the indigene / Terry Goldie -- 38. Postcolonialism, ideology, and Native American literature / Arnold Krupat -- 39. Indigenous articulations / James Clifford -- 40. The white Inuit speaks : contamination as literary strategy / Diana Brydon -- PT. 7. AUTHENTICITY -- 41. Who is ethnic? / Werner Sollors -- 42. Identifying identity / Philip Gleason -- 43. No master territories / Trinh T. Minh-ha -- 44. New ethnicities / Stuart Hall -- 45. After whiteness / Mike Hill -- 46. Towards a new consciousness / Gloria Anzaldúa -- PT. 8. RACE -- 47. Race and racism / Tzvetan Todorov -- 48. Writing race / Henry Louis Gates -- 49. Race, time and the revision of modernity / Homi K. Bhabha -- 50. The illusions of race / Kwame Anthony Appiah -- 51. There ain't no black in the union jack / Paul Gilroy -- 52. Négritude and nativism / Pal Ahluwalia -- PT. 9. FEMINISM -- 53. First things first : problems of a feminist approach to African literature / Kirsten Holst Petersen -- 54. Decolonizing culture : toward a theory for postcolonial women's texts / Ketu H. Katrak -- 55. Under Western eyes : feminist scholarship and colonial discourses / Chandra Talpade Mohanty -- 56. Writing postcoloniality and feminism / Trinh T. Minh-ha -- 57. Woman skin deep : feminism and the postcolonial condition / Sara Suleri -- 58. Colonizing bodies and minds / Oyèrónké Oyewùmí -- PT. 10. LANGUAGE -- 59. The language of African literature / Ngũgĩ Wa Thiong'o -- 60. The politics of language / Chinua Achebe -- 61. The alchemy of English / Braj B. Kachru -- 62. Language and spirit / Raja Rao -- 63. Language and transformation / Bill Ashcroft -- 64. Nation language / Edward Kamau Brathwaite -- 65. Reflexification / Chantal Zabus -- PT. 11. THE BODY AND PERFORMANCE -- 66. The fact of blackness / Frantz Fanon -- 67. In search of the lost body : redefining the subject in Caribbean literature / Michael Dash -- 68. The body as cultural signifier / Russell McDougall -- 69. Dance, movement and resistance politics / Helen Gilbert -- 70. Outlaws of the text / Gillian Whitlock -- 71. Resistant performance / Marvin Carlson -- 72. On veiling, vision and voyage / Reina Lewis -- PT. 12. HISTORY -- 73. Allegories of 'Atlas' / José Rabasa -- 74. Columbus and the cannibals / Peter Hulme -- 75. The muse of history / Derek Walcott -- 76. Spatial history / Paul Carter -- 77. The limbo gateway / Wilson Harris -- 78. Postcoloniality and the artifice of history / Dipesh Chakrabarty -- PT. 13. PLACE -- 79. Writing in colonial space / Dennis Lee -- 80. Naming place / Paul Carter -- 81. Decolonizing the map / Graham Huggan -- 82. Aboriginal place / Bob Hodge and Vijay Mishra -- 83. Indigenous map making / G. Malcolm Lewis -- 84. The other side of the mountain / Walter Mignolo -- PT. 14. EDUCATION -- 85. Minute on Indian education / Thomas Macaulay -- 86. The beginnings of English literary study in British India / Gauri Viswanathan -- 87. Education and neocolonialism / Philip G. Altbach -- 88. Ideology in the classroom : a case study in the teaching of English literature in Canadian universities / Arun P. Mukherjee -- 89. Borders and bridges / Ngũgĩ Wa Thiong'o -- 90. Entrenching English in Trinidad and Tobago / Norrel A. London -- PT. 15. PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION -- 91. The historiography of African literature written in English / André Lefevre -- 92. The book today in Africa / S.I.A. Kotei -- 93. Literary colonialism : books in the third world / Philip G. Altbach -- 94. Soft-soaping empire / Anne McClintock -- 95. Commodities and the politics of value / Arjun Appadurai -- 96. The postcolonial exotic / Graham Huggan -- PT. 16. DIASPORA -- 97. Imagining homelands / Salman Rushdie -- 98. Cultural identity and diaspora / Stuart Hall -- 99. The mind of winter / Edward W. Said -- 100. Thinking through the concept of diaspora / Avtah Brah -- 101. The diasporic imaginary : theorizing the Indian diaspora / Vijay Mishra -- 102. Diasporas / James Clifford -- 103. Passport photos / Amitava Kumar -- PT. 17. GLOBALIZATION -- 104. The global in the local / Arif Dirlik -- 105. Disjunction and difference / Arjun Appadurai -- 106. Globalization and the claims of postcoloniality / Simon Gikandi -- 107. Glocalization / Roland Robertson -- 108. Imperial sovereignty / Guy Hardt and Antonio Negri -- 109. Feminist solidarity through anticapitalist struggles / Chandra Talpade Mohanty -- PT. 18. ENVIRONMENT -- 110. Ecological imperialism / Alfred W. Crosby -- 111. Green imperialism / Richard Grove -- 112. Trial statement / Ken Saro-Wiwa -- 113. Decolonizing relationships with nature / Val Plumwood -- 114. The beaver as native and as colonist / Gordon Sayre -- 115. Old orders for new / Cary Wolfe -- PT. 19. THE SACRED -- 116. Conversion, 'tradition' and national consolidation / Gauri Viswanathan -- 117. God, gold, and gender / Laura E. Donaldson -- 118. Reclaiming our histories / William Baldridge -- 119. Orientalism and religion / Richard King -- 120. Global conversions / Peter Van der Veer -- 121. Postcolonializing biblical interpretation / R.S. Sugirtharajah
