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" If the effect of colonial power is seen to be the production of hybridization rather than the noisy command of colonialist authority or the silent repression of native traditions, then an important change of perspective occurs. "
Sightlines: Race, Gender, and Nation in Contemporary Australian Theatre - Page 11
by Helen Gilbert - 1998 - 274 pages
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Writing the Colonial Adventure: Race, Gender and Nation in Anglo-Australian ...

Robert Dixon - Biography & Autobiography - 1995 - 228 pages
...Australian texts about Asia and the Pacific. In Bhabha's model, the effect of colonial power is not 'the hegemonic command of colonialist authority or the silent repression of native traditions', but a 'production of hybridization' that 'reveals the ambivalence at the source of traditional discourses...
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From the Ruins of Colonialism: History as Social Memory

Chris Healy - History - 1997 - 249 pages
...back a new tune? It is also a form of hybridity, in the sense of the general argument made by Bhabha: 'If the effect of colonial power is seen to be the production of hybridisation ... [it] enables a form of subversion . . . that turns the discursive conditions of dominance into...
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The Radical in Performance: Between Brecht and Baudrillard

Baz Kershaw - Performing Arts - 1999 - 252 pages
...that is constitutive of the hybrid cultural forms that inevitably are produced by the colonial nexus. If the effect of colonial power is seen to be the...important change of perspective occurs. It reveals ambivalence at the source of traditional discourses on authority and enables a form of subversion,...
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Orientalism and Religion: Postcolonial Theory, India and 'the Mystic East'

Richard King - Religion - 1999 - 283 pages
...native traditions. For Bhabha. this 'reveals the ambivalence at the source of traditional discourses of authority and enables a form of subversion. founded...discursive conditions of dominance into the grounds for intervention'.'4 On this view. the meanings and implications of colonial discourses can never be...
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South African Theatre As/and Intervention

Marcia Shirley Blumberg, Dennis Walder - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 293 pages
...Bhabha asserts that colonial conditions can also produce "native' resistance to colonial authority: If the effect of colonial power is seen to be the production of hybridization rather Ilian the noisy command of colonialist authority or the silent repression of native...
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Unrequited Conquests: Love and Empire in the Colonial Americas

Roland Greene - History - 1999 - 289 pages
...established standpoints suspect. Homi Bhabha describes something like this process when he observes that "if the effect of colonial power is seen to be the production of hybridization rather than the noisy command of colonialist authority or the silent repression of native...
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Another Reason: Science and the Imagination of Modern India

Gyan Prakash - History - 1999 - 304 pages
...Bhabha suggests, is "the sign of the productivity of colonial power, its shifting forces and fixities"; "the effect of colonial power is seen to be the production of hybridization rather than the noisy command of colonialist 71 authority or the silent repression of...
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Political Theory and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Duncan Ivison, Paul Patton - Political Science - 2000 - 323 pages
...influenced as influencing, and the temporality and spatiality of action themselves are multi-dimensional: If the effect of colonial power is seen to be the production of hybridisation rather than the noisy command of colonialist authority or the silent repression of native traditions, then an important...
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Europe and Latin America: Returning the Gaze

Peter R. Beardsell - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 233 pages
...different. 'Faced with the hybridity of its objects/ the colonial power encounters a contradiction. 'If the effect of colonial power is seen to be the production of hybridization rather than the noisy command of colonialist authority or the silent repression of native...
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Changing the Terms: Translating in the Postcolonial Era

Sherry Simon, Paul St-Pierre - History - 2000 - 305 pages
...an issue of cultural relativism. Bhabha argues that an important change of perspective occurs when the "effect of colonial power is seen to be the production of hybridization rather than the noisy command of colonialist authority or the silent repression of native...
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