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The Resource Commodifying (post)colonialism : othering, reification, commodification and the new literatures and cultures in English, edited by Rainer Emig and Oliver Lindner, (electronic resource)

Commodifying (post)colonialism : othering, reification, commodification and the new literatures and cultures in English, edited by Rainer Emig and Oliver Lindner, (electronic resource)

Label
Commodifying (post)colonialism : othering, reification, commodification and the new literatures and cultures in English
Title
Commodifying (post)colonialism
Title remainder
othering, reification, commodification and the new literatures and cultures in English
Statement of responsibility
edited by Rainer Emig and Oliver Lindner
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Since its inception in the 1980s, postcolonial theory has greatly enriched academic perspectives on culture and literature. Yet, in the same way that colonial goods and services have long contributed to economic and political growth, postcolonial topics h
Member of
Dewey number
820.800914
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1964-
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  • Emig, Rainer
  • Lindner, Oliver
Series statement
  • Cross/cultures
  • ASNEL papers
Series volume
  • 127
  • 16
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  • English literature
  • Postcolonialism and the arts
Label
Commodifying (post)colonialism : othering, reification, commodification and the new literatures and cultures in English, edited by Rainer Emig and Oliver Lindner, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
mixed
Contents
  • "The dark races stand still, the fair progress" :
  • Matthew Kneale's English Passengers and the intellectual commodification of colonial encounter in Tasmania
  • Wolfgang Funk
  • Alice in Oz :
  • a children's classic between imperial nostalgia and transcultural reinvention
  • Sissy Helff
  • Think local sell global :
  • magical realism, The whale rider, and the market
  • Lars Eckstein
  • Dialogue within changing power-structures :
  • Theory.
  • commodification of black South African women's narratives by white women writers?
  • Ksenia Robbe
  • Phantasmagorical representations of postcolonial cityscapes in Salman Rushdie's Fury (2002) and Suketu Mehta's Maximum city :
  • Bombay lost and found (2004)
  • Cecile Sandten
  • Drama.
  • Amiri Baraka's revisiting of slavery :
  • memory, historical amnesia, and commodification
  • Samy Azouz
  • Moving beyond Irish (post)colonialism by commodifying (post)colonial stage Irishness :
  • Bordieu, capital, and the postcolonial marketplace
  • Martin McDonagh's plays as global commodities
  • Katharina Rennhak
  • Film and pop music.
  • The moveable frontier :
  • John Ford and Howard Hawks at home and in Africa
  • Stephan Laqué
  • "We are the ones you do not see" :
  • the need for a change of focus in filming black Britain
  • Birte Heidemann
  • Exoticism and authenticity in contemporary British-Asian popular culture :
  • Jens Martin Gurr
  • the commodification of difference in Bride & prejudice and Apache Indian's music
  • Sabine Nunius
  • Salman Rushdie superstar :
  • the making of postcolonial literary stardom
  • Ana Cristina Mendes
  • Celebrity conservationism, postcolonialism, and the commodity form
  • Graham Huggan
  • Fiction.
  • "Savage" violence and the colonial body in Nathaniel Crouch's The English acquisitions in Guinea and East India (1708) and in Edward Cooke's A voyage to the South Sea (1712)
  • Oliver Lindner
  • Saccharographies
  • Carl Plasa
Control code
ocn696347803
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxiv, 262 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789042032279
Lccn
2011381706
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)696347803
Label
Commodifying (post)colonialism : othering, reification, commodification and the new literatures and cultures in English, edited by Rainer Emig and Oliver Lindner, (electronic resource)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
mixed
Contents
  • "The dark races stand still, the fair progress" :
  • Matthew Kneale's English Passengers and the intellectual commodification of colonial encounter in Tasmania
  • Wolfgang Funk
  • Alice in Oz :
  • a children's classic between imperial nostalgia and transcultural reinvention
  • Sissy Helff
  • Think local sell global :
  • magical realism, The whale rider, and the market
  • Lars Eckstein
  • Dialogue within changing power-structures :
  • Theory.
  • commodification of black South African women's narratives by white women writers?
  • Ksenia Robbe
  • Phantasmagorical representations of postcolonial cityscapes in Salman Rushdie's Fury (2002) and Suketu Mehta's Maximum city :
  • Bombay lost and found (2004)
  • Cecile Sandten
  • Drama.
  • Amiri Baraka's revisiting of slavery :
  • memory, historical amnesia, and commodification
  • Samy Azouz
  • Moving beyond Irish (post)colonialism by commodifying (post)colonial stage Irishness :
  • Bordieu, capital, and the postcolonial marketplace
  • Martin McDonagh's plays as global commodities
  • Katharina Rennhak
  • Film and pop music.
  • The moveable frontier :
  • John Ford and Howard Hawks at home and in Africa
  • Stephan Laqué
  • "We are the ones you do not see" :
  • the need for a change of focus in filming black Britain
  • Birte Heidemann
  • Exoticism and authenticity in contemporary British-Asian popular culture :
  • Jens Martin Gurr
  • the commodification of difference in Bride & prejudice and Apache Indian's music
  • Sabine Nunius
  • Salman Rushdie superstar :
  • the making of postcolonial literary stardom
  • Ana Cristina Mendes
  • Celebrity conservationism, postcolonialism, and the commodity form
  • Graham Huggan
  • Fiction.
  • "Savage" violence and the colonial body in Nathaniel Crouch's The English acquisitions in Guinea and East India (1708) and in Edward Cooke's A voyage to the South Sea (1712)
  • Oliver Lindner
  • Saccharographies
  • Carl Plasa
Control code
ocn696347803
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxiv, 262 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789042032279
Lccn
2011381706
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)696347803

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