Contents

V 11 N 1 - Spring 2004
V 11 N 2 - Fall 2004



Special Issue:
Edward Said

Guest Editor:
Patrick Colm Hogan


Articles
     
Title Author
Page
     
Introduction: The Political and Intellectual Legacy of Edward Said: The Example of Orientalism Patrick Colm Hogan
1
     
Representation and Resistance: Edward Said, 1935-2003 Bill Ashcroft
30
   
I. Theory
     
Appropriating Auerbach: From Said to Postcolonialism Herbert Lindenberger
45
     
Postcolonial Dialogics: Between Edward Said and Antonio Gramsci E. San Juan, Jr.
56
     
Edward W. Said: The Force of Geography Robert P. Marzec
75
   
II. Literature and Culture
     
Assembled Symmetries, False Alterity: Orientalism and National Genesis in The Song of Roland T. Mark Humphries
93
     
Orientalism and Anxiety of Influence: Seeking Sakuntala in Goethe's Faust Lalita Pandit
114
     
Fashioning the Orient through Text and Textiles: Orientalism in Nineteenth Century Fashion Writing Melissa Mullins
143
   
III. Politics
     
Edward Said and Southeast Asian Islam: A Study of Western Representations of
Meccan Pilgrims (Hajiis) in the Dutch East Indies, 1800-1900
Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied
159
     
Reading with Edward Said: Representation and Other Disquieting Gestures Sridevi Menon
176
     
Edward Said and Worldliness: Reading the Hindu Right Chandrima Chakraborty
195
     
Edward Said, Palestine, and the Responsibility of Intellectuals: An Interview with Noam Chomsky Patrick Colm Hogan
210


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