resubject

resubject

(ˌriːsəbˈdʒɛkt)
vb (tr)
to subject again
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Because the narrative structure of informal empire depends on arguments for independence, both structurally (Britain needs Latin America to be free in order to resubject it) and ideologically (such statements of solidarity help mask imperial ambition), it is almost impossible for anti-imperial sentiment to ever stand outside of the imperial project.
Yet there is a certain flatness inherent in such a reading; it resubjects the woman to male determination, thereby replicating and reproducing the male agenda.