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Nomadic Identities

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Black Body

Author : Radhika Mohanram
ISBN : 0816635439
Genre : Social Science
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From Algeria to the Antipodes, the female black body, when viewed through the colonial lens, represents all that is dangerous and unknown in an alien land. Its true significance can be understood only through the concept of space, because a "black body" is understood as "black" only outside of its context, its "place" -- and a female black body is doubly out of place. Yet for all its importance to racial identity, Radhika Mohanram argues, space has been submerged and overlooked in postcolonial theory. Accordingly, she develops in Black Body a theory of identity situated within space and place rather than the more familiar models of identity formation that emphasize time. Mohanram's emphasis on space brings out the connections among various strands in postcolonial studies: the politics of displacement, the concept of diasporic identity versus indigenous identity, the identity of woman in the nation and the spatial construction of femininity, the association of the black body with nature and landscape and the white body with knowledge. Drawing on the work of Fanon. Merleau-Ponty, and Levi-Strauss, Black Body interrogates theories produced in the Northern Hemisphere and questions their value for the Southern Hemisphere. The relationship between the female black body and the white male body effectively and tellingly parallels the relationship between the two hemispheres.

The Politics Of Selfhood

Author : Richard Harvey Brown
ISBN : 0816637547
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Modernity Islam And Secularism In Turkey

Author : Alev Çinar
ISBN : 9781452906980
Genre : History
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A fascinating look at the relation between Islam and modernity.

Small Nation Global Cinema

Author : Mette Hjort
ISBN : 9781452907499
Genre : Performing Arts
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Investigates the relationship between globalization and the New Danish Cinema.

Abiding By Sri Lanka

Author : Qadri Ismail
ISBN : 9781452906591
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Ismail demonstrates that the problems in Sri Lanka raise fundamental concerns regarding the relationship between democracies and minorities. He redefines the concept of minority, not as numerical insignificance, but as conceptual space where distinction without domination can be achieved.

Race And Reconciliation

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The Postnational Self

Author : Ulf Hedetoft
ISBN : 081663937X
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What happens to a sense of belonging when national and regional governments, religious organizations, community groups, political parties, and corporations become unstable and incoherent, as they have in these nationalist and postnationalist times? From a richly interdisciplinary perspective, the authors examine notions of citizenship and cultural hybridization, migration and other forms of mobility, displacements and ethnic cleansing, and the nature of national belonging in a world turning ever more fluid, aided by transnational flows of capital, information, people, and ideas.

Immigration And Integration In Canada In The Twenty First Century

Author : James Frideres
ISBN : 1553392167
Genre : Political Science
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The "two-way street" of successful integration requires commitment from both Canadian society writ large and immigrants themselves. Immigration and Integration in Canada in the Twenty-First Century looks at the social, cultural, economic, and political integration of newcomers and minorities and establishes measures for assessing the success of integration practices.

Fluid New York

Author : May Joseph
ISBN : 9780822378884
Genre : History
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Hurricane Sandy was a fierce demonstration of the ecological vulnerability of New York, a city of islands. Yet the storm also revealed the resilience of a metropolis that has started during the past decade to reckon with its aqueous topography. In Fluid New York, May Joseph describes the many ways that New York, and New Yorkers, have begun to incorporate the city's archipelago ecology into plans for a livable and sustainable future. For instance, by cleaning its tidal marshes, the municipality has turned a previously dilapidated waterfront into a space for public leisure and rejuvenation. Joseph considers New York's relation to the water that surrounds and defines it. Her reflections reach back to the city's heyday as a world-class port—a past embodied in a Dutch East India Company cannon recently unearthed from the rubble at the World Trade Center site—and they encompass the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy in 2012. They suggest that New York's future lies in the reclamation of its great water resources—for artistic creativity, civic engagement, and ecological sustainability.

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