Viagra generic canadian, viagra jelquing – Postcolonialist Cheap Prices. Guaranteed Shipping! – The Postcolonialist
"Excitable Speech? Radical Discourse and the Limits of Freedom" (Summer 2015) · Academic Journal · Academic Journal: Summer 2015 (Issue: Vol. 3, Number 1) · Featured · Global Perspectives
Author: Ritu Mathur
A global  ‘War on Terror’ is being waged against women’s rights.[1] A rancid war waged on a historically notorious terrain of gendered, asymmetrical power relations.  A battle of bugle calls[...]
"Excitable Speech? Radical Discourse and the Limits of Freedom" (Summer 2015) · Academic Journal · Academic Journal: Summer 2015 (Issue: Vol. 3, Number 1) · Culture · Featured
Author: David Bélanger
On peut lire du désespoir dans la question – fameuse, rituelle, depuis longtemps routinisée – que pose Antoine Compagnon dans sa conférence inaugurale au Collège de France : Pourquoi parler –[...]
"Excitable Speech? Radical Discourse and the Limits of Freedom" (Summer 2015) · Academic Dispatches · Academic Journal: Summer 2015 (Issue: Vol. 3, Number 1) · Culture · Featured
Author: Josefina Bueno Alonso
¿Qué ocurre cuando una novela da que hablar antes de su publicación? ¿Qué ocurre cuando se la conoce sólo por uno de los temas que aborda? Sin duda, la última[...]
"Excitable Speech? Radical Discourse and the Limits of Freedom" (Summer 2015) · Culture · Featured · Global Perspectives · Magazine
Author: Fodei Batty
One of the greatest lies in the modern history of human migration is famously etched at the feet of Lady Liberty herself. The inscription boldly proclaims only a partial reality:[...]
Civil Discourse · Featured · Magazine
Author: Lesley Curtis
A cartoon joking about the ease with which Haitians gained their freedom from French rule bounced around Facebook this week, as protests continued in Baltimore following the death of Freddie[...]
Call for Papers · Featured
Author: The Editors
The Spring/Summer 2015 issue of The Postcolonialist invites submissions that explore, analyze, challenge, and re-stage the complex power dynamics involved in determining “free speech,” “freedom of information,” and “radical speech,”[...]
Civil Discourse · Featured · Global Perspectives · Magazine
Author: Paul Giffard-Foret
Photo Credit What postcolonial response can be made of the terrorist attacks on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which led to the brutal massacre of most its editorial board? On[...]
"Intersectionality, Class, and (De)Colonial Praxis" (December 2014/January 2015) · Featured · Global Perspectives
Author: The Editors
The year 2014 marked twenty-five years since Kimberlé Crenshaw coined the term “intersectionality” to describe how social realities such as “class” or “race” should not be analyzed in isolation, but[...]
"Intersectionality, Class, and (De)Colonial Praxis" (December 2014/January 2015) · Academic Journal · Academic Journal: December 2014 / January 2015 (Issue: Vol. 2, Number 2) · Culture · Featured · Global Perspectives
Author: Zachary Price, PhD
Introduction Hollywood has had, at best, an oblique relationship to America’s longest running nightmare, slavery. As Donald Bogle demonstrated in Toms, Coons, Mulattoes, Mammies, and Bucks: An Interpretive History of[...]
"Intersectionality, Class, and (De)Colonial Praxis" (December 2014/January 2015) · Creative · Featured
Author: Annie McNeill Gibson
Introducción I walk over the broken eggshells on the corner of E and 13 and wonder what paths Eleguá opened today? Cuba is the daughter of Ochún. Be careful because[...]
"Intersectionality, Class, and (De)Colonial Praxis" (December 2014/January 2015) · Academic Dispatches · Featured · Global Perspectives
Author: Rebecca Galemba
Nearly every block of the former sleepy colonial town of Frontera Comalapa, Chiapas, Mexico now hosts a “Travel Agency”, which advertises trips to Tecate, Baja California, Altar, Sonora, and Tijuana,[...]
