Postcolonialism and Scottish studies

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2006 Number 59

Postcolonialism and Scottish studies
Graeme MacDonald, pages -

Abstract

Macdonald suggests the role of Scotland in the British Empire, examining the Scots’ contributions to its philosophical thought, its economic theory, and its material practices, but also their resistance to imperialism as a whole. The article examines the politics of contemporary Scottish writing and argues that the roots of Scottish imperialism are found in academic postcolonial studies.

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Graeme MacDonald (2006) Postcolonialism and Scottish studies, New Formations, 2006(59), -

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