Contents

NEW SERIES: V 3 N 2
Fall 2015

A Shadow Falls

 

Articles
     
Title Author
Page
     
Singing Out of the Duo: Kristeva’s Oriental Perspectives Toward Islam Areen Khalifeh
3
     
"My Memory of the Genocide Stops Here": The Poetics of Traumatized Subjectivities and Colonial Inheritance in Tierno Monénembo’s The Oldest Orphan Jenna Sciuto
16
     
Ties that Bind in Opposition: Postcolonial Dynamics of Family and Freedom in Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines Brad Lint
34
     
Blasphemy in the Name of God: Veil, Oppression, and Agency in Tehmina Durrani’s Blasphemy Sreerupa Sengupta
45
     
Searching for Sole: Travel, Landscape, and Dislocation in Alexandra Fuller’s Scribbling the Cat Kerry Vincent
61
     
The Body, the Bomb, and the Domestication of the Technologies of Global Capitalism in the Postcolonial Science Fiction of Manjula Padmanabhan Steven Mollmann
76
Teaching the Postcolonial: Theory and Pedagogy
     
Remixing the Nineteenth Century Gary Totten
101
Book Review Essays
       
"Literary Studies in the Era of World Literature" Durba Basu
113
      Against World Literature: On the Politics of Untranslatability,
by Emily Apter
   
  The Routledge Companion to World Literature,
edited by Theo D’haen, David Damrosch, and Djelal Kadir
   
       
"Cosmopolitanism Redux: A Review Essay" Victor Roudometof
120
  Cosmopolitanism: Uses of the Idea,
by Zlatko Skrbis and Ian Woodward
  Whose Cosmopolitanism? Critical Perspectives, Relationalities, and Discontents,
edited by Nina Glick Schiller and Andrew Irving
   
  After Cosmopolitanism,
edited by Rosi Braidotti, Patrick Hanafin, and Bolette Blaagaard
   
       
"Modernism and the Development of Postcolonial Aesthetics" Kathryn Van Wert
125
  What is a Classic? Postcolonial Rewriting and Invention of the Canon,
by Ankhi Mukherjee
   
  Commonwealth of Letters: British Literary Culture and the Emergence of Postcolonial Aesthetics,
by Peter J. Kalliney
   
  Unseasonable Youth: Modernism, Colonialism, and the Fiction of Development,
by Jed Etsy
   
       
"Rethinking Working Class Writing as Counterglobalist Modes of Labor Internationalism" Anindya Sekhar Purakayashtha and Sankha Maji
125
  No Country: Working Class Writing in the Age of Globalisation,
by Sonali Perrera
   
  Coolie Woman: The Odyssey of Indenture,
by Gaiutra Bahadur
   
 


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