Table of contents for The post-colonial studies reader / edited by Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths & Helen Tiffin.

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The Post-Colonial Studies Reader
Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin
Preface
General Introduction
Second Edition Introduction
Part I 	Issue and Debates 
	Introduction
1) The Occasion for Speaking
 George Lamming
2) The Economy of Manichean Allegory
 Abdul R. JanMohammed 
3) Orientalism
 Edward W. Said 
4) Can the Subaltern Speak? 
 Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak 
5) Signs Taken for Wonders
 Homi K. Bhabha 
6) Problems in Current Theories of Colonial Discourse 
 Benita Parry
7) The Scramble for Post-colonialism 
 Stephen Slemon
8) Colonialism and Culture 
 Nicholas Dirks
9) The Nature of Things: Arrested Decolonization and Critical Theory 
 Biodun Jefiyo 
10) The Intimacy of Tyranny
 Achille Mbembe
Part II	Universality and Difference 
	Introduction
11) Colonialist Criticism 
 Chinua Achebe
12) Heroic Ethnocentrism: The Idea of Universality in Literature 
 Charles Larson
13)Western Mathematics: The Secret Weapon of Cultural Imperialism 
 Alan J. Bishop
14) Jameson's Rhetoric of Otherness and the 'National Allegory'
 Aijaz Ahmad 
15) The Critique of Eurocentrism 
Tsenay Serequeberhan
Part III	 Representation and Resistance
	Introduction
16) Resistance, Opposition and Representation
 Edward Said
17) Post-Colonial Literatures and Counter-Discourse
 Helen Tiffin
18) Unsettling the Empire: Resistance Theory for the Second World
 Stephen Slemon
19) The Rhetoric of English India 
 Sara Suleri
20) Colonialism, Racism and Representation
Robert Stam and Louise Spence
21) Networks of Resistance
Elleke Boehmer
Part IV	 Nationalism 
	Introduction
22) National Culture 
 Frantz Fanon
23) Imagined Communities 
 Benedict Anderson
24) Nationalism as a Problem 
 Partha Chatterjee
25) The National Longing For Form 
 Timothy Brennan
26) Dissemination: Time, Narrative, and the Margins of the Modern Nation 
 Homi K. Bhabha
27) What Ish my Nation
 David Cairns and Shaun Richards
Part V	 Hybridity 
	Introduction
28) Fossil and Psyche 
 Kirsten Holst-Peterson and Anna Rutherford
29) Named for Victoria, Queen of England
 Chinua Achebe
30) Of the Marvellous Realism of the Haitians 
 Jacques Stephen Aléxis
31) Marvellous Realism - The Way out of Négritude 
 Michael Dash
32) Creolization in Jamaica
 Edward Kamu Braithwaite
33) Cultural Diversity and Cultural Differences 
 Homi K. Bhabha
34) The Cultural Politics of Hybridity 
 Robert Young
Part VI	 Indigeneity 
	Introduction
35) Myth of Authenticity 
 Gareth Griffiths
36) Who Can Write as Other?
 Margery Fee
37) The Representation of the Indigene
 Terry Goldie
38) Postcolonialism, Ideology and Native American Literature 
 Arnold Krupat
39) Indigenous Articulations 
 James Clifford
40) The White Inuit Speaks: Contamination as literary Strategy 
 Diana Brydon
Part VII	 Ethnicity 
	Introduction
41) Who is Ethnic?
