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Rohun Park

Eurocentrism: Multiculturalism and the Media (New York: Routledge, 1993), p. 110. Nevertheless, Bhabha has to be credited with noting that the colonial discourse is never transmitted perfectly to the natives but is always transformed by a process of translation, indigenization and contextualization. He states

exists a complex relationship between mainstream scholarly methods and racialized Eurocentrism” (p. 216). As postmodern approaches have, to some degree at least, been domesticated by what the book’s editor calls “the biblical-interpretation industry” (p. vii), postmodern biblical interpre- tation needs

Joel Rosenberg

: Claude Lanzmann's Shoah," Yale French Studies 79 (1991), pp. 39-81; Patricia 286 is the recent work by film scholars Ella Shohat and Robert Stam, Unthinking Eurocentrism: Multiculturalism and the Media, which de- votes but a single half sentence to the Holocaust as such, combined with occasional

David Janzen

11-year civil war (“Beyond Eurocentrism: Trauma Theory in the Global Age” in G. Beulens, S. Durrant, and R. Eaglestone [eds.], The Future of Trauma Theory: Contemporary Literary and Cultural Criticism [London: Routledge, 2014], pp. 51-57), as does Ana Miller in her discussion of Achmat Dangor

C. Robert Harrison

and temporally diverse societies. Chirot and Hall charged that this oversight came "perilously close to the ahistorical eurocentrism that characterized moderniza- tion theory" ("World System Theory," p. 99). Wallerstein's only developed thought on the issue came in a brief article (co-authored with K

Eric Christianson

Press). Schrader, Paul 1996 ‘Notes on Film Noir ’, in Silver and Ursini (eds.), Film Noir Reader : 53–63. Shohat, Ella and Robert Stam 1994 Unthinking Eurocentrism: Multiculturalism and the Media (Sightlines; Lon- don: Routledge). Soggin, J.A. 1987 Judges: A Commentary (OTL; 2nd edn; London: SCM Press

Jeremy Barrier

‘Orientalist discourse, Eurocentrism, and the exegetics of representation’, but one that, at the same time, is not leaving behind the embodied discussions of politics, economics, and neo/colonization. 40 So with this increased awareness of institutionalization also comes the need for an increased awareness to

Clive Marsh

considers further the Eurocentrism of the Quest, to which I have already referred. While Hirsch and Bultmann debated in Germany, Mathews and Case were contributing in the USA. The ironies of the customary history of the Quest extend further when one notes that it is now from the USA that so much mainstream

Tat-Siong Benny Liew

scholar. Kwok Pui-lan, in her article “Jesus/the Native,” talks about the Eurocentrism that pervades the field of biblical studies within the US (1998: 69-75), but she also warns against the danger of overlooking the problem of what Marianna Torgovnick has called 11 For the term “huaqiao,” see Wong (1997

Yvonne Sherwood

- millan, 1988); Geoffrey Green, Literary Criticism and the Structures of History: Erich Auerbach and Leo Spitzer (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1982); Vassilis Lam- bropoulos, e Rise of Eurocentrism: Anatomy of Interpretation (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1993); Arne Melberg, eories of