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Postcolonial resistance

David Jefferess

Postcolonial resistance

culture, liberation and transformation

by David Jefferess

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto .
Written in English


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ISBN 109780802091901

“Jihad in Islam: Colonial Encounter, the Neoliberal Order, and the Muslim Subject of Resistance.” The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences Vol. 26 (4) “Salman Rushdie: Reading the Postcolonial Texts in the Era of Empire.” Postcolonial Text [Online], Vol. 5 (2) 14 pages.   Engaging works of postcolonial fiction, literary criticism, historiography, and cultural theory, Jefferess conceives of resistance and reconciliation as dependent upon the transformation of both the colonial subject and the antagonistic nature of colonial Edition: 2.

Postcolonial theology is the application of postcolonial criticism one of the principal advocates of postcolonial biblical studies, outlined in his book The Bible and the Third World three hermeneutic approaches which emerged after It is arguably the earliest postcolonial resistance to western dominance. In comparison, it seems more. Download Citation | Postcolonial resistance and asian theology | Drawing attention to the otherwise subtle politics of the Asian theological indigenization discourse, this book addresses the.

(shelved 7 times as post-colonial) avg rating — 2,, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Defining Representation Representation is a critical concept not only in postcolonial studies and academia, but in the larger cultural milieu. Read More In Terms & Issues.


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Writers such as Frantz Fanon, Edward Said, and Homi K. Bhabha have explored instances of revolt, opposition, or subversion, but there has been insufficient critical analysis of the concept of resistance, particularly as it relates to liberation or social and Cited by: Naturalizing Africa: Ecological Violence, Agency, and Postcolonial Resistance in African Literature - Kindle edition by Iheka, Cajetan.

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In the mid twentieth century, the political reality of resistance and decolonization lead to the creation of dozens of new states, forming a backdrop to films of that by: 3.'Iheka's Naturalizing Africa is a book that is uncanny in its prescience.

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