1st Edition

The Decolonization Reader

Edited By James Le Sueur Copyright 2003
    480 Pages
    by Routledge

    480 Pages
    by Routledge

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    Grouped around the most salient themes, this compilation includes discussions of metropolitan politics, gender, sexuality, race, culture, nationalism and economy, and offers a comparative and interdisciplinary assessment of decolonization.

    The process of decolonization transformed colonial and European metropolitan societies culturally, politically and economically. Its legacy continues to affect postcolonial politics as well as cultural and intellectual life in Europe and its former colonies and overseas territories.

    The Decolonization Reader will provide scholars and students with a thorough understanding of the impact of decolonization on world history and cross-cultural encounters worldwide.

    Reading Decolonization: An Introduction  1. Defining Decolonization  2. Metropolitan Pand International Politics  3. Economy and Labour  4 . Nationalism and Anticolonialism  5. Race and Ethnicity  6. Gender and Sexuality  7. Culture and Contests  8. Postcolonialism: After Decolonization


    James Le Sueur