Resistance theory/theorizing resistance or two cheers for nativism

  title={Resistance theory/theorizing resistance or two cheers for nativism},
  author={Benita Parry},
Resistance, a Facet of Post-colonialism in Women Characters of Khaled Hosseini’s a Thousand Splendid Suns
This article looks at female level of resistance though the viewpoint of post-colonialism and feminism based on Khaled Hosseini’s novel, Thousand Splendid Suns . The article concentrates on levels of
Feminism, Post-Colonial Discourse and Indian Liminality
The ‘Women Question” was a central issue in the most controversial debates over social reform in early and mid-nineteenth century Bengal-the period of so-called renaissance. What has perplexed
Disruption of the Stereotypical Gender Construction through Afghan Women’s Voices in Khalid Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns
The paper aims to explore Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns(2007) from the deconstructive perspective of gender construction through the untraditional and challenging role of women in
Synthesis: an Anglophone Journal of Comparative Literary Studies
I focus my discussion of Amryl Johnson’s poem “Qu’est-ce Qu’elle Dit”, Erna Brodber’s second novel Myal , and Merle Collins’s The Colour of Forgetting , on the texts’ representations of cultural
Introduction: Action! On Reframing Postcolonial Patrimony
This introductory essay begins with the premise that, in postcolonial studies, the matter of patrimony has figured only implicitly or peripherally. What happens, then, when it moves to the center of
Purpose of the study: The research explores the gender relation and coercion on the marginalized section—women primarily due to socialized stereotypes in Hosseini's bestselling A Thousand Splendid
Women under Patriarchy: A Postcolonial Feminist Critique of Wole Soyinka’s The Lion and the Jewel
This research paper is focused on the exploration of female exploitation in Wole Soyinka's The Lion and the Jewel in the context of postcolonial Nigeria. This paper tries to explore how Wole Soyinka
Resistance in Postcolonial Literature with Reference to Sahar Khalifeh’s Wild Thorns
  • Said Mahmoud
  • Art
    International Journal of Language and Literary Studies
  • 2019
This study presents a theoretical and practical framework of resistance as a concept of postcolonial criticism. It describes different types of resistance as presented in Sahar Khalifeh’s novel Wild
Religion and homosexuality criminalization in Uganda : the contribution of the American anti-homosexual evangelicals towards the 2014 anti-homosexuality law.
Doctor of Philosophy in Biblical and Historical Studies, Theological Studies and Ethics. University of KwaZuliu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg, 2018.