New Formations Volume 2002 Issue 47

ISSN 0950-2378

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After Fanon


Editorial: After Fanon, pages ‑
Scott McCracken lock_openFree to download

Symposium on the life and work of Frantz Fanon, pages ‑
Vikki Bell, Timothy Bewes

Introduction: rethinking race and nation, pages ‑
Laura Chrisman

'This zone of occult instability': the utopian promise of the African novel in the era of decolonisation, pages ‑
Robert Spencer

'On the road' with Che and Jack: melancholia and the legacy of colonial racial geographies in the Americas, pages ‑
María Josephina Saldaña-Portillo

'Yankee universality': race, nation and empire in H.C.Carey's the past, the present, and the future, pages ‑
David Kazanjian

Adorno and the postcolonial, pages ‑
Rajeev Patke

Mimesis and the un-reconciled condition: a theoretical approach to Antonioni's cinema, pages ‑
Fabio Vighi

A taste for murder: aesthetics in the silence of the lambs, pages ‑
Lisa Trahair

Street life in London: towards a rhythmanalysis of London in the late nineteenth century, pages ‑
Ben Highmore

Urban portraits: space/body/city in late georgian Edinburgh, pages ‑
Nick Prior

The writing of trauma: trauma theory and the liberty of reading, pages ‑
Jane Kilby

Reviews, pages ‑
Michael Calderbank lock_openFree to download

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