Addressing questions crucial to the deconstruction and reconstruction of cultural identity in the late twentieth century, this series originates in response to the rapidly increasing interest in postcolonial and minority discourses among literary and humanist scholars around the world. The aim of the series is to present books that investigate the complex cultural zone within and through which dominant and minority societies interact and negotiate their differences. Studies published in Cultural Margins range from examinations of the debilitating effects of cultural marginalization, to analyses of the forms of power found at the margins of culture, to books that map the varied and complex components involved in the relations of domination and subversion.
: Timothy Brennan, University of Minnesota
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