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Author Yemenedzi-Malathouni, Smatie.

Title Re-inventing/Re-presenting Identities in a Global World
Published Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2012
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Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; INTRODUCTION; PART I; THE RISE OF SILAS LAPHAM AND SISTER CARRIE; RACIAL POLITICS AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF IDENTITY; DWELLING ON THE DISTANCE; THE DIRECTOR'S "CUT"; EX-CENTRIC SPATIAL IMAGES IN ROBERT WILSON'S THEATRE; "THE SAME OLD STORY ONCE AGAIN"; THE AMERICAN SOUTH BETWEEN QUOTATION MARKS ; PART II; HYBRID IDENTITY?; "NAME USES"; HOSTAGE; SOTI TRIANTAFILLOU'S SYNGHORESIS [FORGIVENESS]; CONTRIBUTORS; INDEX
Summary Re-inventing/Re-presenting Identities in a Global World is a collection of twelve selected essays which address the concepts of cultural identity formation and enactment, immigration, diaspora and repatriation, and gender politics within a globalized context. With the peripheral having now become the center of contemporary culture, this volume examines cultural and literary diversities that have emerged from the reciprocal traffic of ideas and influences between cultures, politics, aesthetics .
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Subject Cross-cultural studies.
Globalization -- Social aspects.
Group identity.
Minorities.
Form Electronic book
Author Arapoglu, Eleftheria
Rapatzikou, Tatiani G.
ISBN 1299645585
1443835854 (electronic bk.)
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