Gender, Identity and Nation when you look at the Literatures of Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia plus the Philippines
Editors: Chin, Grace, Mohd Daud, Kathrina (Eds. )
- Includes multidisciplinary methods to the analysis of sex, identification and country in postcolonial Southeast Asian literatureAdds a Southeast Asian viewpoint to your research of sex, identification and country in postcolonial Southeast literature that is asian
- Provides updated scholarship on overlooked women that are local and their works in English
Show all advantages
Purchase this guide
- ISBN 978-981-10-7065-5
- Digitally watermarked, DRM-free
- Included structure: EPUB, PDF
- Ebooks may be used on all devices that are reading
- Immediate eBook download after purchase
Hardcover 84,99 €
- ISBN 978-981-10-7064-8
- Complimentary shipping for folks global
- Frequently dispatched within three to five company times.
Softcover 84,99 €
- ISBN 978-981-13-4990-4
- Complimentary shipping for people global
- Frequently dispatched within less than six company days.
This number of essays examines exactly how Southeast Asian ladies article writers build relationships the grand narratives of nationalism additionally the contemporary nation-state by checking out the representations of gender, identification and country into the postcolonial literatures of Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, therefore the Philippines. Bringing to light the chosen works of overlooked regional ladies article writers and supplying brand new analyses of these created by internationally-known females writers and performers, the essays situate regional literary developments within historicized geopolitical landscapes to supply incisive analyses and readings on what ladies plus the feminine are imagined, represented, and situated in regards to the Southeast Asian nation. The guide, which features both cross-country relative analyses and country-specific investigations, additionally considers the a few ideas associated with country additionally the state by investigating associated ideologies, rhetoric, apparatuses, and discourses, and also the ways that they affect women’s figures, subjectivities, and lived realities both in historic and contemporary Southeast Asian contexts. By considering exactly how these literary expressions critique, competition, or are complicit in nationalist projects and state-mandated agendas, the collection plays a role in the general local and relative discourses on gender, identification and country in Southeast Asian studies.
Dr Grace V. S. Chin is really a senior lecturer in the English Language and Literature Studies programme at Universiti Sains Malaysia in Penang.
Formerly, she taught English Literature at Universiti Brunei Darussalam and also the University of Hong Kong. In 2016, she had been granted senior fellowship by the Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian & Caribbean Studies (KITLV) in Leiden, holland. Her aspects of interest range from the literatures of postcolonial Southeast Asia and Asian women’s writings, with give attention to race and gender in modern communities and diasporas. Her articles have actually showed up in refereed journals for instance the Journal of Commonwealth Literature, World Englishes, Intersections: Gender and sex in Asia in addition to Pacific, as well as the Journal of Overseas Women’s Studies, along with in publications posted by Springer, John Benjamins and Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Dr Kathrina Mohd Daud happens to be a lecturer when you look at the English Studies programme in the Faculty of Arts and personal Sciences at Universiti Brunei Darussalam, by having a joint visit in the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Centre for Islamic Studies and also the Institute of Asian Studies. She’s been A united states state dept. Scholar during the University of Louisville, Kentucky (2012), an extensive research other at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (2013), and a Visiting Fellow at the Southeast Asian Centre during the University of Washington (2014). She works in the intersections of Islam in literary works, popular fiction and Asian literature, with a certain concentrate on Bruneian literature.