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Gender-Konstitution und Geschlechterkonflikt in 'Clarissa, Les Liaisons dangereuses' und 'Les Infortunes de la vertu'
In: The Five Senses in Medieval and Early Modern England
In: Transcultural English Studies
In: Embracing the Other
In: Ästhetik des Opfers
Anglophone Literature, History, and the Demise of Empires
Empires as political entities may be a thing of the past, but as a concept, empire is alive and kicking. From heritage tourism and costume dramas to theories of the imperial idea(l): empire sells. Post-Empire Imaginaries? Anglophone Literature, History, and the Demise of Empires presents innovative scholarship on the lives and legacies of empires in diverse media such as literature, film, advertising, and the visual arts. Though rooted in real space and history, the post-empire and its twin, the post-imperial, emerge as ungraspable ideational constructs. The volume convincingly establishes empire as welcoming resistance and affirmation, introducing post-empire imaginaries as figurations that connect the archives and repertoires of colonial nostalgia, postcolonial critique, post-imperial dreaming.
In: Globale Machtkonflikte und Kriege
In: Post-Empire Imaginaries?
In: Post-Empire Imaginaries?
In: Post-Empire Imaginaries?