From Colonialism to Postcolonial Colonialism: Changing Modes of Domination in the Northern Areas of Pakistan

@article{Skefeld2005FromCT,
  title={From Colonialism to Postcolonial Colonialism: Changing Modes of Domination in the Northern Areas of Pakistan},
  author={Martin Sōkefeld},
  journal={The Journal of Asian Studies},
  year={2005},
  volume={64},
  pages={939 - 973}
}
When was “the postcolonial”? This apparently simple question contains a number of difficulties relating to concepts, epistemology, and temporality (Hall 1996). These problems emerge from the fact that systems of colonization inscribe their marks so deeply upon the societies of both the colonized and the colonizers that they cannot simply be eradicated by the political act of declaring independence. Even after independence, such societies remain heavily under the influence of the “gravity,” to… Expand
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