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Occurring or existing after the end of colonial rule:‘the postcolonial government’‘postcolonial literature’
- ‘There are a number of ways a postcolonial critic can function.’
- ‘Some of the excesses of post-colonial writing - pomposity, jargon, self-indulgence - are avoidable.’
- ‘The following considers some models of identity developed in the field of post-colonial theory.’
- ‘The chapter also contains self-help exercises for those who wish to pursue postcolonial biblical criticism further.’
- ‘By 1946, DuBois was actively voicing his views that all of the post-WWII postcolonial movements for independence should receive our active support.’
- ‘In a historiographical context, the emphasis on Aboriginal agency has been critical to establishing a post-colonial conception of Australian history.’
- ‘The central paradox of post-colonial governments remains: a theoretical state without the real strength to be a state.’
- ‘Another factor prompting the governments to expand their mutual cooperation was the rise of Islamist movements challenging the postcolonial regimes.’
- ‘These differences have torn the region apart in the post-colonial era.’
- ‘It is impossible for a post-colonial audience to be unaware of how the bible became a weapon of imperial ideology.’
- ‘His book Orientalism is one of the key texts on which the school of post-colonial literary criticism is based.’
- ‘This too was a postcolonial affair in several ways.’
- ‘He then examines the ideas with particular reference to the problems facing fledgling countries in a post-colonial setting.’
- ‘Some postcolonial states have legally recognized folk healers.’
- ‘A common debate among legal scholars focuses on the extent to which the international legal principle of self-determination remains relevant in the post-colonial period.’
- ‘He almost helped to fan or form the idea of post-colonial literature.’
- ‘Underdevelopment in post-colonial societies is itself a cause of conflict.’
- ‘It is a post-colonial society still burdened by its past.’
- ‘He was clearly conscious of the guilty frisson of post-colonial excitement among the British in Iraq.’
- ‘However, a countertendency is also at work: the effect of postcolonial studies.’
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