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Creolizing the nation / Kris F. Sealey.
Sealey, Kris, 1978-
Evanston, Illinois : Northwestern University Press, 2020.
xi, 228 pages ; 23 cm
"Creolizing the Nation develops a new account of how to understand difference, locally and globally. The book analyzes what it means concretely to create emancipatory communities of composite cultures and ways of being"-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- Part One. Setting the Stage: Thinking "Nation" through Creolization -- The Phenomenon of the Nation -- The Time and Place of Creolization -- Part Two. Living Ambiguously: Intersections between Creolization and Latina Feminisms -- On Glissant's Creolization -- Subjectivity Otherwise -- Part Three. The Poetics and Politics of "Community" Otherwise -- Difference, Borders, and Community -- The Composite Community in Fanon's Postcolonial Moment -- Conclusion. Creolizing as an Imperative.
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Creolizing the nation / Kris F Sealey.