Contents

NEW SERIES: V 4 N 2
Fall 2016

 

Articles
     
Title Author
Page
     
Assia Djebar at the Académie Française: Performing Legacy and Memory Kamal Salhi
3
     
Interrogating the Book of Terror: Pauline Melville’s Eating Air Kathleen Renk
55
     
Mythical Archives: Epistolary Performance of an Imperial Tragedy Nida Sajid
68
     
“His Blood Was Pure English”: Border Anxiety, Race, and Mimicry in Post-Imperial Mutiny Fiction Shumona Dasgupta
85
     
Teaching the Postcolonial: Theory and Pedagogy World Literature in the Classroom: Some Pedagogical Considerations Aruna Krishnamurthy
101
     
Poetry
       
Helen Lopamudra Basu
119
 
Nine Poems from HIRAETH: Tercets From the Last Archipelago Eileen Tabios
121
 
Book Review Essays
       
“Migrating Peoples and Ideas in Contemporary Drama” Laureano Corces
137
      Performance, Identity, and Immigration Law: A Theatre of Undocumentedness,
by Gad Guterman
   
  Crossing Borders: Intercultural Drama and Theatre at the Turn of the Millennium,
by Bernard Reitz and Alyce von Rothkirch
   
  Performance, Exile and "America",
by Silvija Jestrovic and Yana Meerzon
   
       
“Commodification, Literary Cosmopolitics, and World Englishes: Towards a ‘Transgressive Theory’ of Postcolonialism” Robert Kusek and Wojciech Szymaʼnski
146
  Commodifying (Post)Colonialism: Othering, Reification, Commodification and the New Literatures and Cultures in English,
edited by Rainer Emig and Oliver Lindner
  National Consciousness and Literary Cosmopolitics: Postcolonial Literature in a Global Moment,
by Weihsin Gui
   
  Involuntary Associations: Postcolonial Studies and World Englishes,
by David Huddart
   
       
Book Review
       
Critical Collaborations: Indigeneity, Diaspora, and Ecology in Canadian Literary Studies,
edited by Smaro Kamboureli and Christl Verduyn
Elaine Savory
155
       


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