Crossing Borderlands: Composition And Postcolonial Studies

Crossing Borderlands Composition And Postcolonial Studies On the surface postcolonial studies and composition studies appear to have little in common However they share a strikingly similar goal to provide power to the words and actions of those who have b

  • Title: Crossing Borderlands: Composition And Postcolonial Studies
  • Author: Andrea A. Lunsford
  • ISBN: 9780822958376
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Paperback
  • On the surface, postcolonial studies and composition studies appear to have little in common However, they share a strikingly similar goal to provide power to the words and actions of those who have been marginalized or oppressed Postcolonial studies accomplishes this goal by opening a space for the voices of others in traditional views of history and literature CompOn the surface, postcolonial studies and composition studies appear to have little in common However, they share a strikingly similar goal to provide power to the words and actions of those who have been marginalized or oppressed Postcolonial studies accomplishes this goal by opening a space for the voices of others in traditional views of history and literature Composition studies strives to empower students by providing equal access to higher education and validation for their writing.For two fields that have so much in common, very little dialogue exists between them Crossing Borderlands attempts to establish such an exchange in the hopes of creating a productive borderland where they can work together to realize common goals.

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    1. As an anthology, I think this collection of texts is fascinating, as the anthology is both a critique of pre-existing work in composition and postcolonial studies and it is an exercise in hybridity. While there are certainly some essays that I find more relevant to my scholarship than others, as I imagine is the case in almost every anthology, there are not any essays here that I feel wasted my time. Ming-Zahn Lu is at her most readable here in her exploration of Gloria AnzaldĂșa's interview wit [...]

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