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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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Index

Abani, Chris, 311
Song for Night
disability in, 305311
global North violence, 308
violence and decolonization, 309, 311
Abidjan, 335
Accra, 222223, 225
Achebe, Chinua
Arrow of God
the crisis of decolonization, 45
demythologization of Africa, 151, 203
on an African literature syllabus, 224
on Heart of Darkness, 151, 264
on Joseph Conrad, 230
race and racism in the colonial enterprise, 503
role in the language debates, 242, 292
Things Fall Apart, 4, 259
defiance of destiny, 274
mediation of colonial relations, 258
Whiteness and race, 499
Adichie, Chimamanda
on Africa in the global imaginary, 202
adventure narratives
representation of non-European world, 267, 268, 334
aesthetic education, 15, 456
other disciplines and, 15
the canon and, 15
aesthetics
context and, 268
de-aestheticization of African writers, 202
of alterity, 137
of Anglophone vernacular in India, 434
of the sublime, 396
Africa
challenges for universities, 216
conservative English curricula, 220
flattened in the global imaginary, 201202
impacts of colonialism, 339
racist depictions of, 334
African literature
at the University of Cape Town, 494495
at the University of Ghana, 221
at the University of the Western Cape, 495
critical ownership of, 211
English and English literary studies and, 502
ethnographic readings, 202, 206
failure to decolonize curricula, 206
in South Africa
limited presence in universities, 499
on English syllabi, 499
in the Western university, 205
language debates, 242
limitations of the category, 200, 201, 205
representative authors and, 203, 204
role of the African writer, 203
sound and, 224
teaching at African universities, 216
advantage of place, 229
primacy of written text, 220
Agbabi, Patience
importance of voice, 162
Telling Tales, 162
oral and written cultures, 162
Ahmed, Sara, 32
Ahmed, Siraj, 64
Alfian Sa’at, 172
Alfian Sa’at and Neo Hai Bin
“Merdeka,” 182
metatheatrical reenactments, 177181
politics as performance, 179181
significance of title, 177, 180
suppressed histories, 177, 178, 179
theater as space of unlearning, 169
Ali, Shahid Agha
“Homage to Faiz Ahmed Faiz,” 125
The Half-Inch Himalayas, 461
Allen, Chadwick, 102
Alvi, Moniza
“The Wedding,” 441442
Ambedkar, B.R.
partition of India, 409
American literature
at the University of Cambridge, 26
at the University of Oxford, 26
false coherence, 16
unrecognized Africanist presence, 1516
Anaxagorou, Anthony, 442
Anderson, Benedict
nation and novel, 293
on nation-ness, 291
Andrews, Kehinde
on Rhodes Must Fall in Oxford, 151
anglophone, 246
global anglophone, 421, 425
intersection between English and World Literature, 435
multilingualism and, 432435
World Literature and, 432
orality and, 252
poetry across borders, 445
vernacular aesthetics in India, 434
anthologies, 152163; see Norton Anthology of English Literature
avoiding monumental status, 163
collective identities and, 160
colonial epistemologies and, 152153
decolonized theory of, 159
defining literariness, 161
editorial process, 157158
in the classroom, 153, 156, 160161, 444
limits of the printed book, 161162
of English literature, 153159
Anthropocene, 9
Indigeneity and, 102
anthropology, 260
depictions of Africa, 334
role of time, 143
anticolonialism, 7
anticolonial university, 7
British canon and, 407409
hedge schools. See Ireland
influence of Victorianism, 415
Marxism and, 186
Victorian canon and, 407
antiracism
academic collectives, 159, 350
anti-Semitism
and Blackness in The Great Gatsby, 270272
in medieval England, 361362
