Sentiment and Exploitation in British Literary Representations of Eighteenth-Century India
This article argues that Henry Mackenzie’s novel, The Man of Feeling (1771), represents an important shift in British literary...
Politics of Representation
(De)orientalizing Muslim Women in Tariq Ali's "Shadows of the Pomegranate Tree" and "The Book of Saladin"
This article takes a feminist viewpoint to highlight the lives and religious identities of Muslim women who are victims of pervasive negative...
How Borders Torment Paperless Refugee Women in the Era of Globalization
Le Voile de la Peur (Veil of Fear) by Samia Shariff (2006) is the French autobiography of an abused Algerian wife who describes her forced...
The Freedman in Soyinka's "The Man Died"
The Nigerian Civil War fought from 1966 to 1970 has evoked emotions and enthroned writers that have either recaptured their experiences or told...
“A Pilgrim with Swelling Visions”
A Review of Nduka Otiono’s "DisPlace"
Review of: Otiono, Nduka. DisPlace: The Poetry of Nduka Otiono, Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2001
Notes on Contributors
Notes on the contributors from Volume 9, Number 2 of the journal of Global Postcolonial Studies