1st Edition

The Postcolonial Question Common Skies, Divided Horizons

By Iain Chambers, Lidia Curti Copyright 1996
    284 Pages
    by Routledge

    282 Pages
    by Routledge

    Brings together renowed and emerging critical voices to respond to the questions raised by the concept of the 'post-colonial'. The contributors explore the diverse cultures which are shaping our global future.

    Part 1 Critical Landscapes; Chapter 1 The Undone Interval, Trinh T. Minh-ha, Annamaria Morelli; Chapter 2 Route Work: The Black Atlantic and the Politics of Exile, Paul Gilroy; Chapter 3 Different, Youthful, Subjectivities, Angela McRobbie; Chapter 4 Signs of Silence, Lines of Listening, Iain Chambers; Part 2 Post-Colonial Time; Chapter 5 Histories, Empires and the Post-Colonial Moment, Catherine Hall; Chapter 6 African Cities, Historical Memory and Street Buzz, Alessandro Triulzi; Chapter 7 Irishness – Feminist and Post-Colonial, Wanda Balzano; Chapter 8 Ethnic Conflict in Post-Colonial India, Amedeo Maiello; Chapter 9 Black Cultures in Difference, Marie Hélène Laforest; Part 3 Frontier Journeys: The Space of Interrogation; Chapter 10 Between Two Shores, Lidia Curti; Chapter 11 Defining Forces: ‘Race’, Gender and Memories of Empire, Vron Ware; Chapter 12 Identity and Alterity in J. M. Coetzee’s Foe, Laura Di Michele; Chapter 13 The Space of Culture, The Power of Space, Lawrence Grossberg; Chapter 14 Writers from Elsewhere, Stefano Manferlotti; Part 4 Whose World, Whose Home?; Chapter 15 Unpacking my Library … Again, Homi K. Bhabha; Chapter 16 Mass Exoticisms, Clara Gallini; Chapter 17 Some Troubled Homecomings, Demetrio Yocum; Chapter 18 A Tribe Called Europe, Marina De Chiara; Chapter 19 My Son the Fanatic, Hanif Kureishi; Chapter 20 When was ‘The Post-Colonial’? Thinking at the Limit, Stuart Hall;


    Iain Chambers and Lidia Curti both teach at the Istituto Universitario Orientale, Naples.