in medieval Europe, 360362
Aotearoa New Zealand, 8086, 8889, 9295, 9697, 101102
and Australian literature, 8182
First Nations peoples, 82
British colonization of, 88, 89; see Treaty of Waitangi
immigration policies, 89
literary history, 9394
Pasifika peoples, 84
population demographics, 85
role of universities, 85, 86
te reo Māori, 86, 88
Aravamudan, Srinivas
Enlightenment Orientalism, 425
Tropicopolitans, 393
Atlantic, the, 428429
Black Atlantic, 429, 481
Christian slave economies, 316
transatlantic slave trave. See slavery
Auckland University, 7
The Phoenix and national literature, 9394
Austen, Jane, 214, 396
Australia, 2831, 8093, 9599, 101109
Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 81, 83, 84, 93
colonization of, 8788, 90
compromise of right thinking, 102
Indigenous Australian scholarship, 30
Indigenous Australians
constitutional recognition for, 81
literary culture in, 82
literary history, 9297; see Dixon, Robert
literary studies, 83, 8485
population demographics, 85
postcolonial studies in, 84
role of universities, 85, 86
Anglophile focus, 28
decolonization initiatives, 86
settler colonialism in, 30
The Voice to parliament, 89
treaty, 89
White Australia Policy, 89
Australian literature, 31
Aotearoa New Zealand and, 8182
First Nations peoples, 82
Indigenous literature, 83
Indigenous poets, 99
avant garde, 117
Aztlán, 377, 378
in El Henry, 378380
Baartman, Sarah, 341344
depicting agency, 343
imagery in the classroom, 343344
racialized sexuality, 342
Bahadur, Gaiutra
translating I Even Regret Night, 250
Bandung Conference, 179, 180, 286, 287
Batra, Kanika, 139
on Black Studies, 138
Baugh, Edward, 476, 478
Belzoni, Giovanni, 398, 399
Bennett, Louise, 466, 482, 484
“Jamaica Language,” 162, 461, 482
dialect poetry, 162, 461
Beowulf
decolonial reading, 360
Bhabha, Homi, 25, 172
on nation-space, 171
Biafran War, 306, 307, 311
aftermath, 309
representation in literature. See Abani, Chris
US stance, 308
Bible, the, 315317, 326; see Book of Revelation, the
African American interpretation, 317
justification of slavery, 316
relation to colonialism, 315
translation in Africa, 339
Bigger 6 Collective, the
decolonizing Romanticism, 159
Biko, Steve, 188, 189
Black British literature, 129; see Smith, Zadie
not auto-ethnography, 138
Black Consciousness, 187, 188190
Marxism and, 189190
White activists and, 188
Black Lives Matter, 1012, 32, 386; see Floyd, George
international support, 10
University of Chicago, 11
Black Power, 478
protests in Jamaica, 478
Black Studies, 139
at the University of Chicago, 11
in Britain, 139
representations in literature, 139
Blackness, 10, 128, 129, 142
and anti-Semitism in The Great Gatsby, 270272
in Black Consciousness, 189
in England, 128
in medieval art, 358
in the British academy, 132
political Blackness, 13
Blake, William, 396
Book of John Mandeville
representing foreignness, 158
Book of Revelation, the
decolonial message, 319, 320
exclusionary application, 328
in Haiti, 317, 320321, 325326
colonizing effects, 322323
decolonizing readings, 323325, 326
socio-historical context, 318320
Borderlands, US-Mexico, 367368
decolonial thought, 370371
Shakespeare in, 367368, 369, 371, 376
approaches to teaching, 382383
Borderlands, US–Mexico
Brathwaite, Kamau, 156157, 236
multimedia composition, 157, 158
nation language, 156, 245, 249, 467
on Caribbean poetry, 245
vernacular English, 245
British Empire. See Macaulay, Thomas
capitalism and extraction, 386387
colonial curriculum, 46, 47, 48, 238
English department in, 56
English language, 51
English literature and, 55, 150151, 242, 388, 420, 428
colonial subjecthood, 493
importance of the ocean, 427
in Aotearoa New Zealand, 88, 89
in British curricula, 387
in British Isles, 359
in India, 242, 394
in Victorian studies, 404405
invasion of Australia, 8788
role in opium trade, 429430
Scotland and, 390
the canon and, 407409
World Literature and, 424
Brodber, Erna
Myal
colonial literary education in, 473474
Bruce, James, 398
Calypso
poetry and, 482483
Cambridge History of World Literature, The, 422, 423
Cambridge, University of, 32
decentralized structure, 25
representations in literature, 138
teaching race in American Literature, 26
Canada
Canadian literature, 67
English Canada, 6768
Indian Residential Schools, 70
Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 68
Indigenous knowledge. See Indigenous epistemes
Indigenous literatures, 67, 69, 70
courses in, 67
place-based teaching, 63
storytelling, 71
canon, the
aesthetic education and, 15
canon as method, 14
canon wars, 9
colonial curricula and, 150
core methodologies and, 149
decolonizing romanticism, 396397
expansion and revision, 14
Indigenous authors and, 66
influence on pan-Africanists, 409
influence on anticolonial intellectuals, 407409
of contemporary British poetry, 441
postcolonial poetry and, 458
Cape Town, University of, 489, 491, 493
African literature at, 494495
dominance of English literary studies, 494
English Department at, 495
Capildeo, Vahni, 455
“In 2190, Albion’s Civil Conflicts Finally Divided Along Norman-Saxon Lines”
decolonizing practice, 456
Englishness and Otherness, 454455
in a course on “multicultural Britain,” 455456
capitalism
and imperialism, 481
decolonization attempts, 290
in universities, 32, 48
Marxist analysis, 189
plural origins, 195
print capitalism and the novel, 293
racial capitalism in South Africa, 189
World Literature and, 194, 195
Capitalocene, 387
Caribbean literary studies
beyond traditional genre, 482483
broadening the object of study, 483484
development of, 477481
methodological trends in, 485486
models of literary value, 479481
symbiosis of literature and criticism, 485
Caribbean literature, 249252
anglophone, 245
poetry, 458
South Asian languages and, 251
Caribbean, the
colonial literary education in, 473477
discursive formation of, 410
Carlyle, Thomas, 409
Education, Emigration, and Empire, 45
influence on W. E. B. Du Bois, 410
Irish migration, 43
on the “Irish condition,” 44
Carothers, J.C.
racist psychiatry, 339340
Cartography, 423
decolonial remapping in Kei Miller’s poetry, 466468
literary cartographies, 426
world-making in graduate courses and, 468
Caryl Phillips, 35
at Oxford, 2627
Casanova, Pascale, 294, 423
world-literary space, 293
Casement, Roger
investigation of Congo atrocities, 263264
Catholic church
in Haiti, 321
in Ireland, 5354
Celan, Paul
“Corona,” 116, 117, 118
Chakrabarty, Dipesh
life-worlds, 192
on history and capital, 191, 192
provincializing European modernity, 192, 193
Chaucer, Geoffrey
anti-Semitism, 362
depiction of Saracens, 356
in a decolonial syllabus, 351
Chicago (Abidjan), 335
Chicago World Exhibition
feminist intervention, 336, 337
Chicago, University of
Black Studies at, 11
Chicanx. See El Movimiento
cyberpunk and futurism, 378, 380
rasquachismo, 368, 378, 379, 381
speculative tradition, 376, 382
theater, 372381
Chigudu, Simukai, 13, 151
on Heart of Darkness, 151
China
impact of opium trade, 429430
chrestomathy
in Amitav Ghosh’s novels, 431
Christianity. See Bible, the; Crusades, the
Blackness and, 358
conversion to, 358
in Haiti, 317
slavery and, 316
Whiteness and, 358
class
class mobility in the UK, 33
impact on Black British education, 132
in England, 409
in Ireland, 47, 50; see Ireland
Coast Salish peoples, 60, 61
Coetzee, J. M.
