The PSA Newsletter #19 (Summer 2017): ‘The Future of Postcolonial Studies’

The PSA Newsletter #19 (Summer 2017) is now out. The theme of this issue is ‘The Future of Postcolonial Studies’, inspired by a recent panel discussion organised by the PSA. The issue includes papers presented at the panel, an interview with one of our founding members and a number of related book reviews. You will also be introduced to the new Executive Committee of the PSA, who will serve until 2020.

A preview (the first 10 pages) is attached here and the full newsletter can be downloaded from the PSA Website (http://www.postcolonialstudiesassociation.co.uk/) under the “Members” section. To access the download link, please first log in using your membership details, as the full newsletter is only viewable by paid-up members.

This will be our last issue as News­letter Editors. We would like to sincerely thank our readers and, in particular, all those who have contributed their work over the last three years to make this such a lively space for post­colonial debate. It has been a pleasure working with all of you. We now leave the newsletter in the capable hands of the new editors, Isabelle Hesse and Edward Powell and wish them all the best as they develop the newsletter further.

Sincerely,
The PSA Newsletter editorial team: Lucinda Newns (l.newns@qmul.ac.uk) and Dominic Davies (dominic.davies@ell.ox.ac.uk)

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