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BK
2nd ed.
London : Routledge, 2006
xxviii, 587 s. : il. ; 25 cm

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ISBN 0-415-34565-0 (brož.) ISBN !978-0-415-34565-1 (chyb.)
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. [541]-575, bibliografické odkazy a rejstřík
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Contents // List of figures xvii // Preface xix // Acknowledgements xxi // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1 // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO THE SECOND EDITION 5 // PART ONE Issues and Debates // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART ONE 9 // 1 George Lamming : THE OCCASION FOR SPEAKING 14 // 2 Abdul R. JanMohamed : THE ECONOMY OF MANICHEAN ALLEGORY 19 // 3 Edward W. Said : ORIENTALISM 24 // 4 Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak : CAN THE SUBALTERN SPEAK? 28 // 5 Homi K. Bhabha : SIGNS TAKEN FOR WONDERS 38 // 6 Benita Parry : PROBLEMS IN CURRENT THEORIES OF COLONIAL DISCOURSE // 7 Stephen Slemon : THE SCRAMBLE FOR POST-COLONIALISM // 8 Nicholas B. Dirks : COLONIALISM AND CULTURE // 9 Biodun Jeyifo : THE NATURE OF THINGS: ARRESTED DECOLONIZATION AND CRITICAL THEORY // 10 Achille Mbembe : THE INTIMACY OF TYRANNY // PART TWO // Universality and Difference // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART TWO // 11 Chinua Achebe : COLONIALIST CRITICISM // 12 Charles Larson : HEROIC ETHNOCENTRISM: THE IDEA OF UNIVERSALITY IN LITERÁTU RE // 13 Alan J. Bishop : WESTERN MATHEMATICS: THE SECRET WEAPON OF CULTURAL IMPERIALISM // 14 Aijaz Ahmad : JAMESON’S RHETORIC OF OTHERNESS AND THE ’NATIONAL ALLEGORY’ // 15 Tsenay Serequeberhan : THE CRITIQUE OF EUROCENTRISM // PART THREE // Representation and Resistance // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART THREE // 16 Edward W. Said : RESISTANCE, OPPOSITION AND REPRESENTATION 95 // 17 Helen Tiffin : POST-COLONIAL LITERATURES AND COUNTER - DISCOURSE 99 // 18 Stephen Slemon : UNSETTLING THE EMPIRE: RESISTANCE THEORY FOR THE SECOND WORLD 102 // 19 Sara Suleri : THE RHETORIC OF ENGLISH INDIA 107 // 20 Robert Stam and Louise Spence : COLONIALISM, RACISM AND REPRESENTATION 109 // 21 Elleke Boehmer : NETWORKS OF RESISTANCE 113 //
PART FOUR Nationalism // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART FOUR 117 // 22 Frantz Fanon : NATIONAL CULTURE 119 // 23 Benedict Anderson 123 : IMAGINED COMMUNITIES 123 // 24 Partha Chatterjee : NATIONALISM AS A PROBLEM 126 // 25 Timothy Brennan : THE NATIONAL LONGING FOR FORM 128 // 26 Homi K. Bhabha : DISSEMINATION: TIME, NARRATIVE, AND THE MARGINS OF THE MODERN NATION 132 // 27 David Cairns and Shaun Richards : WHAT ISH MY NATION? 134 // PART FIVE Hybridity // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART FIVE 137 // 28 Kirsten Holst Petersen and Anna Rutherford : FOSSIL AND PSYCHE 139 // 29 Chinua Achebe : NAMED FOR VICTORIA, QUEEN OF ENGLAND 143 // 30 Jacques Stephen Aléxis : OF THE MARVELLOUS REALISM OF THE HAITIANS 146 // 31 Michael Dash : MARVELLOUS REALISM: THE WAY OUT OF NÉGRITUDE 150 // 32 Edward Kamau Brathwaite : CREOLIZATION IN JAMAICA 152 // 33 Homi K. Bhabha : CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND CULTURAL DIFFERENCES 155 // 34 Robert Young : THE CULTURAL POLITICS OF HYBRIDITY 158 // PART SIX Indigeneity // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART SIX 163 // 35 Gareth Griffiths : THE MYTH OF AUTHENTICITY 165 // 36 Margery Fee : WHO CAN WRITE AS OTHER? 