6 edition of Transcultural women of late twentieth-century U.S. American literature found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Pauline T. Newton.|
|LC Classifications||PS153.M56 N476 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004026336|
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: Transcultural Women Of Late-Twentieth-Century U.S. American Literature: First-Generation Migrants From Islands And Peninsulas (): Newton, Pauline T.: BooksCited by: 5.
Pauline T. Newton's Transcultural Women of Late-Twentieth-Century U.S. American Literature: First-Generation Migrants from Islands and Peninsulas presents a critical study of works by “minority” American writers, including Judith Ortiz Cofer, Julia Alvarez, Jamaica Kincaid, Shirley Geok-lin Lim, and Lan Cao.
The volume also contains a set Cited by: 1. Get this from a library. Transcultural women of late twentieth-century U.S. American literature: first-generation migrants from islands and peninsulas. [Pauline T Newton] -- This text explores the writings of female immigrants to the United States from tropical islands and peninsulas between the mids and mids, and the ways in which those writings represent the.
Pauline T. Newton, Transcultural women of late twentieth-century U.S. American literature, page To Mai, Aunt Mary is another role model, one who is a native-born U.S. American who knows the country's tricks.
Kamali, Leila () Review of Transcultural women of late twentieth-century U.S. American literature: first-generation migrants from islands and peninsulas, by Newton, P.T. ; Cultural sites of critical insight: philosophy, aesthetics, and African American and Native American women's writings, by Cotten, A.L and Acampora, C.D.
Contemporary Women's Writing, Vol.2 (No.1). Transcultural women of late twentieth-century U.S. American literature book Myth of the Latin Woman (also known under the title Just Met a Girl Named Maria) is a non-fiction essay written by Puerto Rican author Judith Ortiz Cofer.
In the story, Cofer details the racist stereotypes that she has encountered in her life, as well as ones that women of Hispanic and Latin descent have encountered.
2 Critical : Judith Ortiz Cofer. Although Chitra Divakaruni's poetry has won praise and awards for many years, it is her "luminous, exquisitely crafted prose" (Ms.) that is quickly making her one of the brightest rising stars in the changing face of American literature.
Arranged Marriage, her first collection of stories, spent five weeks on the San Francisco Chronicle bestseller list and garnered critical acclaim that would /5(12).
Transcultural Women of Late Twentieth-century U.S. American Literature Pauline T. Newton No preview available - Tibet and China in the Twenty-first Century: Non-violence Versus State Power/5(31). Colonial literature. Because of the large immigration to New England in the s, the articulation of Puritan ideals, and the early establishment of a college and a printing press in Cambridge, the British colonies have often been regarded as the center of early American literature.
However, the first European settlements in North America had been founded elsewhere many years earlier. Twentieth-Century American Literature Sianne Ngai Her first book, Ugly Feelings (Harvard University Press, ) investigates the aesthetics and politics of non-prestigious, non-cathartic negative emotions—envy and irritation as opposed to anger and fear.
Early on in Routes: Travel and Translation in the Late Twentieth Century, James Clifford describes his new approach to studying cultures: "Where professional anthropology has erected a border, I portray a borderland, a zone of contacts--blocked and permitted, policed and transgressive."In the not-too-distant past, anthropologists traveled to remote areas and observed cultures that they assumed Cited by: Pauline Newton, author of Transcultural Women of Late-Twentieth-Century U.S.
American Literature: First-Generation Migrants from Islands and Peninsulas (Burlington: Ashgate, ), spent the summer of in Malaysia and Singapore courtesy of the Fulbright-Hays summer seminar abroad program.
She teaches a course on graphic novels at Southern. Contains reels of microfilm. Has information on every conceivable aspect of lesbian life and concerns, from abortion to African-American lesbians, lesbian mothers, gay civil rights, women's liberation movement, domestic partnership, older lesbians, and Native American : James Kessenides.
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Nominated for the San Antonio Conservation Society’s Publication. My field is late twentieth-century U.S. culture and politics, what is known in shorthand as Post45 or Post War (to the confusion of many: which war?).
I also am a founding member of the Post45 collective, which publishes an online journal Post45 and a book series at Stanford University Press. The Long Twentieth Century traces the relationship between capital accumulation and state formation over a year period.
Arrighi argues that capitalism has unfolded as a succession of long centuries, each of which produced a new world power that secured control /5. Filed under: American literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc. Psychological Politics of the American Dream: The Commodification of Subjectivity in Twentieth-Century American Literature (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c), by Lois Tyson (PDF files with commentary at Ohio State Press).
Transcultural women of late twentieth-century U.S. American literature: first-generation migrants from islands and peninsulas by Pauline T Newton () Beyond Orientalism: identity politics in Asian American diasporic literature by January Yee Hiong Lim ().
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(In)digestion in Literature and Film: A Transcultural Approach is a collection of essays spanning diverse geographic areas such as Brazil, Eastern Europe, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Taiwan and the United States. Despite this geographic variance, they all question disordered.
Impossible Whiteness: Race, Gender, and American Identity in Early Twentieth-Century American Literature Tarah Demant Washington University in St. Louis Follow this and additional works at: This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by Washington University Open : Tarah Ann Demant.Marked by the publication of Bambara's Conditions V: The Black Woman, Morrison's The Bluest Eye, Walker's The Third Life of Grange Copeland, among other works by and about African American women, this phrase referred to a s explosion of critical attention to fiction by African American women that waned by the end of the twentieth century.
Claims that the history of the U.S. is hidden-in plain sight-within the pages of 20th-century American fiction and non-fiction literature.
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