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Other Americans, Other Americas

The Politics and Poetics of Multiculturalism

A part of the series The Dolphin (28) og the subject area


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215 pages ill.
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ISBN 87 7288 379 0

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This volume brings together international scholars of American Studies whose work explores the issues of ethnicity, race, gender, national, and cross-cultural identity in American literature and culture. The ramifications of this discussion go far beyond the borders of North America; in our era of European consolidation and global communications, even the seemingly most homogeneous of national literatures find themselves at last responding to and acknowledging external cultural influences.

With articles ranging from an examination of early colonial texts through postcolonial theory to a theoretical discussion of Michael Wigglesworth's Diaries and the latest work of Maya Angelou, Other Americans, Other Americas will appeal to a wide academic audience as a significant contribution to the latest scholarship in the field of multicultural studies.

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Introduction: Making a Virtue of Dissent

Prem Poddar, Scopic America: Casting a Postcolonial Eye

Nicholas F. Radel, A Sodom Within: Gender, Sex, and Sodomy in the Diary of Michael Wigglesworth

Carol Colatrella, 'I Hear America Singing': Multiple Voices in Herman Melville's Moby-Dick

Bruce Leslie, German Americans: A Case Study of Cultural Assimilation

Laura Browder, Self-Made Jews: The Immigrant's Answer to Horatio Alger

Graham McPhee, Lines of Descent: Frank O'Hara, Wanda Coleman and the Recollection of Tradition

Magdalena J. Zaborowska, Mapping American Masculinities: James Baldwin's Innocents Abroad, or Giovanni's Room Revisited

Clara Juncker, The Body of Autobiography: Maya Angelou's Wouldn't Take Nothing for my Journey Now

David Cowart, Braid of Blood: A Yellow Raft in Blue Water

Russell Duncan, Dancing Along the Edge of the Roof: Complexions of Indian Identity in the (Auto)Biographies of Wilma Mankiller and Russel Means

Da Zheng, 'I Will Sing with You Our Song': Cultural Representations of Asian Americans

Helle Porsdam, Anxieties of Manhood and the Politics of Cultural Identity in William Gaddis's A Frolic of His Own

Ib Johansen, Ishmael Reed, Multiculturalism, and the Collapse of Paternal Laws

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