Continental Drift: From National Characters to Virtual

Continental Drift: From National Characters to Virtual

Continental Drift: From National Characters to Virtual Subjects ➦ [Ebook] ➡ Continental Drift: From National Characters to Virtual Subjects By Emily Apter ➱ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk From xenophobic appropriations of Joan of Arc to Afro futurism and cyberpunk the national characters of the colonial era often seem to be dissolving into postnational and virtual subjects In Continent From National PDF/EPUB Ä From xenophobic appropriations of Joan of Arc to Afro futurism and cyberpunk the national characters of the colonial era often seem to be dissolving into postnational and virtual subjects In Continental Drift Emily Apter deftly analyzes the French colonial and postcolonial experience as a case study in Drift: From National Characters to Epub / the erosion of belief in national destiny and the emergence of technologically mediated citizenshipAmong the many topics Apter explores are the fate of national literatures in an increasingly transnational literary climate; the volatile stakes of Albert Camus's life and reputation against the backdrop of Algerian civil strife; the use Continental Drift: Kindle - of literary and theatrical productions to script national character for the colonies; belly dancing and aesthetic theory; and the impact of new media on colonial and postcolonial representation from tourist photography to the videos of Digital Diaspora Continental Drift advances debates not just in postcolonial studies but also in gender identity and cultural studies; ethnography; psychoanalysis; and performance studies.

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