anticolonialism

anticolonialism

(ˌæntɪkəˈləʊnɪəˌlɪzəm)
n
the opposition to colonialism
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The wave of Egyptian nationalism and anticolonialism that followed the war saw the expulsion of all foreigners, among them Hill's parents.
However, increasingly, the works of Shakespeare have been appropriated by writers within the postcolonial tradition, and the source material has been shaped to allow an ideology inclusive of liberalism and anticolonialism.
Chapter 18 infuses Frantz Fanon and Jurgen Habermas's thoughts in Marcuse, leading to an expanded theory of liberation that attends to anticolonialism and the compatibility between individualization and socialization.
3) Viewed in hindsight, Vietnamese anticolonialism was both a remarkable and remarkably ambitious book.
the work drove home the relationship between anticolonialism and antifascism, East and West.
In much of his writing, Aciman expunges the political ramifications of such an identification with Europe, obscuring the ways in which European-identified Egyptian Jews might have fanned the flames of (and thus made themselves vulnerable to) Arab nationalism and anticolonialism.
So too is the previous chapter's reading of Thomas Moore's obscure Captain Rock, which Nersessian unearths to show how it "articulates an anticolonialism literally grounded upon the metaphoric and material power of Ireland's geology" (128).
He claims that anticolonialism "borrowed" its insights from Enlightenment thinkers whose contribution to anticolonialism has never been fully attended to.
While they rightly question every aspect of their "own" Western culture in the name of progress, they censure liberal Muslims who attempt to do so with Islam, and they choose to side instead with every regressive reactionary in the name of "cultural authenticity" and anticolonialism.
The text makes explicit this racialization of Shawki--whose Egyptian nationality and expressions of Palestinian solidarity already evoke the threat of Third World anticolonialism, Afro-Arab political internationalism, and non-aligned Arab nationalism to the US Cold War capitalist project (Lubin 2014; Daulatzai 2012; McAlister 2005)--as black according to these hegemonic logics of antiblackness.
Shingavi thus reads the novel as "opening] up the possibility of alternative futures to nationalism and anticolonialism, ones that are not coextensive with the independent nation-state, futures that the novel can only imagine.