Contents

V 12 N 1 - Spring 2005


Articles
     
Title Author
Page
     
An Interview with Abdulrazak Gurnah Ian Watts
1
     
How Scotland Became Postcolonial: Scottish Lawyers and the Autonomy of Scots Law Paul T. Riggs
9
     
Nationalizing the Woman: Nation and Gender in Tagore's The Home and the World Nivedita Majumdar
24
     
Washing Stones and Mustard Seeds: The Counter-Narrative of Objects in Postcolonial Women's Writing Saikat Majumdar
42
     
Gandhi as Floating Signifier: The 1980s, India, and the Story of Development Nandita Ghosh
63
     
Tuning In (or Out) the Big Voice of Arundhati Roy Following The God of Small Things Geoffrey Kain
86
 
Book Review Essay
     
"Postcolonial Urbanity" Abindin Kusno
96
Imperial Delhi: The British Capital of the Indian Empire,
by Andreas Volwahsen
For the City Yet to Come: Changing Life in Four African Cities,
by AbdouMaliq Simone
Planning Middle Eastern Cities: An Urban Kaleidoscope in a Globalizing World,
edited by Yasser Elsheshtawy
Postcolonial Urbanism: Southeast Asian Cities and Global Processes,
edited by Ryan bishop, John Phillips, and Yeo Wei Wei
 
Book Reviews
     
An Anthology of Women's Travel Writing,
edited by Shirley Foster and Sara Mills
Sara Hallisey
109
     
Postcolonial Approaches to the European Middle Ages: Translating Cultures,
by Ananya Jahanara Kabir and Deanne Williams
Robert Costomiris
110
     
Brand India: Master Images and Narratives in the Backdrop of Globalism,
by Sunanda Mongia
Pravina Cooper
113
     
The Fiction of Nationality in an Era of Transnationalism,
by Nyla Ali Kahn
Sunanda Mongia
115


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