 Werner Sollors
42) Identifying Identity 
 Philip Gleason
43) No Master Territories 
 Trinh T. Min-Ha
44) New Ethnicities 
 Stuart Hall
45) After Whiteness
 Michael Hill
46) Towards a New Consciousness
 Gloria Anzaldua
Part VIII	 Race 
	Introduction
47) Race and Racism 
 Tzvetan Todorov
48) Writing Race
 Henry Louis Gates
 49) Race, Time and the Revision of Modernity 
Homi K. Bhabha
50) The Illusions of Race 
Kwame Anthony Appiah
51) Ain't No Black in the Union Jack 
 Paul Gilroy
52) Negritude and Nativism 
 Pal Ahluwalia
Part IX	 Feminism 
Introduction
53) First Things First: Problems of a Feminist Approach to African Literature
 Kirsten Holst-Petersen
54) Decolonising Culture: Toward a Theory for Post-colonial Women's Texts
 Ketu H. Katrak
55) Under Western Eyes: Feminist Scholarship and Colonial Discourses
 Chandra Talpade Mohanty
56) Writing Postcoloniality and Feminism 
 Trinh T. Minh-ha 
57) Woman Skin Deep: Feminism and the Postcolonial Condition
 Sara Suleri 
58) Colonising Bodies and Minds
 Oyèrónké Oyûwùmí 
Part X	 Language
	Introduction
59) The Language of African Literature
Ngugi wa Thiong'o 
60) The Politics of Language 
 Chinua Achebe 
61) The Alchemy of English 
 Braj B. Kachru
62) Language and Spirit 
 Raja Rao
63) Language and Transformation 
 Bill Ashcroft
64) National Language
 Edward Kamau Brathwaite
65) Relexification
 Chantal Zabus
Part XI	 The Body and Performance
	Introduction
66) The Fact of Blackness
 Frantz Fanon
67) In Search of the Lost Body: Redefining the Subject in Caribbean Literature
 Michael Dash
68) The Body as Cultural Signifier
 Russell McDougall
69) Dance, Movement and Resistance Politics
 Helen Gilbert
70) Outlaws of the Text
 Gillian Whitlock
71) Resistant Performance 
 Marvin Carlson
72) On Veiling, Vision and Voyage
 Reina Lewis
Part XII	 History
	Introduction
73) Allegories of Atlas 
 Jose Rabasa 
74) Columbus and the Cannibals
 Peter Hulme
75) The Muse of History 
 Derek Walcott 
76) Spatial History 
 Paul Carter
77) The Limbo Gateway 
 Wilson Harris
78) Postcoloniality and the Artifice of History
 Dipesh Chakrabarty
Part XIII	 Place
	Introduction
(79) Writing in Colonial Space 
 Dennis Lee
80) Naming Place
 Paul Carter
81) Decolonizing the Map
 Graham Huggan
82) Aboriginal Place
 Bob Hodge and Vijay Mishra
83) Indigenous Map Making
 G. Malcolm Lewis
84) The Other Side of the Mountain
 Walter D. Mignolo
Part XIV	 Education
	Introduction 
85) Minute on Indian Education
 Thomas Macaulay
86) The Beginnings of English Literary Study in British India
 Gauri Viswanathan
87) Education and Neocolonialism
Phillip G. Altbach
88) Ideology in the Classroom: A Case Study in the Teaching of English Literature in Canadian 
Universities
 Arun Mukerjee
89) Border and Bridges 
 Ngugi Wa Thiong'o
90) Entrenching English in Trinidad and Tobago
	Norrel A. London
Part XV	 Production and Consumption
	Introduction 
91) The Historiography of African Literature Written in English
	André Lefevre
92) The Book Today in Africa
	S.I.A. Kotei
93) Literary Colonialism: Books in the Third World
	Philip G. Altbach
94) Soft-Soaping Empire
	Anne McClintock
95) Commodities and the Politics of Value
	Arjun Appadurai
96) The Postcolonial Exotic
	Graham Huggan
Part XVI	 Diaspora
	Introduction 
97) Imaginary Homelands
	Salman Rushdie
98) Cultural Identity and Diaspora
	Stuart Hall
99) The Mind of Writer
Edward Said
100) Thinking Through the Concept of Diaspora
	Avtah Brah
101) The Diasporic Imaginary: Theorizing the Indian Diaspora
	Vijay Mishra 
102) Diasporas
	James Clifford
103) Passport Photos
	Amitava Kumar
Part XVII	 Globalization 
	Introduction
104) The Global in the Local
 Arif Dirlik 
105) Disjunction and Difference
 Appadurai, Arjun 
106) Globalization and the Claims of Postcoloniality 
	Simon Gikandi
107) Glocalization
	Roland Robertson
108) Imperial Sovereignty
	Guy Hardt and Antonio Negri
109) Feminist Solidarity Through Anti-Capitalist Struggles
 Chandra Talpade Mohanty
Part XVIII	 Environment
	Introduction 
110) Ecological Imperialism
 Alfred W. Crosby 
111) Green Imperialism
 Richard Grove
112) Trial Statement 
	Ken Saro-Wiwa 
113) Decolonizing Relationships with Nature 
	Val Plumwood
114) The Beaver as Native and Colonist
	Gordon Sayre
115) Old Orders for New
	Cary Wolfe
Part XIX	 The Sacred 
	Introduction
116) Conversion, 'Tradition' and National Consolidation
Gauri Viswanathan
117) God, Gold and Gender
 Laura Donaldson 
118) Reclaiming Our Histories	
	William Baldridge			
119) Orientalism and Religion
 Richard King 
120) Van de Veer, Peter Global Conversions 
	Peter Van de Veer
121) Postcolonializing Biblical Interpretation
	R. S. Sugirathrajah
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Commonwealth literature (English) -- History and criticism.
English literature -- Developing countries -- History and criticism.
Postcolonialism -- Commonwealth countries.
Postcolonialism in literature.
Decolonization in literature.
Imperialism in literature.
Colonies in literature.