Control code
664511
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
xxviii, 587 pages
Isbn
9780415345651
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2005012943
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780415345651
  • (OCoLC)60323144
Label
The post-colonial studies reader, edited by Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [541]-575) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
PT. 1. ISSUES AND DEBATES -- 1. The occasion for speaking / George Lamming -- 2. The economy of Manichean allegory / Abdul R. JanMohamed -- 3. Orientalism / Edward W. Said -- 4. Can the subaltern speak? / Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak -- 5. Signs taken for wonders / Homi K. Bhabha -- 6. Problems in current theories of colonial discourse / Benita Parry -- 7. The scramble for post-colonialism / Stephen Slemon -- 8. Colonialism and culture / Nicholas B. Dirks -- 9. The nature of things : arrested decolonization and critical theory / Biodun Jeyifo -- 10. The intimacy of tyranny / Achille Mbembe -- PT. 2. UNIVERSALITY AND DIFFERENCE -- 11. Colonialist criticism / Chinua Achebe -- 12. Heroic ethnocentrism : the idea of universality in literature / Charles Larson -- 13. Western mathematics : the secret weapon of cultural imperialism / Alan J. Bishop -- 14. Jamison's rhetoric of otherness and the 'national allegory' / Aijaz Ahmad -- 15. The critique of eurocentrism / Tsenay Serequeberhan -- PT. 3. REPRESENTATION AND RESISTANCE -- 16. Resistance, opposition and representation / Edward W. Said -- 17. Post-colonial literatures and counter-discourse / Helen Tiffin -- 18. Unsettling the empire : resistance theory for the second world / Stephen Slemon -- 19. The rhetoric of English India / Sara Suleri -- 20. Colonialism, racism and representation / Robert Stam and Louise Spence -- 21. Networks of resistance / Elleke Boehmer -- PT. 4. NATIONALISM -- 22. National culture / Frantz Fanon -- 23. Imagined communities / Benedict Anderson -- 24. Nationalism as a problem / Partha Chatterjee -- 25. The national longing for form / Timothy Brennan -- 26. Dissemination : time, narrative, and the margins of the modern nation / Homi K. Bhabha -- 27. What ish my nation? / David Cairns and Shaun Richards -- PT. 5. HYBRIDITY -- 28. Fossil and psyche / Kirsten Holst Petersen and Anna Rutherford -- 29. Named for Victoria, Queen of England / Chinua Achebe -- 30. Of the marvellous realism of the Haitians / Jacques Stephen Aléxis -- 31. Marvellous realism : the way out of négritude / Michael Dash -- 32. Creolization in Jamaica / Edward Kamau Brathwaite -- 33. Cultural diversity and cultural differences / Homi K. Bhabha -- 34. The cultural politics of hybridity / Robert Young -- PT. 6. INDIGENEITY -- 35. The myth of authenticity / Gareth Griffiths -- 36. Who can write as other? / Margery fee -- 37. The representation of the indigene / Terry Goldie -- 38. Postcolonialism, ideology, and Native American literature / Arnold Krupat -- 39. Indigenous articulations / James Clifford -- 40. The white Inuit speaks : contamination as literary strategy / Diana Brydon -- PT. 7. AUTHENTICITY -- 41. Who is ethnic? / Werner Sollors -- 42. Identifying identity / Philip Gleason -- 43. No master territories / Trinh T. Minh-ha -- 44. New ethnicities / Stuart Hall -- 45. After whiteness / Mike Hill -- 46. Towards a new consciousness / Gloria Anzaldúa -- PT. 8. RACE -- 47. Race and racism / Tzvetan Todorov -- 48. Writing race / Henry Louis Gates -- 49. Race, time and the revision of modernity / Homi K. Bhabha -- 50. The illusions of race / Kwame Anthony Appiah -- 51. There ain't no black in the union jack / Paul Gilroy -- 52. Négritude and nativism / Pal Ahluwalia -- PT. 9. FEMINISM -- 53. First things first : problems of a feminist approach to African literature / Kirsten