Postcolonial Theory and Francophone Literary Studies
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BeschreibungThis collection brings together methods and insights taken from literary criticism, cultural studies, philosophy, theory, film studies, and linguistics to define new parameters of study for the emerging field of francophone postcolonial studies. While francophone writings share some characteristics indicative of postcolonial literatures in general, they also have their own unique set of characteristics, including issues of migration, stereotyping, continued relationships with France, and creolization. This book gathers together some of the best-known francophone literary scholars to examine various francophone texts through a postcolonial lens.
InhaltsverzeichnisIntroduction; 1. Productive Intersections, by Anne Donadey and H. Adlai Murdoch Part I. Rethinking Theoretical Beginnings; 2. Power, Purpose, the Presumptuousness of Postcoloniality, and Frantz Fanon's Peau noire, masques blancs, by E. Anthony Hurley; 3. Unfathomable Toussaint: The (Un)Making of a Hero, by Elisabeth Mudimbe-Boyi; 4. A Neglected Precursor: Roland Barthes and the Origins of Postcolonialism, by Alec G. Hargreaves; Part II. Postcolonialism, Modernity, and French Identities; 5. Nomadic Thought, Postcolonialism, and Maghrebian Writing, by John D. Erickson; 6. Narratives of Internal Exile: Cixous, Derrida, and the Vichy Years in Algeria, by Ronnie Scharfman; 7. Meinoires d'Immigres: Bougnoul for What? by Kenneth W. Harrow; 8. French Interwar Cinema as Vernacular Modernism: Pabst's Drame de Shanghal (1938), by Winifred Woodhull; Part III. Displacing Francophonie: Migration and Transcultural Identities; 9. Quebec and France: La Francophonie in a Comparative Postcolonial Frame, by Eloise A. Briere; 10. Displaced Discourses: Post(-)coloniality, Francophone Space(s), and the Literature(s) of Immigration in France, by Michel Laronde; 11. The Francophone Postcolonial Field, by Jacques Coursil and Delphine Perret; Part IV. Theorizing the Black Atlantic; 12. Borders, Books, and Points de Repere, by Renee Latrier; 13. Francophone Studies / Postcolonial Studies: "Postcolonializing" through Relation, by Anjali Prabhu and Ato Quayson; 14. Intersections and Trajectories: Francophone Studies and Postcolonial Theory, by Dominic Thomas; 15. Afterword: Francophonie, Postcolonial Studies, and Transnational Feminisms, by Francoise Lionnet
PortraitH. Adlai Murdoch is associate professor of French at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and author of Creole Identity in the French Caribbean Novel. Anne Donadey is associate professor of European studies and women's studies at San Diego State University and author of Recasting Postcolonialism: Women Writing Between Worlds.
Untertitel: First. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: UNIV PR OF FLORIDA
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2004
Seitenanzahl: 304 Seiten