Postcolonial studies and post-Soviet societies: The possibilities and the limitations of their intersection

@article{Suboti2015PostcolonialSA,
  title={Postcolonial studies and post-Soviet societies: The possibilities and the limitations of their intersection},
  author={Milan Suboti{\'c}},
  journal={Filozofija I Drustvo},
  year={2015},
  volume={26},
  pages={458-480}
}
Starting with a short review of the postcolonial studies’ origins, this paper considers the question of their application in the study of history and contemporary state of the post-Soviet societies. Aspirations of the leading theorists of postcolonial studies not to restrict their field of research on the relation of imperial metropoles (First World) and its (post)colonial periphery (Third World) have not met with the acceptance in post-Soviet societies’ academia. With the exception… 
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