Record:   Prev Next
Title Marxism, modernity, and postcolonial studies / edited by Crystal Bartolovich and Neil Lazarus
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2002
book jacket
Descript 1 online resource (x, 290 pages) : digital, PDF file(s)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series Cultural margins ; 11
Cultural margins ; 11
Note Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 05 Oct 2015)
Marxism, modernity, and postcolonial studies / Crystal Bartolovich -- Rise of East Asia and the withering away of the interstate system / Giovanni Arrighi -- Fetish of "the West" in postcolonial theory / Neil Lazarus -- Eurocentric Marx and Engels and other related myths / August Nimtz -- Karl Marx, Eurocentrism, and the 1857 Revolt in British India / Pranav Jani -- Misplaced ideas? Locating and dislocating Ireland in colonial and postcolonial studies / Joe Cleary -- Liberation theory : variations on themes of Marxism and modernity / Benita Parry -- Sex, space, and modernity in the work of Rashid Jahan, "Angareywali" / Priyamvada Gopal -- Was there time before race? Capitalist modernity and the origins of racism / Helen Scott -- Postcolonial studies between the European wars : an intellectual history / Timothy Brennan -- Marxism, postcolonialism, and The eighteenth brumaire / Neil Larsen -- Postcolonialism and the problematic of uneven development / E. San Juan, Jr. -- Adorno, authenticity, critique / Keya Ganguly
At a time when even much of the political left seems to believe that transnational capitalism is here to stay, Marxism, Modernity and Postcolonial Studies refuses to accept the inevitability of the so-called 'New World Order'. By giving substantial attention to topics such as globalisation, racism, and modernity, it provides a specifically Marxist intervention into postcolonial and cultural studies. An international team of contributors locate a common ground of issues engaging Marxist and postcolonial critics alike. Arguing that Marxism is not the inflexible, monolithic irrelevance some critics assume it to be, this collection aims to open avenues of debate - especially on the crucial concept of 'modernity' - which have been closed off by the widespread neglect of Marxist analysis in postcolonial studies. Politically focused, at times polemical and always provocative, this book is a major contribution to contemporary debates on literary theory, cultural studies, and the definition of postcolonial studies
TAEBDC; 2009
Link Print version: 9780521813679
Subject Communism and society
Postmodernism -- Social aspects
Postcolonialism
Alt Author Bartolovich, Crystal, editor
Lazarus, Neil, 1953- editor
Alt Title Marxism, Modernity & Postcolonial Studies
Record:   Prev Next