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Contents: Volume 3, Issue 3

Editor's Introduction


Roland Barthes, On Cinemascope.

James Morrison, On Barthes On Cinemascope.

Adrian Fielder, The Politics of Reading the "Postnational":
Hybridity and Neocolonial Critique
in Djibril Diop Mambéty's Hyènes.

Bronwyn Williams, A State of Perpetual Wandering:
Diaspora and Black British Writers.

Jerome McElroy, Four Poems.

Husam A. Mohamad, Inter-Arab Politics and the
Mainstream of the Palestinian Movement:
Changes in Relations and Strategy and their
Implications for the Peace Process.

Stephen Sheehi, Desire for the West, Desire for the Self:
National Love and the Colonial Encounter
in an Early Arabic Novel.

Laura Chrisman and Lawrence Phillips, Postcolonial Studies and the British Academy.

Peter Babiak, The Torture of Articulation:
Teaching Slow Reading in the
Postcolonial Classroom.


Sujata Moorti, Signs of Empire.

Ceridwen Spark, Evaluating Aboriginality.

Philip Holden, Indirect Rule.

Deborah Wyrick, Viewing Baule Art.

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