Territories, Politics, and the New Imperialism: Remembering Edward Said
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TERRITORIES, POLITICS, AND THE NEW IMPERIALISM
Remembering Edward Said
Editors: Nahla Abdo, Erica See, and Darryl Leroux
Call for contributions
This book aims to build on the variegated ways in which the works of Edward Said inform analyses of global geo-political issues and new forms of imperialism. In this vein, we encourage submissions that interrogate, critique, analyze or otherwise offer alternatives to current territorial configurations and techniques of dispossession.
We specifically welcome theoretical and empirical submissions that focus on or engage with Saidís geographical imagination, understandings of imperialism in and outside the Middle East, and his commitment to anti-colonial politics.
Solicited articles should directly engage with Edward Saidís works and thought, and fall into one of the following categories:
--> Discourse, Subjectivity and the Body
--> Representations of the Orientalized Other
--> Imperialism & Geo-politics of Power
--> Dispossession, Displacement and Diaspora
--> Nationhood, Citizenship, and Identity
--> Space, Place, and (De)Territorialization
Essays should be 6,000 Ė 9.000 words, documented in APA style and formatted in Word, 12-point typeface, Times New Roman. In addition to the final manuscript, each contributor should provide us with an abstract and a brief bio.
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