From exceptionalism to social ecology in southern Africa: isolation, intimacy and environment in Nadine Gordimer’s Get a life
Graham, James (2009) From exceptionalism to social ecology in southern Africa: isolation, intimacy and environment in Nadine Gordimer’s Get a life. In: Rerouting the postcolonial: new directions for a new millenium. Wilson, Janet and Sandru, Cristina and Lawson West, Sarah, eds. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 194-205. ISBN 9780415543255
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Rerouting the Postcolonial re-orientates and re-invigorates the field of Postcolonial Studies in line with recent trends in critical theory, reconnecting the ethical and political with the aesthetic aspect of postcolonial culture.
Bringing together a group of leading and emerging intellectuals, this volume charts and challenges the diversity of postcolonial studies, including sections on: new directions and growth areas from performance and autobiography to diaspora and transnationalism; new subject matters such as sexuality and queer theory, ecocriticism and discussions of areas of Europe as postcolonial spaces; and new theoretical directions such as globalization, fundamentalism, terror and theories of ‘affect’.
Each section incorporates a clear, concise introduction, making this volume both an accessible overview of the field whilst also an invigorating collection of scholarship for the new millennium.
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|Research Areas:||A. > School of Media and Performing Arts > Media > English Language and Literature|
|Depositing User:||Mrs Sue Black|
|Date Deposited:||22 Apr 2010 11:23|
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