Beyond Imperial Eyes

  title={Beyond Imperial Eyes},
  author={Claire Frances Lindsay},
The influence of Mary Louise Pratt’s 1992 study, Imperial Eyes: Travel Writing and Transculturation, has been far reaching. That Pratt was persuaded to update and expand her original book in a recently published second edition (2008) is indicative of its canonical status. That a number of the book’s key tenets and terms – such as the ‘contact zone’, ‘autoethnography’ and ‘anti-conquest’ – have been widely appropriated in anthropology, geography, history, philosophy, cultural and literary… 
3 Citations
Material (Re)collections of the ‘Shiny East’: A Late Nineteenth-Century Travel Account by a Young British Woman in India
Millicent Pilkington (1872–1960) travelled from Lancashire to India in 1893 for a year of ‘frivol’. Pilkington was the daughter of Thomas Pilkington, son of William Pilkington, one of the founders of
Nativos migrantes: poesía en la encrucijada
Desmadejando el hilo (agradecimientos) Nativos Migrantes: poesia en la encrucijada (contenido) I. Un lente que se ajusta 1 1. Poesia en la encrucijada: la apuesta transfronteriza 2. El oximoron
Um inglês no Monte Fuji: A expedição político-científica de Rutherford Alcock em 1860 * An English at Mount Fuji: The political-scientific expedition Rutherford Alcock in 1860
Resumo: O presente artigo toma como ponto de partida a expedicao do diplomata ingles  Rutherford Alcock ao monte Fuji, no centro do Japao, em 1860. Com base no relato publicado  por Alcock,


Haunted Journeys: Desire and Transgression in European Travel Writing
Focusing on travel journals by writers, navigators, philosophers, scientists, and anthropologists--from the eighteenth-century grand tour to the modern period--Dennis Porter explores how male authors
Richard Vowell's Not-So-Imperial Eyes: Travel Writing and Adventure in Nineteenth-Century Hispanic America
Richard Vowell was a British mercenary who served in the Wars of Independence in Hispanic America. A study of his writings offers a new perspective from which to reconsider the influential arguments
Encountering the imperial and colonial past through olive schreiner's trooper peter halket of mashonaland[1]
Abstract The feminist writer and theorist Olive Schreiner (1855-1920) published an allegorical novella, Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland, in 1897 which became an instant cause célèbre, not least
Between Two Waters: Narratives of Transculturation in Latin America
Expanding upon existing studies of transculturation, Silvia Spitta shows how Latin American cultures radically transformed, displaced, and subverted Spanish and later European and U.S. cultural
Imperial Eyes: Travel Writing and Transculturation
1st edition contents List of Illustrations Preface Introduction: Criticism in the contact zone Part I Science and sentiment, 1750-1800 Science, planetary consciousness, interiors Narrating the
Post-Nationalism, Globalism, and the New American Studies
Curricula and scholarship in American Studies have changed significantly over the past decade, reflecting the important influences of women's studies, ethnic studies, postmodern and postcolonial
Ambassadors of Culture: The Transamerican Origins of Latino Writing.
PREFACE ix ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xix Chapter 1 "Alone with the Terrible Hurricane": The Occluded History of Transamerican Literature 1 Geografa Nueva: An Alternate History of the American World System 7
Border Matters: Remapping American Cultural Studies
"Border Matters" locates the study of Chicano culture in a broad social context. Jose Saldivar examines issues of representation and expression in a diverse, exciting assortment of texts - corridos,
Coloniality at large : Latin America and the postcolonial debate
About the Series vii Acknowledgments ix Colonialism and Its Replicants / Mabel Morana, Enrique Dussel, and Carlos A. Jauregui 1 Part One. Colonial Encounters, Decolonization, and Cultural Agency