anticolonialist


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anticolonialist

(ˌæntɪkəˈləʊnɪəlɪst)
n
a person who is opposed to colonialism
adj
opposed to colonialism
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The only person who seems exempt from this harsh assessment is an elderly North African, a lawyer by training and a former militant in the anticolonialist movement: Bji Cad Essebsi, the president of Tunisia.
Notably, the refusal of the party to relinquish its arms allowed it to present itself to the Arab public as an armed anticolonialist resistance project and a military deterrent to Israeli aggression under the banner of the "Party of God." Admittedly, the decision to remain armed motivated the international condemnation of the party as a terrorist organization, thereby establishing from inception the contradictory meaning of the party across contexts.
In the 1930s when the Soviet Union was a patron of anticolonialist movements and one of the few governments actively standing up to fascism, it attracted to its various noncommunist but Moscow-oriented literary organizations large numbers of leftists who were, given this orientation, also confronted by the possibility of buying in, to some degree at least, to the new Soviet literary "method" of Socialist Realism, purveyed at the time as an alternative to Modernism; they were swept up in a wave of the 1930s that was meant to be carrying them back--or forward?--to some form of realism.
"The Voice of Subaltern in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing: An Anticolonialist Approach to the Novel," Journal of Research in Gender Studies 5(2): 350-355.
Nicolaescu, Cristina (2015), "The Voice of Subaltern in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing: An Anticolonialist Approach to the Novel," Journal of Research in Gender Studies 5(2): 350-355.
In British film scholar and activist Sophie Mayer's new book, Political Animals: The New Feminist Cinema, fourth-wave feminism is digital, transnational, transsexual, anticolonialist, and multiplatform.
It is easy to refute the absurdity of the anticolonialist, anti-racist, and anti-fascist attitude of scholars or politicians who try to whitewash Islamism and anti-Zionism.
Raheb's concept of "Empire" places his thought squarely into the anticolonialist narrative that delegitimizes Jewish nationalism as nothing but a subset of Western imperialism.
The Iranian nation's move proved to be of great importance in giving rise to the anticolonialist tendencies all over the region.
"Aime Cesaire's Reworking Of Shakespeare: Anticolonialist Discourse In Une Tempete." Comparative Literature Studies 32.3 (1995): 360-81.