SEE Theories and Postcolonial Studies (4)

 SEE Theories and Postcolonial Studies - Part 4 

posted by sab 17 years ago

Post(-)Colonial Aloofness

Travelling and blogging seem to go well together for other people, I find it rather difficult to remember what I wanted to blog the day before when I read things like this. Actually, it just makes me angry more than I could explain, and question my whole interest in Postcolonialism, Balkanism and all other -isms. Maybe that's why the following article, found on nettime on the 19th of August, was the cherry on top of my postcolonial pie with balkan cream.

 SEE Theories and Postcolonial Studies - Part 3 

posted by sab 17 years ago

 SEE Theories and Postcolonial Studies - Part 2 

posted by sabine Ballata 18 years ago

Here now finally the abstract of my presentation at the kakanien-weblogs workshop, which is at the same time some more information about the idea of this weblog.

 SEE Theories and Postcolonial Studies 

posted by sabine Ballata 19 years ago

Das Interesse an Postcolonial Studies ist auch außerhalb des angelsächsischen Sprachraums am Steigen. Nun hat das Goethezeitportal ein neues Diskussionsforum über Postkoloniale Arbeiten/Postcolonial Studies unter der Leitung von Anil Bhatti (New Delhi) eröffnet, in dem verschiedene Texte aus diesem Bereich präsentiert werden.


The imagineSEE-weblog is a space about ideas, images, (re)inventions and (re)constructions of and about the Balkans, from outside and within SEE.

Any comments or suggestions are welcomed and appreciated, please use "Reply" at the end of each posting or post directly to Sabine Ballata.

This is a part of the collage 'The Black File' by Croatian artist Sanja Ivekovic, who will be represented at documenta 12 (16/6-23/9) in Kassel this year.

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