Life & Times of Michael K
disability in, 301
Waiting for the Barbarians
disability in, 303
Cold War, 412
American imperialism, 415
anticolonial movements, 286, 288
international order, 291
Cole, Henri
“Sycamores,” 124
eroticism, 124
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Kubla Khan, 399
colonialism
and modernity, 168
civilizing mission, 90
discourse of, 490
in Humanities education, 149
in the Americas, 459
in the Indian Ocean, 427
material culture of, 339; see The Psychology of Mau Mau
origins of English literature, 238
residual forms, 284, 285, 286, 287289, 293, 296
Combahee River Collective, 269
confabulation, 170, 173, 176, 177, 179
as resistance to national narratives, 169
Congo Free State, the
colonial violence and exploitation, 261, 262263
exposure of atrocities, 263
site for adventure travelers, 334
Conrad, Joseph, 230
Heart of Darkness, 260262, 264269, 274
critiques of, 151
dreamscape and experience, 265266
interpretations of, 277
perception of time, 267268
representation of African characters, 264265, 266
representation of the Congo, 334
response to Belgian exploitation in the Congo, 262
White man’s place in the Empire, 268
in the Congo, 264
context
literary-aesthetic choices and, 268
literature and history, 80
literature and social context, 259260
contexture, 261, 268, 276
Cooper, Carolyn, 484, 486
embodied contexts of oral texts, 484
mutually constitutive relationship of high and low cultural forms, 483484
COVID-19
impact on teaching, 225
online opportunities, 225228
Creolization, 445
Critical Race Theory, 11, 410
Crusades, the
in medieval romance, 357359
racialization of Muslims, 354357
Cultural studies. See Hall, Stuart
at the University of the Witwatersrand, 501
D’Aguiar, Fred
on Black British poetry, 443
d’Arboussier, Gabriel
attack on negritude, 185, 186
Dakar
depiction in film, 283
dancehall, 483, 484
Dangarembga, Tsitsi
Nervous Conditions
mental illness and decolonization, 312
Das, Kamala
“The Prisoner,” 116, 117
lover’s body, 118
De Quincey, Thomas, 386
Confessions of an English Opium Eater, 399
decolonial, 415
decolonial method, 112
describing an active process, 241
limits of, 211
rather than postcolonial, 9697
decolonial pedagogy, 30, 80, 90102
against siloed curriculum, 276
formalist analysis, 99101
research and citation, 101
decoloniality, 34, 810
“true decolonization” and, 288
and dispossession;see land acknowledgments
as critical theory, 195197
in the US–Mexico Borderlands, 370371
ongoing process, 4
decolonization, 237, 275
active program of critique, 96, 236, 239, 485
and anticolonial thought, 7
as crisis of the present, 4, 13
as historical moment, 23, 406
as ongoing process, 241242, 244, 285, 286, 297, 351, 497
decolonizing Whiteness
in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, 89
depiction in film, 283284
distinct from decolonize, 406
formal decolonization, 284, 285, 291
discontent in the Caribbean, 478
gender and sexuality studies as method, 118, 121; see humanities
impact in the English department, 239
methodological nationalism, 286287
not a metaphor, 237
revolutionary potential, 237238
unfinished project, 149
decolonize
an institutional shift, 405
distinct from decolonization, 406
degree structure
challenges of, 258259
Dema, Tjawangwa
poetry and world-making, 468
Desai, Anita
Fasting, Feasting
disability and gender, 311
Dharker, Imtiaz
“The Trick,” 115
lover’s body, 116
Día de los Muertos, 372, 374
dialectical method
decolonial modes of reading, 197
from Marxism, 187, 196
importance of, 198
diaspora
Black diaspora, 139
literatures of, 500
Hindu diaspora, 252
of the Romani, 352
Diaz, Natalie
postcolonial poetry in the United States, 459
Dickinson, Emily
“Wild Nights – Wild Nights!,” 115
lover’s body, 115
disability
from wartime violence, 309
in postcolonial literature, 300301, 303, 305311
in postcolonial studies, 301302
in the Global South, 304305, 311
marginalization of, 304305
disability studies, 302
focus on Anglo-American texts, 302
postcolonial literature and, 300301
Dixon, Robert
Indigenous Australian languages, 97
literary scale, 96
nation-centrism, 93
Donne, John
“The Good-Morrow,” 115
lover’s body, 115
doubt, 274
in modernist representation, 265
in novels of ideas, 141
Douglass, Frederic, 429
Dowden, Edward, 48
and Shakespeare, 49
Irish unionism, 48, 49
Du Bois, W. E. B.
