4 edition of Language And Identities in a Postcolony found in the catalog.
September 13, 2005
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Rosalie Finlayson (Editor), Sarah Slabbert (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
In a response to critiques of his On the Postcolony in a African Identities article, Achille Mbembe declared that the book was written at a time when the study of Africa was caught in a Author: Malesela John Lamola. For Mbembe, and also for Fanon, the moment of crucial import comes after decolonization. It is this lengthy and ill-defined moment on which Mbembe focuses in his book, On the Postcolony (). Let us remember Fanon’s assertion, that, ‘for 95% of the population in underdeveloped countries, independence brings no immediate change’ (, 75).
Full Description: "> Reading Rethinking Mission in the Postcolony can create great peace and inner peace. Reading spiritual texts can lower blood pressure and create a great sense of calm, but this shows that reading books with this genre helps people suffering from Missing: Identities. Moments of conceptual potential: Frantz Fanon, the postcolony, and “nonwar communities” Paddy O'Halloran Department of Political and International Studies, UHURU (Unit for Humanities at Rhodes University), Rhodes University, P.O. Grahamstown , South Africa Correspondence [email protected]
A work of ebullient imagination, zest, and wit, Heritage, Culture, and Politics in the Postcolony explores the double life of heritage in the making of modern political identities―as both the fixed capital of national hegemony and the fluid currency of novel visions and claims. The book may evoke an aura of timeless homage, but heritage is Author: Daniel Herwitz. Daniel Herwitz's book deals with the philosophical, cultural, and political paradoxes of heritage in India, South Africa, and the United States. Yet, its scope is much broader than the title implies. Without exaggeration, I would say that this fine text bears upon the human condition in late modernity.
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The issue of language and identity examines how language can become symbolic of the individual or group’s identity. This aspect of language is explored from a variety of angles exhibiting different methods of investigation, and this «smorgasbord» of methods provides ample inspiration for further studies in the field.
Literary Language in the Postcolony: Focus on Southern Africa Margaret Lenta The status of the coloniser's language during a period of colonial rule will be fixed in many colonies by the fact that it functions as the language of government, of the courts and the law, of official documents and of the institutions which the coloniser imports.
This is, by far, the best book on this topic in the English language. Language and Identities provides a thematic reader and highly suitable source for postgraduate courses, and thus should influence a wide audience of future Language And Identities in a Postcolony book in language and identity studies.
- Robert Bevan, School of Welsh, Cardiff University, Wales, Discourse. This thought-provoking and groundbreaking collection of essays—his first book to be published in English—develops and extends debates first ignited by his well-known article "Provisional Notes on the Postcolony," in which he developed his notion of the "banality of power" in contemporary : University of California Press.
Identity construction in Kenya’s multilingual spaces; Chapter 3. Gender and cultural identity in a television show in Botswana; Chapter 4. The English language and the construction of a Cameroon anglophone identity; Chapter 5.
Nation-statehood and linguistic diversity in the postcolony: The case of Portuguese and indigenous languages in. Language: English ISBN Description of the book "On the Postcolony": Achille Mbembe is one of the most brilliant theorists of post colonial studies writing today.
In "On the Postcolony" he profoundly renews our understanding of power and subjectivity in Africa. In a series of provocative essays, Mbembe contests diehard. This thought-provoking and groundbreaking collection of essays--his first book to be published in English--develops and extends debates first ignited by his well-known article ''Provisional Notes on the Postcolony,'' in which he developed his notion of the ''banality of power'' in contemporary Africa.
PROVISIONAL NOTES ON THE POSTCOLONY place. Furthermore, subjects in the postcolony have also had to have a marked ability to manage not just a single identity for themselves but several, which are flexible enough for them to negotiate as and when requiredFile Size: 4MB.
Achille Mbembe's article "African Modes of Self-Writing" (), which is a precursor to his book On the Postcolony (), challenges essentialist conceptions of African identity and their Author: Jeremy Weate. ‘Northern problem’: Postcolony, identity and political [in]stability in cote d’ivoire and togoAuthor: K.
Matereke, N. Salihu. All journal articles featured in African Identities vol 17 issue Postcoloniality and the Postcolony: Theories of the Global and the Local Sverker Finnström, M.A., Dept.
of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, Uppsala University Previously published in the series Working Papers in Cultural Anthropology, No. 7, The postcolony is characterized by a distinctive style of political improvisation, by a tendency to excess and lack of proportion, as well as by distinctive ways identities are multiplied, transformed, and put into circulation.
For the past 15 years, and especially in his book The Postcolony, the Cameroonian philosopher has been advancing a highly original auto-critique of African black racial identity and nationalism that tries to avoid the trap of exculpating colonialism and confirming the prejudices of white racists.
The article suggests that most Indigenous Australian intellectuals are unlikely to find Mbembe's style of post-racialized identity intellectually Cited by: This essay tackles the way the postcolony is refigured in Waciny Laredj’s Aṣābiʿ Lūlītā ().
It makes use of a number of theoretical insights to uncover the interplay between the representation of the colony during the colonial period through a brief examination of the fly metaphor in Nedjma, first published inand that of the : Khalid El Aref. which identity-driven interest—identity deﬁned by culture, confessional or congregational afﬁliation, race, gender, generation, sexual orientation, whatever—becomes the motor of most collection action.
And much else besides. It is from the perspective of “the” postcolony, then, that understanding. Are postcolonies haunted more by criminal violence than other nation-states. The usual answer is yes.
In Law and Disorder in the Postcolony, Jean and John Comaroff and a group of respected theorists show that the question is misplaced: that the predicament of postcolonies arises from their place in a world order dominated by new modes of governance, new sorts of empires, new species of wealth.
Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Language and identities in a postcolony. Frankfurt am Main ; New York: P.
Lang, © This thought-provoking and groundbreaking collection of essays―his first book to be published in English―develops and extends debates first ignited by his well-known article "Provisional Notes on the Postcolony," in which he developed his notion of the "banality of power" in contemporary by: In this book, distinguished anthropologists, political scientists and social historians from Africa, Europe and America make a radical break with much conventional wisdom in postcolonial discourse to explore contemporary African identities in transition.
Identity, Culture and Politics, Volume 3, Number 1, July REVIEW Breaches in the Commonplace Achille Mbembe’s On the Postcolony Ato Quayson* chille Mbembe’s On the Postcolony (Berkeley: University of California Press,pp; bibl.
+ index) is a masterpiece of rhetorical and discursive styles. If you come to this book wanting.define the postcolony as a timespace characterized by proliferation and multiplicity.
As a temporal formation, the postcolony is definitely an era of dispersed entanglements, the unity of which is produced out of differences. From a spatial point of view, it is an overlapping of different, intersected and entwined threads in tension with one.The book brings together 12 chapters, which are divided into three sections: namely, Africa, the Global South, and the Global North.
As such, the volume is able to consider the postcolony (and even conceptualisations beyond the postcolony) in a variety of settings worldwide.