|aPostcolonial theory and the United States :|brace, ethnicity, and literature /|cedited by Amritjit Singh and Peter Schmidt.
|aJackson :|bUniversity Press of Mississippi,|cc2000.
|axx, 471 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|aOn the borders between U.S. studies and postcolonial theory / Amritjit Singh and Peter Schmidt -- Postcolonialism, ideology, and Native American literature / Arnold Krupat -- "Where, by the way, is this train going?" : a case for Black (cultural) studies / Mae G. Henderson -- Refiguring Aztl榥n / Rafael P歋rez-Torres -- Denationalization reconsidered : Asian American cultural criticism at a theoretical crossroads / Sau-ling C. Wong -- Indian literacy, U.S. colonialism, and literary criticism / Maureen Konkle -- Capitalism, black (under)development, and the production of the African-American novel in the 1850s / Carla L. Peterson -- Postcolonial anxiety in classic U.S. literature / Laurence Buell -- Romancing the empire : the embodiment of American masculinity in the popular historical novel of 1890s / Amy Kaplan -- Neither fish, flesh, nor fowl : race and region in the writings of Charles W. Chesnutt / Anne Fleischmann -- Postcolonialism after W.E.B. Du Bois / Kenneth Mastern -- How (!) is an Indian? A contest of stories, round 2 / Jana Sequoya Magdaleno -- Revisioning our Kumblas : transforming feminist and nationalist agendas in three Caribbean women's texts / Rhonda Cobham -- Arab-Americans and the meanings of race / Lisa Suhair Majaj -- Broken English memories : languages of the trans-colony / Juan Flores -- "Born-again Filipino" : Filipino American identity and Asian panethnicity / Leny Mendoza Strobel -- South Asian American literature : "Off the turnpike" of Asian America / Lavina Dhingra shankar and Rajini Srikanth -- Can you go home again? : transgression and transformation in African-American women's and Chicana literary practice / In歋s Salazar -- Hybridity in the Americas : reading Cond歋, Mukherjee, and Hawthorne / Bruce Simon.
|aAmerican literature|xMinority authors|xHistory and criticism.
|aAmerican literature|y20th century|xHistory and criticism.