By Joel Kuortti, Jopi Nyman
This interdisciplinary selection of serious articles seeks to re-evaluate the idea that of hybridity and its relevance to post-colonial concept and literature. The demanding articles written by means of the world over acclaimed students speak about the usefulness of the time period on the subject of such questions as citizenship, whiteness reports and transnational id politics. as well as constructing theories of hybridity, the articles during this quantity care for the position of hybridity in various literary and cultural phenomena in geographical settings starting from the Pacific to local North the USA. the gathering can pay specific cognizance to questions of hybridity, migrancy and diaspora.
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