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ENG 104: Literature After 1945: Postwar, Postcolonial and Postmodern Literature

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2018

Literary and cultural studies have been radically altered by the introduction of discourses that interrogate colonialism, power, and empire. The unidirectional gaze from center to periphery has been returned, and the resulting parallax has created important anti-colonial frameworks and methodologies for engaging with the literary and cultural production coming from former colonies in Africa, Asia, the Americas, the Caribbean and Pacific Islands. These interrogations, post-colonial and postcolonial, place terms like identity, subjectivity, decolonization, migration, language, terror,...

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