Postcoloniality, Globalization, and Diaspora: What’s Next?

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Ashmita Khasnabish
Rowman & Littlefield, Dec 15, 2019 - Social Science - 140 pages
Postcoloniality, Globalization, and Diaspora: What’s Next? looks forward within the field of postcolonial studies and goes beyond the notion of hybridity and postcolonial reason beyond just portraying it. This volume offers a futuristic vision going beyond the common paradigms of postcolonility, diaspora, and globalization, speculating a framework beyond master-slave dialectic. This new paradigm locates a humanitarian space purifying ego through various forms: writing, philosophizing, and theorizing new ideas. Authors focus on writers from Mauritius to India.
 

Contents

Introduction
1
1 The Battle of Energy between Matter and Spirit
13
2 After Neoliberalism and Poststructuralism
27
3 Between PostColonial and Postcolonial
51
4 Im a believer in the dance of change
71
5 Magical Realism
87
6 Revising the Myth
97
7 Envisioning Global Citizenship
111
Index
123
About the Contributors
127
About the Editor
129
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Ashmita Khasnabish is a lecturer at Lasell University.

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