The first collection to emphasize the complex interaction between gender and postcoloniality. Most people in the world, from Africa to Asia and beyond, live in the aftermath of colonialism. Their day-to-day lives are defined by their past history as colonized peoples, often in ways that are subtle or hard to define. In Dangerous Liaisons, eminent contributors address the issues raised by the postcolonial condition, considering nationhood, history, gender, and identity from an inter-disciplinary perspective. Among the questions they address are: What are the boundaries of race and ethnicity in a diasporic world? How have women been so effectively excluded from national power? What have been the historical aftermaths of different forms of colonialism? What are the cultural and political consequences of colonial partitions of the nation-state? Representing an essential intervention, Dangerous Liaisons is a crucial guidebook for those concerned with understanding postcoloniality at the moment when it is becoming more and more widely discussed.... population, and the magnitude of the problems we face, it would seem imperative that we attract support from non-Indian groups, ... Rayna Green ( Cherokee), Annie Wauneka (Dine), and Susanne Shown Harjo (Lakota/Creek) have, at least at times, ... Indians in general are not comfortable with feminist analysis or action within reservation or urban Indian enclaves. ... business is just another extension of the same old racist, colonialist mentality.138 Janet McCloud explains that aquot;manyanbsp;...
|Author||:||Anne McClintock, Aamir Mufti, Ella Shohat|
|Publisher||:||U of Minnesota Press - 1997|