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Postcolonial Wales /
edited by Jane Aaron and Chris Williams.
imprint
Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 2005.
description
xix, 257 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), ports ; 22 cm.
ISBN
0708318568 (pbk.)
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imprint
Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 2005.
isbn
0708318568 (pbk.)
catalogue key
5485919
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summaries
Main Description
Questions, hypotheses, and concepts drawn from postcolonial theory are used to understand the culture and politics of postdevolution Wales in these essays. Beginning with discussions of how Wales, as a nation, has been understood historiographically, as well as historically, this analysis focuses on Welsh cultural differences in terms of literature, mass media, music, drama, and the visual arts.
Bowker Data Service Summary
Looking at the culture and politics of post-devolution Wales, this text looks at the historic understanding of Wales as a country, as well as the current society and politics of the principality and its contributions to contemporary culture.
Main Description
A collection of diverse essays discussing the culture and politics of post-devolution Wales. 10 black-and-white illustrations.
Table of Contents
Preface
Problematizing Wales : an exploration in historiography and postcolonialityp. 3
In the shadow of the first-born : the colonial legacy in Welsh politicsp. 23
Island stories and border crossings : school history and the discursive creation of national identity in Walesp. 39
'We never really noticed you were coloured' : postcolonialist reflections on immigrants and minorities in Walesp. 55
'Maitres chez nous'? : awaiting the quiet revolution in Walesp. 85
A new beginning or the beginning of the end? : the Welsh language in postcolonial Walesp. 100
Women's political participation and the Welsh assemblyp. 114
Bardic anti-colonialismp. 137
Welsh fiction in English as postcolonial literaturep. 159
Dramatic fictions in a postcolonial Walesp. 177
What's in the 'post'? : mass media as a 'site of struggle'p. 193
Postcolonial music in contemporary Wales : hybrids and weird geographiesp. 215
Horizon Wales : visual art and the postcolonialp. 234
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