influence of Carlyle, 410
Duchamp, Marcel
infrathin, 112
East India Company, 394, 424
opium trade, 429430
Edoro, Aineh
anthropological readings of African texts, 202
Edoro, Ainehi, 203
education. See aesthetic education
Black British experiences, 132, 133
literary studies in the colonial Caribbean, 473477
racialized attainment gap, 132; see Shilliam, Robbie
the White middle class and, 133
Egblewogbe, Martin
Africanness, 208
Mr. Happy and the Hammer of God & Other Stories, 201, 207210
pedagogical value of nonrepresentation, 207208, 209210
self-minoritization, 201
El Movimiento, 372
in Chicanx theater, 377
in El Henry, 378, 380
Elhillo, Safia
English and Arabic, 461
Eliot, T. S.
“Little Gidding,” 117
enfranchisement
as approach to Caribbean literature, 477478
England, 409, 410
as racial state, 361362
Irish migration to, 43
Irish unrest, 43
national education, 46
English language
as a world language, 421, 425, 432, 435
as medium of translation, 426
as vernacular, 239, 241, 245
strategies for teaching, 247252
dialects and ownership of, 461
dominance destabilized, 239
global Englishes, 240, 246, 392
as decolonial approach, 434
in India, 240, 242244
in translation, 251, 499
language debates, 242, 292
racialization, 245
Roman script, 243
Englishness, 241, 388, 405, 454, 493, 501, 502
and Shakespeare, 368
challenge from African literature, 502
Equiano, Olaudah
Interesting Narrative, 393
equity-seeking groups, 89, 257
eroticism, 112, 113
decolonization and, 123
the body in poetry, 114119, 124
eugenics
The Bell Curve, 334
Eurocentrism, 230
in ancient literary history, 159
in histories of Africa, 222
in histories of modernity, 192
Europe
anti-Semitism in, 360362
modernity and, 192
race in the Middle Ages, 351353, 354357
extremism
counterforces, 350
Islamist, 350
Fanon, Frantz
“decolonize” as neocolonial tactic, 416
attack on racist psychiatry, 340
Black Skin, White Masks, 127
racial signification, 127
Blackness in France, 128
challenge to Marxism, 185
humanism, 288, 290, 406
nation-state as the horizon of decolonization, 291
on decolonization, 288, 290, 291, 406
on violence and decolonization, 237, 307
Wretched of the Earth, 13
Fawwaz, Zaynab
changing perceptions of Arab women, 336337, 338
feminism, 338
Chicana feminism, 370
perceptions of Arab women, 336337
First Nations
in Aotearoa New Zealand, 88
language, 97, 98
in Australia, 87
contemporary writing, 91
languages, 86, 97, 98
literary culture, 82, 83
presence on literary curricula, 90
territorial sovereignty, 87
The Voice to parliament, 89
university presence, 86
in Canada, 73
problems with “postcolonial,” 96
First Peoples
in Canada, 73
Fitzgerald, F. Scott
The Great Gatsby, 269272, 274
absence of Black characters, 269270
racism and anti-Semitism, 270272
Floyd, George, 9, 10, 11, 12, 256, 257, 261, 386
Forna, Aminatta, 204
against essentialist classification, 211
Fort Hare University, 496
Foucault, Michel, 130, 447
power, 63
violence, 490, 491
Frontera, La. See Borderlands, US–Mexico
Garvey, Marcus, 409
Gates, Henry Louis Jr.
