Colonial Discourse/ Post-Colonial Theory

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Colonial Discourse/ Post-Colonial Theory

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Laura Chrisman (Editor)
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First Sentence Theorising the nature of colonised subjectivity and of cultural and political resistance raises a number of questions: the place of national and nationalist culture in relation to political liberation; the nature of colonialism's cultural impact on the psyches of the colonised and vice versa; essentialist and anti-essentialist views of cultural identity.
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Isbn10 0231100213
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Languages /languages/eng
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Number Of Pages 569
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Physical Dimensions 9.1 x 6.7 x 1 inches
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Publish Date April 15, 1994
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Publishers Columbia University Press
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Subjects Colonization & independence
Cultural studies
Emigration & Immigration
History & Theory - General
Semiotics & Theory
Literary Criticism & Collections / General
Sociology
Colonies
Decolonization
Postcolonialism
Literary Criticism
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Colonial Discourse/ Post-Colonial Theory
Authors Patrick Williams
Laura Chrisman
Average Rating 2
Categories Literary Criticism
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Description How do states distinguish friends from enemies, partners from competitors, and communities from outsiders? Community Under Anarchy shows how the development of common social identities among political elites can lead to deeper, more cohesive forms of cooperation than what has been previously envisioned by traditional theories of international relations. Drawing from recent advances in social theory and constructivist approaches, Bruce Cronin demonstrates how these cohesive structures evolve from a series of discrete events and processes that help to diminish the conceptual boundaries dividing societies. Community Under Anarchy supports this thesis through a new and original interpretation of the Concert of Europe, the Holy Alliance, and the political integration of Italy and Germany. In the wake of the upheavals created by the French Revolution and the revolutions of 1848, political elites helped to validate new forms of governance by creating transnational reference groups from which they could draw legitimacy. As a result, European states were able to overcome the polarizing effects of anarchy and create a concert system, a common security association, and two amalgamated security communities. The empirical cases demonstrate how socially derived identities can shape state preferences and create new roles for state leaders.
Language en
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Page Count 570
Print Type BOOK
Published Date 1994-01
Publisher Columbia University Press
Ratings Count 1
Subtitle A Reader
Title Colonial Discourse and Post-colonial Theory
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