Postcolonial Traumas: Memory, Narrative, Resistance

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Abigail Ward
Palgrave Macmillan UK, Oct 12, 2015 - Literary Criticism - 235 pages
This collection of essays explores some new possibilities for understanding postcolonial traumas. It examines representations of both personal and collective traumas around the globe from Palestinian, Caribbean, African American, South African, Maltese, Algerian, Indian, Australian and British writers, directors and artists.

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Lucy Brisley, Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, France Alberto Fernández Carbajal, University of Leicester, UK Sandra Courtman, University of Sheffield, UK Christopher Davis, University of Warwick, UK Pietro Deandrea, University of Torino, Italy Marie Josephine Diamond, Rutgers University, USA Paulina Grz?da, University of Warsaw, Poland Sam Knowles, independent scholar, UK Emily Zobel Marshall, Leeds Beckett University, UK Lyndsey Moore, Lancaster University, UK Ahmad Qabaha, Lancaster University, UK Gillian Roberts, University of Nottingham, UK Abigail Ward, University of Nottingham, UK