on Frantz Fanon, 128
gender
and disability, 311
at the Chicago World Fair, 336337
cultural colonization and, 358
gender and sexuality studies. See queer studies; Tudor, Aloysxa; Women’s Studies Quarterly; trans studies
as decolonizing method, 111125
geopolitics
in the classroom, 239
of English language and literature, 241
Ghana, 256
Ghana, University of
Africanization, 218220
of the English Department, 219
decolonial change at the English Department, 220
English curriculum, 260
history of, 217220
colonial origins, 217218
influence of University of London, 218
Introduction to African Literature, 221
experiential pedagogy, 222224
response to COVID-19, 225228
syllabus, 225
legacy of colonialism, 214215
Ghanaian literature, 207210
Ghazal, 462
Ghosh, Amitav, 427
Ibis novels, 427
the ocean and linguistic experimentation, 431432
Sea of Poppies
challenging standard English, 433
Gikandi, Simon, 5
Englishness, 493, 502
on outcomes of colonial schooling, 475
on slavery in British consciousness, 386
racial slavery and literary studies, 393
temporality of colonialism, 4
Gilman, Charlotte Perkins
sexism in modern medicine, 338
The Yellow Wallpaper, 337
Glasgow
Scottish independence and, 390
slavery reparations, 389
Glasgow, University of
addressing racial inequality on campus, 389
imperial origins of English department, 388
reparations for slavery, 389
globalism
in the Middle Ages, 362, 363
literary globalism, 426
globalization
World Literature and, 422
Goodison, Lorna, 2
“Hope Gardens,” 12
poetry as decolonizing practice, 463465
William Wordsworth and, 464
Gopal, Priyamvada, 7, 388, 399
critique of postcolonial theory, 25
importance of historical context, 390
Grace, Patricia
conflicting histories and temporalities, 92
Graham, Maria, 398
Gurnah, Abdul Razak, 427
Haiti
Christianity in, 320321
colonization, 317
end of times theology, 322, 323
revolution of 1786
significance to romanticism, 394
Hale, Dorothy
on Zadie Smith’s On Beauty, 137, 138
Hall, Stuart, 35, 128
Blackness in England, 128
cultural studies, 35, 139
on English history, 349
on Frantz Fanon, 127
Rhodes Scholarship, 35, 128
Harjo, Joy, 459
Hayford, J. E. Casely
Ethiopia Unbound
remaking colonial institutions, 295
Gold Coast Native Institutions, 294296
decolonization as imperialization, 294
Hemans, Felicia, 399
hierarchy
geographical hierarchy, 37
racial hierarchy, 37
in South Africa, 189
Hofmeyr, Isabel
on Pilgrim’s Progress, 150
Holden, Madronna, 61
Hong Kong, 430
hooks, bell
eros, 110, 113
Hottentot Venus. See Baartman, Sarah
Howe, Sarah, 446
controversy after T. S. Eliot Prize win, 447
Loop of Jade
challenging lyric poetics, 446, 447
undermining lyric authenticity, 447448
humanism, 288, 406
humanities
future of, 58
genderqueer methods, 119123
impact of, 36
in Aotearoa New Zealand, 86
in Australia, 86
imperialism
American imperialism, 411414, 415
and capitalism, 7, 481
and Englishness, 405
civilizing mission, 46
in anthologies, 163
in the Victorian canon, 405
in universities, 8
