Imperial Desire: Dissident Sexualities And Colonial Literature

Imperial Desire Dissident Sexualities And Colonial Literature An exploration of the intersection of colonialism and homosexuality in fiction and travel writing from Robinson Crusoe to the present this volume brings together two dynamic fields of academic inquir

  • Title: Imperial Desire: Dissident Sexualities And Colonial Literature
  • Author: Philip Joseph Holden Richard J. Ruppel Christopher Lane Tim Middleton Hans Turley Anjali Arondekar John C. Beynon Joseph Allen Boone
  • ISBN: 9780816637652
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
  • An exploration of the intersection of colonialism and homosexuality in fiction and travel writing from Robinson Crusoe to the present, this volume brings together two dynamic fields of academic inquiry colonial discourse analysis, which considers literary texts as expressions of colonial power and queer theory, which interrogates the representation, enforcement, and subvAn exploration of the intersection of colonialism and homosexuality in fiction and travel writing from Robinson Crusoe to the present, this volume brings together two dynamic fields of academic inquiry colonial discourse analysis, which considers literary texts as expressions of colonial power and queer theory, which interrogates the representation, enforcement, and subversions of sexualities in literature and culture These writers reexamine the work of Kipling, Conrad, Forster, Lessing, and others, ranging from male adventure stories to postcolonial novels This volume will provoke and inform readers concerned with gender and sexuality, colonial history and literature, or with any of the works and authors revisited and reexperienced here Contributors Anjali Arondekar, U of California, Santa Cruz John C Beynon, California State U, Fresno Joseph A Boone, USC Sarah Cole, Columbia U Lois Cucullu, U of Minnesota Maria Davidis, Cornell Dennis Denisoff, Ryerson U Mark Forrester, U of Maryland Terry Goldie, York U Christopher Lane, Northwestern U Tim Middleton, Bath Spa U College, UK Hans Turley, U of Connecticut Philip Holden is assistant professor of English at the National University of Singapore Richard J Ruppel is professor and chair in the Department of English at Viterbo University.

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