Colonial Extensions, Postcolonial Decentrings. Cultures and Discourses on the Edge, Peter Lang. 2017

Dirigé par Salhia Ben-Messahel et Vanessa Castejon

Ouvrage publié avec le soutien des laboratoires CECILLE (Université de Lille-SHS) et PLEIADE (Université Paris 13).


Salhia Ben-Messahel & Vanessa Castejon

Colonial and Postcolonial Localities

Postcolonial Memories and the Shattered Self  – Paolo de Meideros

Dorris and Erdrich’s The Crown of Columbus, or Building Up a Hybrid Version of 1492 for a New, Mixed-Blood America – Elisabeth Bouzonviller

An Elegy for the Local in Alistair MacLeod’s Fiction – André Dodeman

Postcolonial Transculturalism

European Views of the Indigenous “Other”, a Study of Responses to Warwick Thornton’s Samson & Delilah – Vanessa Castejon, Ana Cole, Oliver Haag

In Trans/Action: Materializing Cultural Dissent, Activizing Asian Australian Communities – Paul Giffard-Foret

Australian spaces, the reconfiguring of cultural maps and enrootings – Salhia Ben-Messahel

The Transgression of Cultural Discourse

“What sort of world would they build on our remains?” Postcolonial Anxiety in Romesh Gunesekera’s Reef – Sabine Lauret

Calixthe Beyala’s Fiction: Disguised Writing? – Laurence Randall

Legacies of the Empire and Postcolonial Politics

The Black Cultural Archives: Celebrating Caribbean Diaspora Contribution to British Culture and History – Sharon Baptiste

Arab Post-Colonialist Ideologies versus the Arab Colonial State: The Case of Arab Nationalism – Fouad Nohra

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