Postcolonialism An Historical Introduction
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Description: This introductory text explains the historical and theoretical origins of post-colonial theory. The author analyses the concepts and issues involved, explains the meaning of key terms, and interprets the work of some of the major writers concerned.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/16/2001
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.50" tall
|Concepts in History|
|Marx on Colonialism and Imperialism|
|The Third International, to the Baku Congress of the Peoples of the East|
|The Women's International, the Third and the Fourth Internationals|
|Theoretical Practices of the Freedom Struggles|
|Marxism and the National Liberation Movements|
|China, Egypt, Bandung|
|Latin America I: Mariategui, Transculturation and Cultural Dependency|
|Latin America II: Cuba: Guevara, Castro and the Tricontinental|
|Africa I: Anglophone African Socialism|
|Africa II: Nkrumah and Pan-Africanism|
|Africa III: The Senghors and Francophone African Socialism|
|Africa IV: Fanon/Cabral|
|The Subject of Violence: Algeria, Ireland|
|India I: Marxism in India|
|India II: Gandhi's Counter-modernity|
|Edward Said and Colonial Discourse|
|Foucault in Tunisia|
|Subjectivity and History: Derrida in Algeria|
|Epilogue: Tricontinentalism, for a Transnational Social Justice|