Postcolonial Masquerades: Culture and Politics in Literature, Film, Video, and Photography
This study exposes multiple strategies of postcolonial masquerades by offering divergent and varied readings from literature, film, video and photography. By critically engaging the work of minority discourse theorists, film and video artists like Gayatri Spivak, Edward Said, Hanif Kureishi, Salman Rushdie and Pratibha Parmar, the book reflects on the encounters between racial and sexual differences, exile and displacement by suggesting possible ways of destabilizing fixed categories of postcoloniality.
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