Marxism, modernity, and postcolonial studies

Marxism, modernity, and postcolonial studies - Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002. - x, 290 p.:

Includes Index.

Marxism, modernity, and postcolonial studies / Crystal Bartolovich --
Rise of East Asia and the withering away of the interstate system / Giovanni Arrighi --
Fetish of "the West" in postcolonial theory / Neil Lazarus --
Eurocentric Marx and Engels and other related myths / August Nimtz --
Karl Marx, Eurocentrism, and the 1857 Revolt in British India / Pranav Jani --
Misplaced ideas? Locating and dislocating Ireland in colonial and postcolonial studies / Joe Cleary --
Liberation theory : variations on themes of Marxism and modernity / Benita Parry --
Sex, space, and modernity in the work of Rashid Jahan, "Angareywali" / Priyamvada Gopal --
Was there time before race? Capitalist modernity and the origins of racism / Helen Scott --
Postcolonial studies between the European wars : an intellectual history / Timothy Brennan --
Marxism, postcolonialism, and The eighteenth brumaire / Neil Larsen --
Postcolonialism and the problematic of uneven development / E. San Juan, Jr. --
Adorno, authenticity, critique / Keya Ganguly.

By giving substantial attention to issues such as globalisation, racism, and modernity, Marxism, Modernity and Postcolonial Studies provides a specifically Marxist intervention into postcolonial and cultural studies. An international team of contributors locate a common ground of issues engaging Marxist and postcolonial critics alike.

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Communism and society.
Postmodernism -- Social aspects.

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