The culture wars in translation

Robert Stam, Ella Shohat

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Abstract

The text is drawn from a work in progress, tentatively entitled The Culture Wars in Translation. The book will explore the various ways in which American, Brazilian, and French intellectuals have formulated the critical race and multicultural debates and what we can learn from these diverse formulations. The debates, we argue, must be seen in transnational terms, within a relational framework that transcends the confines of single national geographies. And while the postcolonial debates have tended to privilege the Anglophone world, we hope to shift attention to Latin America and Europe – and, specifically, to Brazil and France.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationEurope in Black and White
Subtitle of host publicationImmigration, Race, and Identity in the 'Old Continent'
PublisherIntellect Ltd.
Pages17-36
Number of pages20
ISBN (Electronic)9781841504452
ISBN (Print)9781841503578
StatePublished - Jan 1 2010

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Culture Wars
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Stam, R., & Shohat, E. (2010). The culture wars in translation. In Europe in Black and White: Immigration, Race, and Identity in the 'Old Continent' (pp. 17-36). Intellect Ltd..

The culture wars in translation. / Stam, Robert; Shohat, Ella.

Europe in Black and White: Immigration, Race, and Identity in the 'Old Continent'. Intellect Ltd., 2010. p. 17-36.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Stam, R & Shohat, E 2010, The culture wars in translation. in Europe in Black and White: Immigration, Race, and Identity in the 'Old Continent'. Intellect Ltd., pp. 17-36.
Stam R, Shohat E. The culture wars in translation. In Europe in Black and White: Immigration, Race, and Identity in the 'Old Continent'. Intellect Ltd. 2010. p. 17-36
Stam, Robert ; Shohat, Ella. / The culture wars in translation. Europe in Black and White: Immigration, Race, and Identity in the 'Old Continent'. Intellect Ltd., 2010. pp. 17-36
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