The Bloomsbury introduction to postcolonial writing : new contexts, new narratives, new debates / edited by Jenni Ramone.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • London, UK ; New York, NY, USA : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2018.
  • ©2018
Description
xiv, 356 pages ; 24 cm

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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (pages 330-353) and index.
Contents
Introduction: Postcolonial literary studies now / Jenni Ramone -- New contexts. 'Another world is possible': radicalizing world literature via the postcolonial/ Wendy Knepper -- The global and the neoliberal: Indra Sinha's Animal's people, from human community to zones of indistinction / Philip Leonard -- Postcolonial economics: literary critiques of inequality / Melissa Kennedy -- The postcolonial book market: reading and the local literary marketplace / Jenni Ramone -- Disaster, governance and (post)colonial literatures / Upamanyu Pablo Mukherjee -- Postcolonial studies in the digital age: an introduction / Roopika Risam -- New narratives. Postcolonial poetry / Emma Bird -- Postcolonial noncitizenship in Australian theatre and performance: twenty-first century paradigms / Emma Cox -- Graphic history: postcolonial texts and contexts / Binita Mehta and Pia Mukherji -- Postcolonial life-writing / Jocelyn Stitt -- Decolonization and postcolonial cinema in Canada, Brazil, Australia and Nigeria / Kerstin Knopf -- Postcolonial gaming: an interview with Seth Alter, creator of Neocolonialism: ruin everything (Subaltern Games) / Seth Alter and Jenni Ramone -- New debates. Postcolonial refugees, displacement, dispossession and economies of abandonment in the capitalist world system / Stephen Morton -- Postcolonial sexualities and the intelligibility of dissidence / Humaira Saeed -- Contemporary migration and diaspora studies: current debates and the role of literature / Subha Xavier -- Postcolonial studies and African American literature / John Cullen Gruesser -- Faith, secularism and community in womanist literature from the neocolonial Caribbean / Dawn Miranda Sherratt-Bado -- Secularism in India: principles and policies / Manav Ratti.
ISBN
  • 9781474240086 ((hb))
  • 1474240089 ((hb))
  • 9781474240079 ((pb))
  • 1474240070 ((pb))
LCCN
2017003736
OCLC
936219524
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