India
in the British Empire, 394
partition of, 409
role in opium trade, 429430
role of English language, 240, 242244
Indian Civil Service, 47, 48, 388
Indian Ocean, 429430
connection to Atlantic perspectives, 430, 432
indentured labor, 429
linguistic encounters in Amitav Ghosh’s novels, 431432
on a decolonial syllabus, 430431
opium trade, 429
unfamiliar to US students, 431
Indigenous epistemes
in Australia, 30
in Borderlands drama, 374376
in Canada, 61, 65, 66
pedagogy, 71
storytelling, 71
in medieval texts, 360
in the academy, 30, 66, 69
time immemorial, 9192; see Wright, Alexis
Indigenous literatures
in Aotearoa New Zealand. See Aotearoa New Zealand
in Australia. See Australia
in Canada. See Canada
individualism, 136
institutional Authority, 3234
religious influence on the university, 33
state influence on the university, 33
interdisciplinarity, 9
in African literature at the University of the Witwatersrand, 501
interleafing, 273274
in decolonial reading, 275
international law. See United Nations
coloniality of, 287
intersectionality, 269, 276
Ireland, 42
and the Indian Civil Service, 47, 48
Catholic education, 49, 5152, 53; see Joyce, James
Catholic middle class, 47, 50; see Joyce, James
Celtic Tiger, 57
class and education, 54, 55
education in Northern Ireland, 53
English department in, 47, 55, 57
future of, 58
English language education, 5051
gender in education, 5455
Great Famine, 44, 47, 57
hedge school, 43
history of education, 42, 45, 55
English literature, 48
immigration and population change, 57
in medieval English writing, 359
Irish language, 53, 463
Irish literature
postcolonial readings, 56
Irishness, 53
Partition, 5254
Islam
racialization of
after 9/11, 355
in medieval romance, 357
in the Middle Ages, 354357
Jamaica, 466, 477
Black Power in, 478
in Lorna Goodison’s poetry, 464
James, C. L. R.
grammar school education in the colonial Caribbean, 475
influence of British canon, 408
promotion of West Indian literature, 477478
The Black Jacobins, 409
Jameson, Fredric
differentiated social time, 193
third world literature, 206, 302
Jews
anti-Semitism. See Anti-Semitism
expulsion from England, 158, 361, 454
in medieval Europe, 360362
Jeyifo, Biodun
at the University of Ibadan, 219, 231
Johnson, Linton Kwesi
on a syllabus, 445
Jones, William, 394, 424
Joyce, James, 19, 49
Catholic education, 49
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
linguistic oppression, 51
Trinity College, 5051
Ulysses
on anthologization, 153
justice
reading for, 257, 258
in The Great Gatsby, 272
interconnected curriculum, 276
intersectionality and, 276
representation of historical context, 276
Kapil, Bhanu, 446
Ban en Banlieue
lyric entanglement, 449
How to Wash a Heart, 448
lyric as a form of cleansing, 449450
refusal of identification with lyric subject, 450451
lyric subject and personal identity, 449
racial otherness and lyric alternatives, 446
Kaplan, Robert
pathological description of Abidjan, 335
Kincaid, Jamaica.
