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by David Palumbo-Liu
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Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor. Professor of Comparative Literature and, by courtesy, English. The Ethnic Canon : Histories, Institutions, and Interventions. University of Minnesota Press, 1995. The Poetics of Appropriation : the Literary Theory and Practice of Huang Tingjian.
The Ethnic Canon: Histories, Institutions, and Interventions. Book Description: Argues that texts are added to the canon only after an operation that attempts to resolve and neutralize historical and political contradictions and differences. The Ethnic Canon offers a wide variety of critical viewpoints and is unique in its pointed critique of the academy regarding specific authors and texts that have and have not been included in the canon. Asian American: historical crossings of a racial frontier. 1. 9 Mb.
David Palumbo-Liu is a professor at Stanford University, where he teaches courses in Asian and Asian American studies .
David Palumbo-Liu is a professor at Stanford University, where he teaches courses in Asian and Asian American studies, race, migrancy, ethnicity, and social theory. The focus of his graduate studies was on Chinese literature, literary criticism, and theory. The EthnicCanon, according to the author's home page, "argues for a contestative and critical multicultural pedagogy. University of Minnesota Press.
Professor of Comparative Literature, Stanford University. This book begins and ends with chapters that compare the seemingly contradictory elements of learning and spontaneity, and their relation to textuality, to similar discussions in western poetics. In my critical introduction I address the historical occasion of multiculturalism and chart the various functions and histories of the of ethnic literature in the .
Situating the Amy Tan Phenomenon, in: David Palumbo-Liu e. Ethnic Canon: Histories, Institutions, and Interventions, Minnesota 1995, p. 74-210. Leung Ping-kwan: The Story of Hong Kong, in: Martha Cheung e. Hong Kong Collage
Situating the Amy Tan Phenomenon, in: David Palumbo-Liu e. Hong Kong Collage. Contemporary Stories and Writing, New York 1998, p. -13. Kwok-kan Tam: Voices of missing identity: A study of contemporary Hong Kong literary writings, in: Shi-xu e. l. ed. Read the Cultural Other. Forms of Otherness in the Discourses of Hong Kong’s Decolonization, Berlin-New York 2005, p. 65-176.
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press; 1st edition (May 23, 1995)
Pages: 312 pages