Project Guide

Research produced under The Stockton Postcolonial Studies Project is organized around a yearly theme.

For the academic year 2010-2011, our research focuses on “Postcolonial Feminism.” “Postcolonial feminism” is an umbrella term for a movement which has also been called “third world feminism” and “global feminism.”

In academic year 2011-2012, we will focus on Postcolonialism & Technology.

Annotated research sources can be found in our public zotero bibliography.

Featured Projects

Kitchens and Domesticity by Raina DeFonza, Fall 2010

Raina’s project is an innovative comparative study of kitchens and domesticity in the Nigerian novel Purple Hibiscus and the American blog/film, Julie and Julia. In her project, Raina explores how kitchens, domesticity and blogging create interesting meshes between the public and private, and their relationship to feminist goals.

 

Hybridity and Comics by Stephanie Cawley, Spring 2011

Stephanie’s project is a fascinating revisit to Homi Bhabha’s concept of hybridity and its application to the contemporary graphic novel. In her project, Stephanie conducts close readings of hybridity in relation to Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis and Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home. This project explores the concept of hybridity both in terms of postcolonial identity and in relation to the graphic novel as a form.

 

 

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