Table of contents for Postcolonialisms : an anthology of cultural theory and criticism / edited by Gaurav Desai and Supriya Nair.

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Gaurav Desai and Supriya Nair, Introduction
Ideologies of Imperialism
1. Christopher Columbus, "The Letter of Christopher Columbus on the Discovery of America"
2. Edmund Burke, "Speech in the Impeachment of Warren Hastings"
3. Frederick Lugard, "The Value of British Rule in the Tropics to British Democracy and the Native Races"
The Critique of Colonial Discourse
4. Valentin Y. Mudimbe, "Romanus Pontifex (1454) and the Expansion of Europe"
5. Aimé Césaire, From Discourse on Colonialism
6. Roberto Fern ndez Retamar, "Caliban: Notes Towards a Discussion of Culture in Our America"
7. Edward W. Said, "Introduction" to Orientalism
8. Linda Tuhiwai Smith, `Imperialism, History, Writing and Theory"
The Politics of Language and Literary Studies
9. Thomas Babington Macaulay, "Minute on Indian Education" 
10. Alexander Crummell, "The English Language in Liberia"
11. Ngugi wa Thiong'o, "The Language of African Literature"
12. Carolyn Cooper, "Writing Oral History: Sistren Theatre Collective's Lionheart Gal"
Nationalisms and Nativisms
13. Léopold Sédar Senghor, "Negritude: A Humanism of the Twentieth Century"
14. Chinweizu, Onwuchekwa Jemie, and Ihechukwu Madubuike, "The African Novel and Its Critics (1950-1975)"
15. Frantz Fanon, "On National Culture"
16. Paul Gilroy, "The Tyrannies of Unanimism" 
Hybrid Identities
17. Octave Mannoni, "The Threat of Abandonment"
18. Derek Walcott, "The Caribbean: Culture or Mimicry?"
19. Homi Bhabha, "Of Mimicry and Man: The Ambivalence of Colonial Discourse"
20. Jean Bernabé, Patrick Chamoiseau, and Raphaël Confiant, "In Praise of Creoleness"
21. Jana Sequoya, "How (!) Is an Indian?: A Contest of Stories"
Gender and Sexualities
22. Leila Ahmed, "The Discourse of the Veil"
23. Oyèronké Oy_wùmí, "Colonizing Bodies and Minds: Gender and Colonialism"
24. Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, "Three Women's Texts and a Critique of Imperialism"
25. Timothy S. Chin, "'Bullers' and 'Battymen': Contesting Homophobia in Black Popular Culture and Contemporary Caribbean Literature"
Reading the Subaltern
26. Ranajit Guha, "On Some Aspects of the Historiography of Colonial India"
27. David Lloyd, "Outside History: Irish New Histories and the 'Subalternity Effect'"
28. John Beverley, "Our Rigoberta? I, Rigoberta Menchú, Cultural Authority, and the Problem of Subaltern Agency"
29. Nicholas Thomas, "The Primitivist and the Postcolonial"
Comparative (Post)colonialisms
30. U.S. Congress, "Public Law 103-150"
31. Amy Kaplan, "Manifest Domesticity"
32. Pal Ahluwalia, "When Does a Settler Become a Native?: Citizenship and Identity in a Settler Society"
33. David Chioni Moore, "Is the Post- in Postcolonial the Post- in Post-Soviet?: Toward a Global Postcolonial Critique" 
Globalization and Postcoloniality
34. Stuart Hall, "Thinking the Diaspora: Home-Thoughts from Abroad"
35. Arif Dirlik, "The Postcolonial Aura: Third World Criticism in the Age of Global Capitalism"
36. Rey Chow, "Against the Lures of Diaspora: Minority Discourse, Chinese Women, and Intellectual Hegemony"
37. Simon Gikandi, "Globalization and the Claims of Postcoloniality"
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