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37.1 | 2014

Edited by Françoise Král

This volume looks at the notion of “crossings” and the way it has informed the postcolonial text, for obvious reasons of historical crossings in the colonial and postcolonial periods, as well as aesthetic choices. The articles study various forms of crossings at the heart of the postcolonial text, such as generic crossings or crossings between cultural traditions. They also interrogate the theoretical implications of the positioning of the postcolonial text at the crossroads of diverging epistemological systems – Western epistemology and “subaltern” worldviews that have interrogated and reassessed the foundations of Western hegemony.

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