169 // 37 Terry Goldie : THE REPRESENTATION OF THE INDIGENE 172 // 38 Arnold Krupat : POSTCOLONIALISM, IDEOLOGY, AND NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE 176 // 39 James Clifford : INDIGENOUS ARTICULATIONS 180 // 40 Diana Brydon : THE WHITE INUIT SPEAKS: CONTAMINATION AS LITERARY STRATEGY 184 // PART SEVEN Ethnicity // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART SEVEN 189 // 41 Werner Sollors : WHO IS ETHNIC? 191 // 42 Philip Gleason : IDENTIFYING IDENTITY 194 // 43 Trinh T. Minh-ha : NO MASTER TERRITORIES 196 // 44 Stuart Hall : NEW ETHNICITIES 199 // 45 Mike Hill : AFTER WHITENESS 203 // 46 Gloria Anzaldúa : TOWARDS A NEW CONSCIOUSNESS 208 // PART EIGHT // Race //
Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART EIGHT 211 // 47 Tzvetan Todorov : RACE AND RACISM 213 // 48 Henry Louis Gates : WRITING RACE 216 // 49 Homi K. Bhabha // RACE, TIME AND THE REVISION OF MODERNITY 219 // 50 Kwame Anthony Appiah : THE ILLUSIONS OF RACE 224 // 51 Paul Gilroy : THERE AIN’T NO BLACK IN THE UNION JACK 227 // 52 Pal Ahluwalia : NÉGRITUDE AND NATIVISM 230 // PART NINE Feminism // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART NINE 233 // 53 Kirsten Holst Petersen : FIRST THINGS FIRST: PROBLEMS OF A FEMINIST APPROACH TO AFRICAN LITERATURE 235 // 54 Ketu H. Katrak : DECOLONIZING CULTURE: TOWARD A THEORY FOR POSTCOLONIAL WOMEN’S TEXTS 239 // 55 Chandra Talpade Mohanty : UNDER WESTERN EYES: FEMINIST SCHOLARSHIP AND COLONIAL DISCOURSES 242 // 56 Trinh T. Minh-ha : WRITING POSTCOLONIALITY AND FEMINISM 246 // 57 Sara Suleri : WOMAN SKIN DEEP: FEMINISM AND THE POSTCOLONIAL /CONDITION 250 // 58 Oyèrónké Oyewùmí : COLONIZING BODIES AND MINDS 256 // PART TEN Language // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART TEN 261 // 59 Ngugi Wa Thiong’o : THE LANGUAGE OF AFRICAN LITERATURE 263 // 60 Chinua Achebe : THE POLITICS OF LANGUAGE 268 // 61 Braj B. Kachru : THE ALCHEMY OF ENGLISH 272 // 62 Raja Rao : LANGUAGE AND SPIRIT 276 // 63 Bill Ashcroft : LANGUAGE AND TRANSFORMATION 277 // 64 Edward Kamau Brathwaite : NATION LANGUAGE 281 // 65 Chantal Zabus : RELEXIFICATION 285 // PART ELEVEN // The Body and Performance // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION ELEVEN 289 // 66 Frantz Fanon : THE FACT OF BLACKNESS 291 // 67 Michael Dash : IN SEARCH OF THE LOST BODY: REDEFINING THE SUBJECT IN CARIBBEAN LITERATURE 295 // 68 Russell McDougall : THE BODY AS CULTURAL SIGNIFIER 298 // 69 Helen Gilbert : DANCE, MOVEMENT AND RESISTANCE POLITICS 302 // 70 Gillian Whitlock : OUTLAWS OF THE TEXT 306 //
71 Marvin Carlson : RESISTANT PERFORMANCE 309 // 72 Reina Lewis : ON VEILING, VISION AND VOYAGE 313 : PART TWELVE History : Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART TWELVE 317 // 73 José Rabasa : ALLEGORIES OF ATLAS // 319 // 74 Peter Hulme : COLUMBUS AND THE CANNIBALS 325 // 75 Derek Walcott : THE MUSE OF HISTORY 329 // 76 Paul Carter : SPATIAL HISTORY 333 // 77 Wilson Harris : THE LIMBO GATEWAY 336 // 78 Dipesh Chakrabarty : POSTCOLONIALITY AND THE ARTIFICE OF HISTORY 340 // PART THIRTEEN Place // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART THIRTEEN 345 // 79 Dennis Lee : WRITING IN COLONIAL SPACE 347 // 80 Paul Carter : NAMING PLACE 351 // 81 Graham Huggan : DECOLONIZING THE MAP 355 // 82 Bob Hodge and Vijay Mishra : ABORIGINAL PLACE 359 // 83 G. Malcolm Lewis : INDIGENOUS MAP MAKING 364 // 84 Walter Mignolo : THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN 367 // PART FOURTEEN Education // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART FOURTEEN 371 // 85 Thomas Macaulay : MINUTE ON INDIAN EDUCATION 374 // 86 Gauri Viswanathan : THE BEGINNINGS OF ENGLISH LITERARY STUDY IN BRITISH INDIA 376 // 87 Philip G. Altbach : EDUCATION AND NEOCOLONIALISM 381 // 88 Arun P. Mukherjee : IDEOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM: A CASE STUDY IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH LITERATURE IN CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES 385 // 89 Ngugi Wa Thiong’o : BORDERS AND BRIDGES 389 // 90 Norrel A. London : ENTRENCHING ENGLISH IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 393 // PART FIFTEEN Production and Consumption // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART FIFTEEN 397 // 91 André Lefevre : THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF AFRICAN LITERATURE WRITTEN IN ENGLISH 399 // 92 S. I. A. Kotei : THE BOOK TODAY IN AFRICA 404 // 93 Philip G. Altbach : LITERARY COLONIALISM: BOOKS IN THE THIRD WORLD 408 // 94 Anne McClintock : SOFT-SOAPING EMPIRE 413 //
95 Arjun Appadurai : COMMODITIES AND THE POLITICS OF VALUE 417 // 96 Graham Huggan : THE POSTCOLONIAL EXOTIC 421 // PART SIXTEEN Diaspora // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART SIXTEEN 425 // 97 Salman Rushdie : IMAGINARY HOMELANDS 428 // 98 Stuart Hall : CULTURAL IDENTITY AND DIASPORA 435 // 99 Edward W. Said : THE MIND OF WINTER 439 // 100 Avtah Brah : THINKING THROUGH THE CONCEPT OF DIASPORA 443 // 101 Vijay Mishra : THE DIASPORIC IMAGINARY: THEORIZING THE INDIAN DIASPORA 447 // 102 James Clifford : DIASPORAS 451 // 103 Amitava Kumar : PASSPORT PHOTOS 455 // PART SEVENTEEN Globalization // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION PART SEVENTEEN 461 // 104 Arif Dirlik : THE GLOBAL IN THE LOCAL 463 // 105 Arjun Appadurai : DISJUNCTION AND DIFFERENCE 468 // 106 Simon Gikandi : GLOBALIZATION AND THE CLAIMS OF POSTCOLONIALITY 473 // 107 Roland Robertson : GLOCALIZATION 477 // 108 Guy Hardt and Antonio Negri : IMPERIAL SOVEREIGNTY 481 // 109 Chandra Talpade Mohanty : FEMINIST SOLIDARITY THROUGH ANTICAPITALIST STRUGGLES 485 // PART EIGHTEEN Environment // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART EIGHTEEN 491 // 110 Alfred W. Crosby : ECOLOGICAL IMPERIALISM 494 // 111 Richard Grove : GREEN IMPERIALISM 498 // 112 Ken Saro-Wiwa : TRIAL STATEMENT 501 // 113 Val Plumwood : DECOLONIZING RELATIONSHIPS WITH NATURE 503 // 114 Gordon Sayre : THE BEAVER AS NATIVE AND AS COLONIST 507 // 115 Cary Wolfe : OLD ORDERS FOR NEW 511 // PART NINETEEN The Sacred // Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin : INTRODUCTION TO PART NINETEEN 517 // 116 Gauri Viswanathan : CONVERSION, ’TRADITION’ AND NATIONAL CONSOLIDATION 519 // 117 Laura E. Donaldson : GOD, GOLD, AND GENDER 522 // 118 William Baldridge : RECLAIMING OUR HISTORIES 528 // 119 Richard King : ORIENTALISM AND RELIGION 531 : 120 Peter Van der Veer : GLOBAL CONVERSIONS //
121 R. S. Sugirtharajah : POSTCOLONIALIZING BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION 537 // Bibliography 541 // Index 576

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