Liverpool university Press 2007. Syrotinsky, Michael. Hardback with dust jacket. Book condition: as new. Black cloth-covered boards with gold lettering on spine. Dust jacket condition very good ++, very slightly grubby on back cover, tiny closed tear on front top edge.
Postcolonial studies have transformed how we think about subjectivity, national identity, globalization, history, language, literature, and international politics. Until recently, the emphasis has been almost exclusively within an Anglophone context, but the focus of postcolonial studies. In this book Michael Syrotinski reconsiders the underlying conceptual tensions of what he terms a "deconstructive postcolonialism" and argues that postcolonial studies stands to gain ground in terms of its political forcefulness and philosophical rigor by turning back to, and not away from, deconstruction.