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post-colonial

adj
existing or occurring since a colony gained independence: post-colonial Nigeria.
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First, postcolonialism sees the Bible as a text of both problem and solution.
In the process, Harun ruminates on Arab identity, colonialism, postcolonialism, religion, and his own troubled past: his reluctance to participate in the Algerian revolution and his own needless murder of a Frenchman soon after independence.
The goal of FACT (Francophone African & Caribbean Theaters) is to revisit the history of Francophone Black theaters born out of the brutal encounter of Europe, Africa and the Americas, and to evaluate the effects of colonialism and postcolonialism on contemporary France.
Since then, my 'post' scholarship has expanded to include postcolonialism and posthumanism.
This particular literature has emerged from postcolonialism and re-created itself in the globalization of our fast-turning world.
As case studies in postcolonialism go, Angola was in many ways the most fascinating of the former colonies, in that the three parties that were fighting it out there represented, in ideology and patronage alike, the full postimperial spectrum of political hopes and dreams.
The Fiction of Juan Rulfo: Irony, Revolution and Postcolonialism.
The quite extensive introduction is very useful in situating the wide range of debates around postcolonialism and economy, especially economy as theorised within Marxism.
Instead, it is a set of essays which try to merge post-Bandung developments in what was proudly called in 1955 the "Third World" with analyses of postcolonialism and globalization.
In his third chapter, Rieger talks about postcolonialism from a particularly poignant Western-academic viewpoint.
With its focus on literary figures and texts, rather than solely on theory, this volume fills a significant gap in the fields of postcolonialism, global studies, and literary criticism in general.