alphabetically by last names
The African refugee and the crisis of European (in)justice in Jenny Erpenbeck’s Go Went Gone
This paper explores Go Went
Gone, a 2015 novel by the German writer, Jenny Erpenbeck on the plight of a
handful of African refugees in Berlin in the context of what has been called the
European refugee/migrant ‘crisis’. The novel’s exploration of the impossible juridical/bureaucratic
obstacles placed before these refugees foreground the ways in which the so-called
‘crisis’ of recent migration to the West can be understood primarily ...
David Theo Goldberg
Professor, Comparative Literature, University of California, Irvine,
Dread, I suggest, is the driving political affect of our current conjuncture. I examine the relational ambiguities of a dread that is more or less global, the dread globalization has prompted (contrasted with the dread of global imperialisms) and the dread of globalization as such.
Paul Gilroy spoke of postcolonial mourning, the nostalgia for a sensed loss of standing in a world bereft of empire, its affordances both material and affective. I ...
It is with great pleasure that we are able to announce the winner and runner-up of this year’s PSA/Journal of Postcolonial Writing PG Essay Prize.
The standard of the competition was extremely high again this year, and the judges were Rachel Farebrother, Rachael Gilmour, Stephen Morton, Alex Padamsee, and Kirk Sides. We would like to thank the judges for their excellent and time-consuming work.
The editors of JPW, Anastasia Valassopoulos and Sarah Lawson Welsh, would like to congratulate both the winner and the runner up for ...
We are delighted to confirm that registration is now live for the PSA 2019 Convention. Please follow the link below to the University of Manchester eStore page, where you can register and pay for convention attendance.
Registration link: https://estore.manchester.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/faculty-of-humanities/school-of-arts-languages-and-culture/psa/postcolonial-studies-association-psa-convention-2019
How much? As a reminder, the registration fee for PSA 2019 will be as follows:
3-day registration fees: Band C (incl. students/unwaged) £60 / Band B £75 / Band A £120
1-day registration fees:Band C (incl. students/unwaged) £40 / Band B £45 / Band A £65
Please note that we cannot make any further reductions to these rates, which already represent a significant reduction/saving, ...
You can now download the full programme for the next PSA Convention at the University of Manchester by clicking below.
Please note that an updated programme will be disseminated in due course nearer the time, with added information about chairs and specific room locations.
For more information, please go to: http://www.postcolonialstudiesassociation.co.uk/2019-convention-programme/
Transmotion: An Online Journal of Postmodern Indigenous Studies, Vol 5, No 1 (2019)
Native American Narratives in a Global Context
In our contemporary moment, the world is seeing an increase in transnational Indigenous and decolonial activist movements. Idle No More, the BDS movement for a Free Palestine, and #NoDAPL and Mni Wiconi have all garnered international attention and trans-cultural calls for solidarity. These movements exemplify and build on long traditions of Indigenous resistance in international contexts and commitments to other marginalized groups. Mindful ...
A postgraduate and early career conference at the Oxford Comparative Criticism and Translation (OCCT) Research Centre, University of Oxford, 22 FEBRUARY 2020
World Literature as a discipline has generated much debate, with scholars vying to define and delimit the field (see Damrosch, Apter, Moretti, Casanova, Spivak). This disruption of the definitional confines of World Literature stands alongside a radical questioning of the parameters of Modernism, Postcolonial, and Comparative Literature studies. Our conference aims to explore the demarcation, widening, and recalibration of ...
238 pages, Routledge
Paperback ISBN 9780367218416Hardback ISBN 9781138494572E-book ISBN 9780367149031
UK and US versions available; South Asian version available in August
This book, companion to the much-acclaimed Dalit Literatures in India, examines questions of aesthetics and literary representation in a wide range of Dalit literary texts. It looks at how Dalit literature, born from the struggle against social and political injustice, invokes the rich and complex legacy of oral, folk and performative traditions of marginalised voices. The essays and interviews systematically explore a ...
316 pages, ISBN 978-2-36781-291-5, Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée
French Guyane, Guyana and Suriname are not often focused on. Sometimes French Guyane is believed to be an island, and one often wonders where Guyana is situated, or Suriname. This collection of essays aims to increase the visibility of the Guyanas and more particularly of the three countries mentioned above. It also means to contribute to scholarship already published and share the knowledge across various disciplinary fields. It will question the traditional divide ...