Cross/Cultures

Readings in Post/Colonial Literatures and Cultures in English

Edited by Gordon Collier, Bénédicte Ledent, Hena Maes-Jelinek†, and Geoffrey Davis

The African- Jamaican Aesthetics Cultural Retention and Transformation Across Borders centres on the use of African Jamaican Aesthetics in Jamaica’s literary traditions and its transformation and transmission in the diaspora.
Series: 
Volume: 
196
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004338005
Expected: 
February 2017
€97,00
$112.00

edited by Daria Tunca, Université de Liège, and Janet Wilson, University of Northampton

This collection of essays focuses on the evocative figures of the ‘gateway’ and the ‘wall’ – both literal and metaphorical – to reflect on the state of postcolonial studies, a dynamic discipline that may itself be seen as permanently ‘under construction’.
Series: 
Volume: 
195
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004337671
E-ISBN: 
9789004337688
Publication date: 
November 2016
€139,00
$166.00

by Michael Sharkey. Volume edited by Gordon Collier.

In The Poetic Eye, Australian poet Michael Sharkey addresses cultural memory, the promotion and reception of poetry, and practical poetics chiefly in Australia and New Zealand.
Series: 
Volume: 
194
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004336438
E-ISBN: 
9789004336476
Publication date: 
November 2016
€199,00
$231.00

Edited by Gordon Collier, Geoffrey V. Davis, Marc Delrez, University of Liège, and Bénédicte Ledent, University of Liège.

Contributions on various areas of postcolonial literature, including the work of Wilson Harris, the ground-breaking writer to whom the influential university teacher and literary critic Hena Maes–Jelinek devoted much of her career.
Series: 
Volume: 
193
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004336421
E-ISBN: 
9789004338081
Publication date: 
November 2016
€143,00
$165.00

Sandra Robinson, Cumberland Lodge, and Alastair Niven, Cumberland Lodge

In Discourses of Empire and Commonwealth, edited by Sandra Robinson and Alastair Niven, a range of contemporary writers and critics reflect on the legacy of imperialism and the role of writers in forging a new, more cosmopolitan identity.
Series: 
Volume: 
192
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004322776
E-ISBN: 
9789004335967
Publication date: 
November 2016
€104,00
$125.00

edited by Anke Bartels, University of Potsdam, Lars Eckstein, University of Potsdam, Nicole Waller, University of Potsdam, and Dirk Wiemann, University of Potsdam

Postcolonial Justice addresses a crucial issue in current postcolonial theory: the question of how to reconcile an ethics of diversity and difference with the normative, if not universal thrust that appears to energize any notion of justice.
Series: 
Volume: 
191
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004335035
Expected: 
March 2017
€126,00
$151.00

edited by Janet Wilson, University of Northampton, and Chris Ringrose, Monash University Melbourne Australia

New Soundings in Postcolonial Writing is a collection of critical essays on postcolonial writing from the Caribbean, England, New Zealand and the Pacific, and features new work by 17 creative writers, all in honour of the postcolonial critic, Bruce King.
Series: 
Volume: 
189
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004326415
E-ISBN: 
9789004329270
Publication date: 
September 2016
€126,00
$151.00

Edited by Cecile Sandten, TU Chemnitz, and Annika Bauer, TU Chemnitz

The volume Re-Inventing the Postcolonial (in the) Metropolis offers a wide-ranging collection of interdisciplinary essays by international scholars that address the postcolonial urban imaginary across five continents.
Series: 
Volume: 
188/20
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004322851
E-ISBN: 
9789004328761
Publication date: 
October 2016
€162,00
$194.00

A. Frances Johnson, University of Melbourne

Australian Fiction as Archival Salvage examines developments in the Australian postcolonial historical novel from 1989 to the present, including seminal experiments in the genre by Kate Grenville, Mudrooroo, Kim Scott, Peter Carey, Rohan Wilson and others.
Series: 
Volume: 
187
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004309975
E-ISBN: 
9789004311671
Publication date: 
November 2015
€97,00
$126.00

by Fatim Boutros.

Slavery is a recurring motif in the writings of Fred D’Aguiar, John Hearne and Caryl Phillips. They narrate the fates of silenced victims who share the traumatic experience of racial violence even if otherwise separated through time, space, and gender.
Series: 
Volume: 
186
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004308145
E-ISBN: 
9789004308152
Publication date: 
November 2015
€47,00
$61.00

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Edited by Katja Sarkowsky, Gesellschaft für Postkoloniale Studien

Published on behalf of the Association for the Study of the New Literatures in English (ASNEL/GNEL). ASNEL Papers is a subseries of Cross/Cultures.
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ISSN: 
1385-2981