Holst Petersen -- 54. Decolonizing culture : toward a theory for postcolonial women's texts / Ketu H. Katrak -- 55. Under Western eyes : feminist scholarship and colonial discourses / Chandra Talpade Mohanty -- 56. Writing postcoloniality and feminism / Trinh T. Minh-ha -- 57. Woman skin deep : feminism and the postcolonial condition / Sara Suleri -- 58. Colonizing bodies and minds / Oyèrónké Oyewùmí -- PT. 10. LANGUAGE -- 59. The language of African literature / Ngũgĩ Wa Thiong'o -- 60. The politics of language / Chinua Achebe -- 61. The alchemy of English / Braj B. Kachru -- 62. Language and spirit / Raja Rao -- 63. Language and transformation / Bill Ashcroft -- 64. Nation language / Edward Kamau Brathwaite -- 65. Reflexification / Chantal Zabus -- PT. 11. THE BODY AND PERFORMANCE -- 66. The fact of blackness / Frantz Fanon -- 67. In search of the lost body : redefining the subject in Caribbean literature / Michael Dash -- 68. The body as cultural signifier / Russell McDougall -- 69. Dance, movement and resistance politics / Helen Gilbert -- 70. Outlaws of the text / Gillian Whitlock -- 71. Resistant performance / Marvin Carlson -- 72. On veiling, vision and voyage / Reina Lewis -- PT. 12. HISTORY -- 73. Allegories of 'Atlas' / José Rabasa -- 74. Columbus and the cannibals / Peter Hulme -- 75. The muse of history / Derek Walcott -- 76. Spatial history / Paul Carter -- 77. The limbo gateway / Wilson Harris -- 78. Postcoloniality and the artifice of history / Dipesh Chakrabarty -- PT. 13. PLACE -- 79. Writing in colonial space / Dennis Lee -- 80. Naming place / Paul Carter -- 81. Decolonizing the map / Graham Huggan -- 82. Aboriginal place / Bob Hodge and Vijay Mishra -- 83. Indigenous map making / G. Malcolm Lewis -- 84. The other side of the mountain / Walter Mignolo -- PT. 14. EDUCATION -- 85. Minute on Indian education / Thomas Macaulay -- 86. The beginnings of English literary study in British India / Gauri Viswanathan -- 87. Education and neocolonialism / Philip G. Altbach -- 88. Ideology in the classroom : a case study in the teaching of English literature in Canadian universities / Arun P. Mukherjee -- 89. Borders and bridges / Ngũgĩ Wa Thiong'o -- 90. Entrenching English in Trinidad and Tobago / Norrel A. London -- PT. 15. PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION -- 91. The historiography of African literature written in English / André Lefevre -- 92. The book today in Africa / S.I.A. Kotei -- 93. Literary colonialism : books in the third world / Philip G. Altbach -- 94. Soft-soaping empire / Anne McClintock -- 95. Commodities and the politics of value / Arjun Appadurai -- 96. The postcolonial exotic / Graham Huggan -- PT. 16. DIASPORA -- 97. Imagining homelands / Salman Rushdie -- 98. Cultural identity and diaspora / Stuart Hall -- 99. The mind of winter / Edward W. Said -- 100. Thinking through the concept of diaspora / Avtah Brah -- 101. The diasporic imaginary : theorizing the Indian diaspora / Vijay Mishra -- 102. Diasporas / James Clifford -- 103. Passport photos / Amitava Kumar -- PT. 17. GLOBALIZATION -- 104. The global in the local / Arif Dirlik -- 105. Disjunction and difference / Arjun Appadurai -- 106. Globalization and the claims of postcoloniality / Simon Gikandi -- 107. Glocalization / Roland Robertson -- 108. Imperial sovereignty / Guy Hardt and Antonio Negri -- 109. Feminist solidarity through anticapitalist struggles / Chandra Talpade Mohanty -- PT. 18. ENVIRONMENT -- 110. Ecological imperialism / Alfred W. Crosby -- 111. Green imperialism / Richard Grove -- 112. Trial statement / Ken Saro-Wiwa -- 113. Decolonizing relationships with nature / Val Plumwood -- 114. The beaver as native and as colonist / Gordon Sayre -- 115. Old orders for new / Cary Wolfe -- PT. 19. THE SACRED -- 116. Conversion, 'tradition' and national consolidation / Gauri Viswanathan -- 117. God, gold, and gender / Laura E. Donaldson -- 118. Reclaiming our histories / William Baldridge -- 119. Orientalism and religion / Richard King -- 120. Global conversions / Peter Van der Veer -- 121. Postcolonializing biblical interpretation / R.S. Sugirtharajah
Control code
664511
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
xxviii, 587 pages
Isbn
9780415345651
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2005012943
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780415345651
  • (OCoLC)60323144

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