"Lec 22 - Post-Colonial Criticism" Introduction to Theory of Literature (ENGL 300) In this lecture on post-colonial theory, Professor Paul Fry explores the work of Edward Said and Homi K. Bhabha. The complicated origins, definitions, and limitations of the term "post-colonial" are outlined. Elaine Showalter's theory of the phasic development of female literary identity is applied to the expression of post-colonial identities. Crucial terms such as ambivalence, hybridity, and double consciousness are explained. The relationship between Bhabha's concept of sly civility and Gates's "signifyin'" is discussed, along with the reliance of both on semiotics. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Problems With the Term "Post-Colonial" 08:56 - Chapter 2. A Room of One's Own Revisited 14:00 - Chapter 3. Orientalism and Showalter's Phases 20:51 - Chapter 4. The Relationship Between Said and Bhabha 26:54 - Chapter 5. The Master-Slave Dialectic 36:12 - Chapter 6. Bhabha: Ambivalence and Hybridity 50:40 - Chapter 7. "Sly Civility" as Signifyin' Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
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Tags: Orientalism double consciousness binarism hybridity slycivility ambivalence Showalter's phases Gates's sygnifyin' Antonio Gramsci Euro-centric going native East India Company Warren Hastings Charles Grant TheSearchers
Duration: 54m 42s
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