"Intersectionality, Class, and (De)Colonial Praxis" (December 2014/January 2015) · Academic Journal · Academic Journal: December 2014 / January 2015 (Issue: Vol. 2, Number 2) · Culture · Featured · Releases
Author: Kris Klein Hernandez
Theories of intersectionality, established and cultivated by specialists such as Kimberlé Crenshaw and Patricia Hill Collins, have transformed the manner in which researchers deconstruct interconnecting notions of race, gender, and[...]
Arts · Culture · Featured · Global Perspectives · Magazine
Author: Egbert Alejandro Martina
Travelling with Joseph in the Wake Black Gay Genius, an anthology edited by Steven Fullwood and Charles Stevens, opens with a meditation, a series of haunting questions that linger and will,[...]
Arts · Culture · Featured · Global Perspectives · Magazine
Author: Mariam Karim
Image Credit: Wikipedia On my last trip to NYC, I was overwhelmed with Homeland season four’s new advertisement campaign plastered on almost every public bus in the city. The American[...]
Civil Discourse · Culture · Featured · Magazine
Author: Lee Skallerup Bessette
I was born in Quebec the same year that Bill 101, or The Charter of the French Language, was passed in the Canadian province. There was something strange, in terms[...]
Arts · Culture · Featured · Magazine
Author: Negarra A. Kudumu
* All photos courtesy of the Frye Art Museum At present, the exhibitions The Unicorn Incorporated (Curtis R. Barnes) and Your Feast Has Ended (Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes, Nicholas Galanin, and Nep[...]
Civil Discourse · Creative · Featured · Global Perspectives
Author: Ashley Makar
Everyday at IRIS, the refugee resettlement agency where I work, I can see the shape of justice in a photo that was taken by a volunteer who chartered a bus[...]
Featured
Author: Editors
  The past decade has seen a wave of socio-political and economic changes across the globe. We are witnessing geopolitical conflict on a local as well as international scale, intensified[...]
Creative
Author: Lina Sergie Attar
I want to I want to be someone else or I’ll explode floating upon the surface for the birds                      [...]
"Sites of Home" (June 2014) · Academic Dispatches · Civil Discourse · Culture · Featured
Author: Silvia Spitta
[H]e was considered the foremost of authorities on the Mexicans of Texas.  Hank Harvey had been born in New York City some sixty years before.  He had gone to grade[...]
"Sites of Home" (June 2014) · Academic Journal · Academic Journal: June 2014 (Issue: Vol. 2, Number 1) · Civil Discourse · Culture · Global Perspectives
Author: Darren Arquero
Introduction Panning through the dismal space of out-of-service garbage trucks against a dreary city skyline, the opening scene of The Salt Mines (1990) introduces us to Sara, a self-identified Latina[...]
Arts · Culture · Featured · Global Perspectives · Magazine
Author: Ahmed Younis
Article Photo Credits: Samira Idroos The Play There are moments in history when a single word can represent an existential struggle between self-perceived opposites. Haram is such a word in[...]
Culture · Featured · Magazine
Author: Sara Salem
Stuart Hall was undoubtedly one of the most important academics of our time. His work on culture, globalization, ethnicity and representation has not only influenced multiple fields within academia, but[...]
Arts · Civil Discourse · Culture · Featured · Global Perspectives · Magazine
Author: Editor-in-Chief, Lara Dotson-Renta
It is no longer possible to ignore the need for public and accessible avenues of discourse and debate. As the university model becomes further aligned with a corporate vision of[...]
Arts · Featured · Magazine
Author: Clint Bruce
This article is a translation of a previous post on The Postcolonialist. Translation provided by Addie Leak, a freelance translator based in France.   Moreover, the idea itself of classifying writers[...]


© Copyright 2015 The Postcolonialist. All rights reserved.
Privacy Policies | Reprint Permissions | Terms of Use
ISSN 2330-510X

source

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *