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Re-Membering the Black Atlantic: On the Poetics and Politics of Literary Memory
Illustrations Introduction PART I LITERARY MEMORY 1 Towards a Poetics of Mnemonic Strategy in Narrative Texts Testimonies: recourse to mental mnemonic resources Interlude: the testimony of OlaudahExpand
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Reading Song Lyrics.
Introduction Toward a Cultural Rhetoric of Lyrics Performativity and Performance Generic Conventions and Cultural Capital Sound and Songfulness Mediality and Musical Multimedia Bridge: Song andExpand
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Torpedoing the authorship of popular music: a reading of Gorillaz' ‘Feel Good Inc.’
This article addresses problems of authorship and creative authority in popular music, in particular in view of a pervasive split between modes of aesthetic production (involving modernistExpand
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Postcolonial piracy : media distribution and cultural production in the global south
Series Editor's Foreword Introduction: Towards a Postcolonial Critique of Modern Piracy Part 1 Conceptions: The Domain of Postcolonial Piracy 1 Revisiting the Pirate Kingdom Ravi Sundaram 2 BeyondExpand
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Recollecting bones: the remains of German-Australian colonial entanglements
ABSTRACT This article critically engages with the different politics of memory involved in debates over the restitution of Indigenous Australian ancestral remains stolen by colonial actors in theExpand
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Getting back to the idea of art as art ‐ an interview with David Dabydeen
In the summer of 2001, I spent a couple of weeks at the British library undertaking research for à project that investigated literary configurations of memory in contemporary Black Atlantic writing.Expand
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The Making of Tupaia’s Map
Tupaia’s Map is one of the most famous and enigmatic artefacts to emerge from the early encounters between Europeans and Pacific Islanders. It was drawn by Tupaia, an arioi priest, chiefly advisorExpand
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The Making of Tupaia’s Map: A Story of the Extent and Mastery of Polynesian Navigation, Competing Systems of Wayfinding on James Cook’s Endeavour, and the Invention of an Ingenious Cartographic System
ABSTRACT Tupaia’s Map is one of the most famous and enigmatic artefacts to emerge from the early encounters between Europeans and Pacific Islanders. It was drawn by Tupaia, an arioi priest, chieflyExpand
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