Table of contents for Colonialism-postcolonialism / by Ania Loomba.

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Contents:
Acknowledgements
Introduction
1 Situating Colonial and Postcolonial Studies
Defining the terms: Colonialism, Imperialism, Neo-Colonialism, Postcolonialism
From Colonialism to Colonial Discourse
Colonial Discourse
Colonialism and Knowledge
Colonialism and Literature
Textuality, Discourse and Material Processes
2 Colonial and Postcolonial Identities
Constructing Racial and Cultural Difference
Race, Class and Colonialism
Psychoanalysis and Colonial Subjects
Gender, Sexuality and Colonial Discourse
Hybridity
3 Challenging Colonialism
Nationalisms and Pan-Nationalisms
Feminism, Nationalism and Postcolonialism
Can the Subaltern Speak?
Post-Modernism and Postcolonial Studies
Conclusion: Globalisation and the Future of Postcolonial Studies
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Postcolonialism.