Practices of Hybridity
Paragraph Volume 18 Number 1
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|Format: ||Paperback, 100 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 May 1995|
A collection of papers examining minority identity in today's society. Articles include Laura Perez and Ali Behad on the links between the biographical and teaching, Ronnie Scharfman on Jewish writing, Christopher Miller on exile and immigration, and Paulette Williams on the politics of braiding. This book is a special issue of "Paragraph", the journal in modern critical theory.
Table of Contents
Introduction, Mireille Rosello; Dread heads: roles, models, and the Black voice in mainstream news, Paulette M. Caldwell; Hijacking national identities in French sitcoms: stereotypes and gay performance in Les filles d'a cote, Jean Manil; Hallucinations of France and Africa in the Colonial Exhibition of 1931 and Ousmane Soce's Mirages de Paris, Christopher L. Miller; Reflections and confessions on the 'Minority' and Immigrant I.D. Tour, Laura Elisa Perez & Ali Behdad; The critic as tourist: Hottentot Venuses and comparatist glands, Mireille Rosello; Recipes for resistance: the textualization of minority identity in Edmond de Maleh's Mille ans un jour, Ronnie Scharfman.
About the Author
Mireille Rosello is School of English at the
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