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Title The rest write back : discourse and decolonization / edited by Esmaeil Zeiny
Imprint Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston : Brill, [2019]
©2019
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 人文社會聯圖  JV151 .R47 2019    AVAILABLE    30610020614061
Descript xiv, 234 pages ; 24 cm
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Series Studies in critical social sciences, 1573-4234 ; 139
Studies in critical social sciences ; v. 139
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Must non-Europeans think like us? : a critique of modern thoughtlessness in Western and Resten societies / Dustin J. Byrd -- End or continuation of world history : the European, Slavic and American world : a new paradigm? / Rudolf J. Siebert -- Echoes of the past : colonial legacy and Eurocentric humanitarianism / Mladjo Ivanovic -- Women refashion Iran : decolonizing the rehistoricized narratives / Esmaeil Zeiny -- African literature : leadership, plight of the majority and hope / Masumi Hashimoto Odari and Ciarunji Chesain -- Aesthetic hospitality : Mustafa Sa'eed as guest in Tayeb Salih's Season of migration to the North / Hiba Ghanem -- The rest in the white West : after the empire is buried, shadows of your black memory are born / JM. Persánch -- The topography of nostalgia : imaginative geographies and the rise of nationalism / Andrew Ridgeway
"In The Rest Write Back: Discourse and Decolonization, Esmaeil Zeiny brings together a collection of essays that interrogate the colonial legacies, the contemporary power structure and the geopolitics of knowledge production. The scholars in this collection illustrate how the writing-back paradigm engages in a conversation and paves the way for a "dialogical and pluri-versal" world where the Rest is no longer excluded. Among the important features of this book is that it presents ways for "decoloniality" and "epistemic disobedience." This book will be of interest to scholars and students of all Social Science and Humanities disciplines but it is particularly important for those in the disciplines of sociology, postcolonial studies, cultural studies, literature, and theory and philosophy of Social Sciences and Humanities. Contributors include: Dustin J. Byrd, Ciarunji Chesaina, Hiba Ghanem, Mladjo Ivanovic, Masumi Hashimoto Odari, Arjuna Parakrama, JM. Persánch, Andrew Ridgeway, Rudolf J. Siebert, and Esmaeil Zeiny"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Decolonization -- Social aspects
Postcolonialism -- Social aspects
Decolonization in literature
Postcolonialism in literature
Alt Author Zeiny, Esmaeil, editor
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