Table of contents for Postcolonial studies and beyond / edited by Ania Loomba ... [et al.].

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Beyond What? An Introduction
Ania Loomba, Suvir Kaul, Matti Bunzl, Antoinette Burton, and Jed Esty
Part 1	Globalization and the Postcolonial Eclipse	 	
Beyond the Straits: Postcolonial Allegories of the Globe
Peter Hulme	
On Globalization, Again!
Ali Behdad	
The Ruins of Empire: The National and Global Politics of America_s 
Return to Rome
Vilashini Cooppan		
The Economic Image-Function of the Periphery
Timothy Brennan 	
Part 2	Neoliberalism and the Postcolonial World	 	
The End of History, Again? Pursuing the Past in the Postcolony
Jean Comaroff	
A Flight from Freedom
Elizabeth A. Povinelli	
Decomposing Modernity: History and Hierarchy after Development
James Ferguson
"The Deep Thoughts the One in Need Falls Into": Quotidian Experience and the 
Perspectives of Poetry in Postliberation South Africa
Kelwyn Sole	
Between the Burqa and the Beauty Parlor? Globalization, Cultural Nationalism, 
and Feminist Politics	
Nivedita Menon	
Part 3	Beyond the Nation-State (and Back Again)	
Environmentalism and Postcolonialism
Rob Nixon 	
Beyond Black Atlantic and Postcolonial Studies: The South African Differences
of Sol Plaatje and Peter Abrahams
Laura Chrisman 	
Pathways to Postcolonial Nationhood: The Democratization of Difference
in Contemporary Latin America
Florencia E. Mallon	
Traveling Multiculturalism: A Trinational Debate in Translation
Robert Stam and Ella Shohat	
The Ballad of the Sad CafÇ: Israeli Leisure, Palestinian Terror, and the 
Post/colonial Question
Rebecca L. Stein	
Part 4	Postcolonial Studies and the Disciplines in Transformation	
Hybridity and Heresy: Apartheid Comparative Religion in Late Antiquity
Daniel Boyarin	
Eugenic Woman, Semicolonialism, and Colonial Modernity as Problems for 
Postcolonial Theory
Tani E. Barlow	
The Social Construction of Postcolonial Studies
David Scott	
Postcolonial Studies and the Study of History
Frederick Cooper	
The Politics of Postcolonial Modernism
Neil Lazarus	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Postcolonialism -- Congresses.
Globalization -- Congresses.
National state -- Congresses.
Liberalism -- Congresses.