anticolonialist


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anticolonialist

(ˌæntɪkəˈləʊnɪəlɪst)
n
a person who is opposed to colonialism
adj
opposed to colonialism
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Zwemer was not as quick as Mott to pick up the anticolonialist spirit.
The partnership programs offer some guidelines for educators interested in securing the relevance and meaningful productivity of education and training programs within a postmodernist, anticolonialist, social justice agenda.
As a born-again anticolonialist, Harlan was in fact precursor to a rather different breed of American-now seemingly silenced-who supported anticolonial movements in the former colonies.
They all have in common, as in most of my essays, the anticolonialist perspective, the impugnation of the practice of centering on the West.
travel Contact Governors Wales, Empire House, Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff, CF10 5EE Tel 029 20487858; 20484321 GRIFFITH, Kenneth Veteran Welsh actor, who now runs his own TV production company, Breakaway Productions Ltd, specialising in controversial factual programmes, often taking a robust anti-Imperialist or antiColonialist stance.
As Satya Mohanty points out, "for most of us today progressive politics--feminist, antiracist, anticolonialist, and so forth--has increasingly become identified with a critical and demystificatory [postmodern] project that not only interrogates the smugness of traditional claims to truth but is also skeptical of any attempt to seek objectivity" (1997, 16).
As one agent for the Colonial Ministry's secret service noted in early 1936, "The antifascist forces are transforming themselves into anticolonialist forces.
Anticolonialist critics have sought to "demystify the national myths"(1) of empire and to write an alternative history of the colonial encounter.
A year later, while opposing, on anticolonialist grounds, the U.
Somalia's long-standing ethno-cultural homogeneity, unusual in the African context, turned out to be of great importance to stimulate and uphold the anticolonialist fight.
On the whole, the conditions that once brought about anticolonialist responses from African diaspora activists continue in existence today.