Postcolonial Theory: A Critical Introduction by Leela Gandhi
Postcolonial Theory: A Critical Introduction Leela Gandhi ebook
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 1864484314, 9781864484311
"Postcolonialism and Feminism," Postcolonial Theory: A Critical Introduction. Other drivers include the rapid expansion of the telecommunications system during the dot-com boom and the digitization of . Among his most recent books are: "Beyond Postcolonial Theory" (Palgrave), "Racism and Cultural Studies" (Duke University Press), and "Working through the Contradictions" (Bucknell U Press), and "Critical Interventions: From James Preface to Pilipino Literature (1972); Introduction to Modern Pilipino Literature (1974); Poetics: The Imitation of Action (1978); Balagtas: Florante/Laura (1978); Bulosan: An Introduction with Selections (1983), reprinted several times. (Students are asked An Introduction to Post-colonial Theatre. Vol.17, 'An infantile neurosis' and other works Vol XVII 1917-1919. (or New Criticism), psychoanalysis, structuralism, post-structuralism, New Historicism, reader-response theory, speech-act theory, Marxism, feminism, gender and queer theory, critical race theory, and post-colonial theory. Presentation of the aims and prerequisites of the course. Postcolonial Theory: A Critical Introduction. Postcolonial theory is thus in effect a sub-set of critical theory (Kvasny & Richardson, 2006; Richardson & Robinson, 2007) and as such draws attention to larger concerns (e.g. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1998. The faculty in my program agreed that it should begin with such foundational theories as liberalism and Marxism, then move on to various post-structuralist theories, such as critical theory, postcolonialism and feminism. London: Routledge, 179-204, 2001. A short introduction to the methodology and agenda of cultural studies. As theoretical background we will work with Post-colonial studies, Black Feminism, Critical Racism, Psychoanalysis, Empowerment and Critical Whiteness. Positioning the study of postcommunism and postcolonialism in the context of cultural studies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981. One of the main drivers for IT offshoring is the lower cost of operations in emerging economies.