post-colonial


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post-colonial

adj
existing or occurring since a colony gained independence: post-colonial Nigeria.
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It is unfortunate that Pakistani academia failed to develop indigenous post-colonial theory to intellectually counter colonial patterns,' Dr Murtaza said.
Niles devotes a chapter to post-colonial theory, acknowledging its contributions but also critiquing what he sees as its limitations--most importantly, that those who use it theologically generally do so from the vantage point of Western academia.
ISLAMABAD -- International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI) is going to celebrate the 200th birthday of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, as it will hold a two day seminar titled 'Sir Syed in Post-Colonial Perspective.
This review aims at discussing the main notions as far as the African novel post-colonial period.
The book begins with background on post-colonial transformation and definitions of state, nation, and society.
Twenty-five were written during colonial times (before 1942), fifteen are post-colonial.
Post-colonial writing defines itself by seizing the language of the centre and by replacing it in a discourse fully adapted to the colonized place.
Having tried various authoritarian models in the past, most post-colonial states sooner or later will be giving in to the aspirations of individual and collective democratic freedom.
In their rereading from a post-structuralist, deconstructivist and post-colonial feminist perspective, they create a space from which to access a myriad of authors, positions, tendencies and critical arguments that reorganize the corpus of political theory from the "post-colonies.
In this comparative study, Sabina Sestigiani projects onto some modern Italian literary works a post-colonial gaze that is more typical of, and more "actual" in, her country of adoption, Australia.
Moving on to the art of teaching and learning about art, the Troubled Contemporary Art Practices in the Middle East: Post-colonial conflicts, Pedagogies of art history, and Precarious artistic mobilization conference -- that will take place from June 3 to 4 -- will touch on how we learn about art.
The twenty-first century has witnessed the production of a wealth of new literature in relation both to the history of sexuality in the Islamic world and to the entangled histories of Europe and the Islamic world and the role that Orientalism has played in shaping notions of gender and sexuality through colonial, pre-colonial and post-colonial times.
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