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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Daan Manojlovic’s review of Aydemir, Murat, (Ed). Indiscretions: At the Intersection of Queer and Postcolonial Theory.

October 27th, 2012|

"Ferguson argues that ideologies such as Marxism and revolutionary nationalism tend to base their analyses of inequality on privileging one axis of oppression . . . "

i am, yo soy

October 20th, 2012|

"we are la frontera, we are the borderlands we are a both/and people we are selves within a body made of many parts we are interconnected and we are messy"

Defending Vodou in Haiti

October 18th, 2012|

"Since Vodou is an decentralized religion, in such troubled times Vodouists have consolidated their efforts to withstand and survive repression whether from the hand of French colonialists or their own brethren."

Review of Jessica Langer’s Postcolonialism And Science Fiction. New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan, 2011.

October 14th, 2012|

Langer, Jessica. Postcolonialism And Science Fiction. New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan, 2011. 1x +188pp.
Reviewer: Rodney Thomas Jr., miteewarrior@hotmail.com
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to watch Kenya’s first science fiction motion picture, a 22-minute silent short film entitled “Pumzi.” The setting is a dystopian future where Nairobi culture has been repressed by scientific […]

Confessions of a Postcolonially and Corporately Influenced Entrepreneur-Executive

October 3rd, 2012|

"Not unlike business people, scholars are very competitive, but often without the value for collaborative relationships outside of very narrow disciplinary confines. PN is seeking to transform this landscape . . . "