The Winter 2017 issue of the PSA Newsletter is now available to download. This issue is open-themed though inflected by some of the seismic global changes that are shaping the world at the moment, which appear to testify more than ever to the urgency of adopting a postcolonial perspective. Highlights include two articles reflecting on "Brexit", a review of Nikesh Shukla's timely anthology The Good Immigrant, reports on recent postcolonial conferences and projects, announcement of the winner of the PSA/JPW Postgraduate Essay ...
The Summer 2016 issue of the PSA Newsletter is now available to download. This issue focuses on the topic of 'Postcolonial Cities'. Highlights include Léopold Lambert's report from the Calais 'Jungle', Zahira Asmal on Johannesburg as 'Arrival City', Monique Michal Marks on the increased securitization of South Africa's urban centres and photography by Jodi Bieber and Bradley Garrett. You will also find reports on recent conferences and research networks and PSA news. A preview is available here.
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The Winter 2015-16 issue of the PSA Newsletter is now available to download. This issue focuses on the recent PSA Convention on the topic of 'Diasporas', which took place at the University of Leicester in September. Highlights include an interview with keynote speaker John McLeod, paper and panel reports and reviews of recent books that tie in with the convention theme.
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The Spring/Summer 2015 issue of the PSA Newsletter #15 - Spring 2015 is now available to download. The theme for this issue is 'Postcolonialism and/or Feminism' and contains a range of articles, interviews and book reviews related to the topic, as well as reports on recent Postcolonial events and other PSA news.
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WELCOME to the Autumn/Winter issue of the biannual Postcolonial Studies Association newsletter. In this Special Issue we document the recent PSA Conference, which took place at Kingston University, London, on 12 and 13 September 2013. Our congratulations go to the organisers, Andrew Teverson and Sara Upstone, for crafting an excellent event. You must log-in and be a paid-up member in order to view the Newsletter.
ISSUE 13 features a particularly diverse range of contributions, spanning contexts such as the postcolonial Arctic (Roger Norum’s introduction to a conference held in May 2014); German/Jewish postcolonial studies (see Sebastian Musch’s feature article); British media programming since the late 1940s (Khaleelah Jones’ article) and Pakistani fine art (Madeline Clements’ introduction to Second Glance / Double Take, an exhibition held at SOAS in June 2014 in conjunction with the Beyond Islamophobia conference, part of which also travelled to British Culture After ...