Gaziantep University

GAZİANTEP UNIVERSITY

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DEPARTMENT OF WESTERN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES 
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Announcements / Documents
FİNAL SINAV PROGRAMI 24 December 2017
GOS118 DERS PROGRAMI 26 September 2017
MIDTERM PROGRAM 10 March 2017
DERSLİK PROGRAMI 09 February 2017
KATALOG - Önemli 30 January 2017
DERSLER ve HOCALAR 30 October 2016
DERS-DERSLİK PROGRAMI 30 October 2016
Course Details
Course Title
Postcolonial Literature
Code
ELL 434
Course Info
This course is designed to introduce students to the most important terms, themes, figures, and debates of postcolonial literary studies. The main aspects of postcolonial theory and sample literary texts that foreground a number of these issues will be analysed throughout the course. Postcolonial literature is literature produced by formerly colonized nations, including India, Pakistan, the West Indies, various countries in Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and others. Such literature is concerned with the way colonial subjects are produced in and by Empire. Postcolonial literature can be a tool by which the colonized subject "writes back" to Empire, engaging with themes like identity, belonging, exile, place, language, sovereignty, and hybridity. The course will explore the impact of colonization through a reading of both literary texts and critical essays.
Credit
3
ECTS
5
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