author={X Review},
  journal={Australian Feminist Studies},
  pages={367 - 368}
  • X. Review
  • Published 1 November 2005
  • Australian Feminist Studies
Haunted Nations is a much-anticipated book that takes up the challenge of addressing the complex, contemporary manifestations of ‘multiculturalism’ and its intersections with the rapidly developing fields of transnational and diaspora studies. The confluence of postcolonial and multicultural theory is one to which gestures are often made, but substantial address and discussion seem slow in coming. Following on from Framing Marginality: Multicultural Literary Studies , Gunew’s latest book… Expand
Racialisation and the afterlife of colonial divide and rule: a response to Avtar Brah
ABSTRACT In this response to Avtar Brah’s review of Race Otherwise (2017) I briefly clarify the relationship between the concepts ‘racism’, ‘race’ and ‘racialisation’. I expand my framing of the bookExpand
Literacy and the Decolonization of Africa's Intellectual History
In his book In My Father's House Anthony Appiah made a powerful argument for historians and intellectuals at large to recognize the diverse and complex nature of Africa's cultural and historicalExpand
The Negotiation of Trauma in Postcolonial Culture
This thesis seeks to bring Trauma Studies and Postcolonial Studies into closer conjunction. In recent years, each of these fields has attracted much interest. Recent studies of trauma show that,Expand
Alternative Histories in Youssef Ziedan ' s Azazeel : Historiographic Metafiction in the Contemporary Arabic Historical Novel )
Drawing on Linda Hutcheon's theory, this article reads Azazeel as a historiographic metafiction. It argues that the novel not only denounces the so-called religious, or religiously-motivated,Expand
SLIS Student Research Journal, Vol. 1, Iss. 1
Literature illuminating the relationship between contemporary art and historical archives around the turn of the twenty-first century and how these interactions inform the evolution of archives in aExpand
Promises of Peace and Reconciliation: Previewing the Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
  • R. Byrne
  • Political Science
  • European Review
  • 2006
Predictions of the legacies of the ad hoc International Criminal Tribunals reflect far greater expectations for the impact of justice than earlier historical war crimes prosecutions. The mostExpand
‘Peaceful change’ in International Relations: a conceptual archaeology
Abstract As the so-called liberal international order has come under duress, the problem of ‘peaceful change’ has reappeared on the agenda of International Relations (IR), mainly in a realist guiseExpand
From Within to Between Nations: Subnational Comparison across Borders
  • J. Sellers
  • Political Science
  • Perspectives on Politics
  • 2019
Long a staple in the toolkit of American politics, comparison among subnational territorial units has gained increasing currency in comparative politics. A growing portion of subnational research,Expand
Toward a Relational Approach? Common Models of Pious Women's Agency and Pious Feminist Autonomy in Turkey
  • Pınar Dokumacı
  • Sociology
  • Hypatia
  • 2020
Abstract This article reviews the common models of pious women's agency in the literature with respect to pious feminist perceptions in Turkey, and calls for a relational approach to subjectivity andExpand
Romantic nationhood
ABSTRACT Directed by Rizal Mantovani, the film 5cm (2012) tells the story of a group of five young Jakartans united by friendship. To test the strength of their friendship, one group member, Genta,Expand