The postcolonial Gramsci
- edited by Neelam Srivastava and Baidik Bhattacharya.
- New York : Routledge, 2012.
- Physical description
- vi, 253 p. ; 24 cm.
- Routledge research in postcolonial literatures ; 36.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -250) and index.
- Introduction: The Postcolonial Gramsci Neelam Srivastava and Baidik Bhattacharya I. Gramsci and Postcolonial Studies 1. Il Gramsci meridionale Robert JC Young 2. Provincializing the Italian Reading of Gramsci Paolo Capuzzo and Sandro Mezzadra 3. The Travels of the Organic Intellectual: The Black Colonized Intellectual in George Padmore and Frantz Fanon Neelam Srivastava 4. The Secular Alliance: Gramsci, Said and the Postcolonial Question Baidik Bhattacharya II. Gramsci and the Global Present 5. The 'Unseen Order': Religion, Secularism and Hegemony Iain Chambers 6. Gramsci in the Twenty-first Century Partha Chatterjee 7. Entering the World from an Oblique Angle: On Jia Zhangke as an Organic Intellectual Pheng Cheah 8. Questioning Intellectuals: Reading Caste with Gramsci in Two Indian Literary Texts Rajeswari Sunder Rajan 9. Mariategui and Gramsci in 'Latin' America: Between Revolution and Decoloniality Walter D. Mignolo III. Epilogue Interview with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak.
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- Publisher's Summary
- The importance of Antonio Gramsci's work for postcolonial studies can hardly be exaggerated, and in this volume, contributors situate Gramsci's work in the vast and complex oeuvre of postcolonial studies. Specifically, this book endeavors to reassess the impact on postcolonial studies of the central role assigned by Gramsci to culture and literature in the formation of a truly revolutionary idea of the national-a notion that has profoundly shaped the thinking of both Frantz Fanon and Edward Said. Gramsci, as Iain Chambers has argued, has been instrumental in helping scholars rethink their understanding of historical, political, and cultural struggle by substituting the relationship between tradition and modernity with that of subaltern versus hegemonic parts of the world. Combining theoretical reflections and re-interpretations of Gramsci, the scholars in this collection present comparative geo-cultural perspectives on the meaning of the subaltern, passive revolution, hegemony, and the concept of national-popular culture in order to chart out a political map of the postcolonial through the central focus on Gramsci.
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- Publication date
- Routledge research in postcolonial literatures ; 36
- 9780415874816 (acid-free paper)
- 0415874815 (acid-free paper)
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