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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 November 2023

Ato Quayson
Affiliation:
Stanford University, California
Ankhi Mukherjee
Affiliation:
University of Oxford

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Print publication year: 2023
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Contents

  1. List of Contributors

  2. Acknowledgments

  3. Introduction

    Ankhi Mukherjee and Ato Quayson

  4. Part IIdentities
    1. 1Decolonizing the University

      Paul Giles

    2. 2Decolonizing the English Department in Ireland

      Joe Cleary

    3. 3First Peoples, Indigeneity, and Teaching Indigenous Writing in Canada

      Margery Fee and Deanna Reder

    4. 4Decolonizing Literary Pedagogies in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand

      Elizabeth McMahon

    5. 5Genders, Sexualities, and Decolonial Methodologies

      Brinda Bose

    6. 6Black British Literature Decolonizing the Curriculum

      Ankhi Mukherjee

  5. Part IIMethodologies
    1. 7Theories of Anthologizing and Decolonization

      Aarthi Vadde

    2. 8Confabulation as Decolonial Pedagogy in Singapore Literature

      Joanne Leow

    3. 9Marxism, Postcolonialism, and the Decolonization of Literary Studies

      Stefan Helgesson

    4. 10Against Ethnography: On Teaching Minority Literature

      Jeanne-Marie Jackson

    5. 11Orality, Experiential Learning, and Decolonizing African Literature

      Kwabena Opoku-Agyemang

    6. 12Vernacular English in the Classroom: A New Geopolitics of the English Language

      Akshya Saxena

    7. 13Reading for Justice: On the Pleasures and Pitfalls of a Decolonizing Pedagogy

      Ato Quayson

  6. Part IIIInterdisciplinarity and Literary Studies
    1. 14Literature, Human Rights Law, and the Return of Decolonization

      Joseph R. Slaughter

    2. 15Decolonizing Literary Interpretation through Disability

      Christopher Krentz

    3. 16Decolonizing the Bible as Literature

      Ronald Charles

    4. 17Decolonizing Literature: A History of Medicine Perspective

      Sloan Mahone

  7. Part IVCanon Revisions
    1. 18Decolonizing the Medieval Literary Curriculum

      Geraldine Heng

    2. 19The Decolonial Imaginary of Borderlands Shakespeare

      Katherine Gillen

    3. 20Decolonizing Romantic Studies

      Nigel Leask

    4. 21Victorian Studies and Decolonization

      Nasser Mufti

    5. 22Decolonizing World Literature

      Debjani Ganguly

    6. 23Decolonizing the English Lyric through Diasporic Women’s Poetry

      Sandeep Parmar

    7. 24Postcolonial Poetry and the Decolonization of the English Literary Curriculum

      Nathan Suhr-Sytsma

    8. 25Decolonizing English Literary Study in the Anglophone Caribbean

      William Ghosh

    9. 26#RhodesMustFall and the Reform of the Literature Curriculum

      James Ogude

  8. Index

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  • Contents
  • Edited by Ato Quayson, Stanford University, California, Ankhi Mukherjee, University of Oxford
  • Book: Decolonizing the English Literary Curriculum
  • Online publication: 02 November 2023
Available formats
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