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Colonization or globalization? : postcolonial explorations of imperial expansion /

Other Authors: Nagy-Zekmi, Silvia, 1953-, Zabus, Chantal J.
Format: Book
Published: Lanham : Lexington Books, c2010.
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Table of Contents:
  • Preface: The Language of Imperial Expansion /
  • Silvia Nagy-Zekmi and Chantal Zabus
  • I.
  • Neo-Imperial Traces or Premonitions in Modernity
  • Empire, the Question of Representation, and the Erasure of Inhabitancy /
  • Robert P. Marzec
  • Contemporary Hollywood and the Persistence of the Empire: Nostalgia and Post-Imperial Voyeurism in Hallmark's King Solomon's Mines /
  • Paul Ugor
  • British Nostalgia for the Ottoman Past: The Legible Multiethnicity of Old Istanbul in the Works of Barbara Nadel and Jason Goodwin /
  • Hande Tekdemir
  • Utopian Fiction and Imperial Homogeneity: The Case of William Morris's News from Nowhere (1890) and Yussuf Sybaai's The Land of Hypocrisy (1949) /
  • Fadwa Mahmoud Hassan Gad
  • II.
  • Interference of the Imperial Tradition in Asia
  • Colonizing the Mind: Education and Literacy in Colonial India /
  • Sukanya Gupta
  • Re-presenting the Empire: the Picturesque Aesthetic in Satyajit Ray's The Chess Players /
  • Aishwarya Lakshmi
  • Deconstructing the Instant-Mix Imperial Democracy: Arundhati Roy's Political Essays /
  • Geetha Ganapathy-Dore
  • Nuclear Imperialism: The United States and Micronesia /
  • Kathleen Flanagan
  • III.
  • Reformulations of the Imperial Project
  • The Nemesis of Empire as Mimesis /
  • Vladimir Suchan
  • Empire, Allegorical Imperative, and Games of Truth: J. M. Coetzee's Waiting for the Barbarians /
  • Deepa Jani
  • "Child-Emporererer (Vacncy)": Apprehending U.S. Empire through Robert Fitterman's Metropolis /
  • Gilbert Adair
  • "The Armageddon Election" and the Antichrist Debates /
  • Will Harris
  • Imperialism is on the March: Market Tyranny and the Fight Beyond Revolution /
  • Gabrielle Naglieri.