7 edition of Postcolonial theory found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-188) and index.
|LC Classifications||JV51 .G36 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
|ISBN 10||0231112726, 0231112734|
|LC Control Number||97032402|
This new anthology brings together the most diverse and recent voices in postcolonial theory to emerge since 9/11, alongside classic texts in established areas of postcolonial studies. Brings fresh insight and renewed political energy to established domains such as nation, history, literature, and gender Engages with contemporary concerns such as globalization, digital cultures, neo. The majority of postcolonial theory and criticism, particularly that relating to literature, recognizes colonialism and postcolonialism as also a form of discourse, that is a socially and politically determined form of language and expression. Thus, postcolonial novels that are written in postcolonial discourse adopt assumptions and attitudes.
‘Postcolonial Politics’ is a series that publishes books that lie at the intersection of politics and postcolonial theory. That point of intersection once barely existed; its recent emergence is enabled, first, because a new form of ‘politics’ is beginning to make its appearance. What does Postcolonial Space offer? As one of the oldest non-institutional academic websites, Postcolonial Space is an ever-growing open academic resource for all those interested in Postcolonialism, Postcolonial theory, and postcolonial literature in its varied guises and matter what area of postcolonial studies you are interested in (Postcolonial Africa; Postcolonial Books.
The central intersection of translation studies and postcolonial theory is that of power relations. Tejaswini Niranjana’s Siting Translation: History, Post-structuralism, and the Colonial Context presents an image of the post-colonial as ‘still scored through by an absentee colonialism’ (Niranjana 8). She sees literary translation as one of the discourses (the others being. Neither critical race nor postcolonial theory can be understood apart from histories of anti-racist and anti-colonial political struggles. But while their specific histories may differ, what critical race and postcolonial theories share in common is the fact that they emerged out of—and represent intellectual challenges to—contexts of racial oppression.
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Postcolonial Theory is a ground-breaking critical introduction to the burgeoning field of postcolonial Gandhi is the first to clearly map out this field in terms of its wider philosophical and intellectual context, drawing important connections between postcolonial theory and poststructuralism, postmodernism, marxism and feminism.
Hook’s book is a very good introduction to the relationship between postcolonial theory and psychology (and psychoanalysis). Drawing on Postcolonial theory book by Homi Bhabha, Frantz Fanon, and others, Hook analyzes anticolonial, postcolonial, and critical race theory approaches to and critiques of psychology.
Books shelved as postcolonial-theory: Orientalism by Edward W. Said, The Wretched of the Earth by Frantz Fanon, The Location of Culture by Homi K. Bhabha. Postcolonial theory gives you total permission to bash that novel. "Sweet!" you're thinking, but hold your intellectual horses because reading a novel (or anything) postcolonially doesn't mean you get to hate a book just because you think it's boring.
Postcolonial Theory is a Postcolonial theory book critical introduction to the burgeoing field of postcolonial studies. Leela Gandhi is the first to clearly map out this field in terms of its wider philosophical and intellectual context, drawing important connections between postcolonial theory and poststructuralism, postmodernism, marxism and feminism/5.
“Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital is a must-read book for students of comparative politics and social theory. Vivek Chibber presents a forceful challenge to the Subaltern Studies school and to postcolonial theory more broadly.
Arguing with great clarity, Chibber raises fundamental objections to their ideas about capitalism Cited by: Postcolonial Theory merits earnest commendation and will stand out as an important contribution to the field.
-- Elise E. Foxworth, Thesis Eleven This book offers far more than an up-to-date audit of postcolonial theory and theorists.
It is a critical engagement with the constitutive figures and forms of postcolonial theory/5(8). Published twenty years ago, Leela Gandhi’s Postcolonial Theory was a landmark description of the field of postcolonial studies in theoretical terms that set its intellectual context alongside poststructuralism, postmodernism, Marxism, and feminism.
Gandhi examined the contributions of major thinkers such as Edward Said, Gayatri Spivak, Homi Bhabha, and the subaltern historians.
Postcolonial theology is the application of postcolonial criticism to Christian is in postcolonial discourse, the term postcolonial is used without a hyphen, denoting an intellectual reaction against the colonial, instead of being merely sequential to it. Postcolonialism criticizes both the Western domination and the imposition of a global economic system of structural inequality.
Thus, postcolonial theory shares many important methods and insights with standpoint feminist epistemological critique. Postcolonialism intersects with the study of the nation-state and emergent nationalism.
This book represents an attempt to align more closely the notion of hybridity in postcolonial studies with the exigencies that led to the founding of this aca-demic discipline itself.
Such exigencies arose from recognizing and studying situations of stark inequalities, which were held in place and legitimated by. Sophie starts the book off with a bang (or a splash) by drowning in the river that runs by Estha and Rahel's village.
The rest of the book deals with how Estha and Rahel grow up while dealing with the death of their cousin. What's so postcolonial about that.
Hint: Sophie's half-English—a major red flag. This book reclaims postcolonial theory, addressing persistent limitations in the geographical, disciplinary, and methodological assumptions of its dominant formations.
It emerges, however, from an investment in the future of postcolonial studies and a commitment to its basic premise: namely, that literature and culture are fundamental to the. light when his book Orientalism was published in and laid the ground for the theory of postcolonialism, sparking a storm of controversy, which didn't die with Said's decease.
European Scientific Journal June /SPECIAL/ edition vol.2 ISSN: – (Print) e - ISSN Ph.D. Field Examination in Postcolonial Literatures The reading list for the Postcolonial Literatures Field Examination consists of two parts: A) the following list of primary and theoretical readings required of every Ph.D.
candidate writing the examination and B) a series ofreadings divided byFile Size: KB. Orientalism Edward Said's signature contribution to academic life is the book Orientalism. It has been influential in about half a dozen established disciplines, especially literary studies (English, comparative literature), history, anthropology, sociology, area studies (especially middle east studies), and comparative religion.
Warwick Anderson, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Postcolonial Genealogies and Antecedents.
Postcolonial studies of science boast a complex genealogy, including relations with South Asian subaltern studies, indigenous knowledge traditions, feminist standpoint theory, colonial histories of science and medicine, and critiques of development. their peoples as its subject matter. The theory is based around concepts of otherness and resistance.
Postcolonial theory became part of the critical toolbox in the s, and many practitioners credit Edward Said’s book Orientalism as being the founding work. Typically, the proponents of the theory examine the ways in which writers fromFile Size: 38KB.
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Ashcroft, Bill, Post colonial studies: the key concepts / Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Grifﬁths & Helen Tifﬁn.
– 2nd ed. Previous ed. published under title: Key concepts in. The purpose of this article is to outline certain options and struggles, which gave rise to postcolonial theory.
The author deals with various experiences of anti-slavery and anti-colonial. Postcolonial Theory is a ground-breaking critical introduction to the burgeoing field of postcolonial studies. Leela Gandhi is the first to clearly map out this field in terms of its wider philosophical and intellectual context, drawing important connections between postcolonial theory and poststructuralism, postmodernism, marxism and feminism.Postcolonial Theory – Leela Gandhi – – Allen & Unwin – Australia.
Research in African Literatures. Book titles OR Journal titles. Page 36 – Hence, it means that principally there are no mysterious incalculable forces that come into play, but rather that one can, in principle, master all things by calculation.Postcolonial thought is an intellectual approach that recognizes the importance of empire and colonialism in the making of the modern world, including the constitution of modern culture and knowledge.
Although postcolonial thought has resonated strongly in the academic humanities, this book explores its implications for social science and, in particular, social theory and : Julian Go.