Annie John
colonial literary education in, 474
King of Moorland, 358
Kipling, Rudyard
on colonial curricula, 474
Kirkwood, Mike
White consciousness, 189
land acknowledgments, 60, 62
language
after empire, 51, 157
decolonization and, 244
dehumanizing language, 332
histories of exchange, 425426
identity and
suggested assignment, 248
in nineteenth-century maritime worlds, 431432
land and, 97
language debates, 242, 292
racialization, 245
relationship between written and spoken languages
in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, 9799
the erotic literary object and, 125
translation from First Nations languages. See translation
Laskari
in Amitav Ghosh’s novels, 431
law
literature and, 293
Leane, Jeanine, 80, 101
on decolonized pedagogy and Indigenous history, 9091
Lee Kuan Yew
From Third World to First
on Singapore’s success, 181
in, 179, 180
in The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye, 174, 175, 176
on Singapore’s success, 181182
Lee, Christopher J, 237
Legon
University of Ghana, 214, 218, 219, 261
Leicester, University of
cuts to medieval curriculum, 350
Levine, Caroline
on anthologizing world literature, 161
Liew, Sonny
counterfactual histories, 174, 175
disrupting state narratives, 174
representing neglected histories, 173174
The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye
disrupting national narratives, 169, 173176, 182
government disapproval, 175
literariness
ethnographic reception of non-White texts, 258, 259
expanding definitions, 160162
orality and text, 221
redefining a text, 221
literary value, 480
defining literariness, 258
in Caribbean literary studies, 477, 479481
interpretations of text, 221
locating First Nations writers, 100
poetic value, 442
race, class, gender, 483
role of literary prizes, 446
literature in English, 28, 97, 237
local knowledge
literature and, 69
Los Angeles, 372, 373, 375, 376
Lougheed, Kevin, 45, 46
Love, Heather
close reading and thin description, 121
on queer method, 123
Lowe, Lisa
past conditional temporality, 181
Macaulay, Thomas, 407
“Minute on Indian Education,” 242, 243
impact on caste privilege, 243
Englishness, 388
MacKinlay, Elizabeth
desire in-between, 110, 114
to live and work in-between, 118
Makereti, Tina, 9496
decolonizing literary time, 95
interrelationality, 95
Māori literature and nation-centrism, 94
Manathunga, Catherine, 85
Mandela, Nelson, 492, 503
Manganyi, Noel Chabani, 340
Mani, B. Venkat
on multilingualism and World Literature, 433
Manichaeism, 328
Manitoba, University of, 69
Maracle, Lee, 70
Marechera, Dambudzo
refusal of cultural ambassadorship, 203
Marsh, Selina Tusitala
critique of Pacific colonization, 99, 100
Marx, Karl, 187
history and capital, 191
Marxism
anticolonialism and, 185187
Black Consciousness and, 189190
combined and uneven development, 193
dialectical method, 187, 196
in literary methodology, 193, 194195, See Warwick Research Collective
in subaltern studies, 191192
literature and, 186
response from decoloniality, 195196
materialism
as a negation of Hegelian idealism, 187
historical, 185
Marxist, 196
Mbembe, Achille, 36
decolonization, 8
on Blackness, 142
medicine. See psychiatry
treatment of women, 337, 338
medicine, history of. See psychiatry
interest in human displays, 342
racialized illness, 332
role of literature, 345
scientific racism, 339340
using primary sources, 333
medieval studies, 350351
decolonial syllabi, 357
decolonizing curriculum, 350, 351
entrenched conservatism, 350
Indigenous perspectives in, 360
Medievalists of Color, 159, 350
Mexica, the
mythology in The Language of Flowers, 374376
Middle Ages, the, 351355; see romance, medieval
anti-Semitism in, 360362
race and religion, 354357
race in, 158, 351353
teaching globalism in, 362, 363
transatlantic colonization, 359, 360
Mignolo, Walter, 3, 24, 25
challenge from interleafing, 275
decolonial method, 110
decolonial pluriversality, 111, 119
decoloniality, 111
epistemic disobedience, 36
freedom and coloniality, 113
knowledge creation, 113
Marxist materialism and, 196
on formal decolonization, 286
Miller, Kei
on role of postcolonial poets, 458
The Cartographer Tries to Map a Way to Zion
mapping new cartographies through poetry, 465468
modernisms, 112
avant garde poetry, 117
modernity
coloniality and, 3
provincializing European modernity, 192; see Chakrabarty, Dipesh
singular, 194
temporality, 4, 9192
Mohabir, Rajiv
English and translating I Even Regret Night, 249251
monolingualism, 244
monuments. See Rhodes Must Fall
English syllabus in South Africa, 493
force of memory, 492
malls in South Africa, 492
semiotic field of colonialism and, 490
symbolic presence, 490
Voortrekker Monument, 503
Moretti, Franco
law of literary evolution, 294
Morris, Mervyn
on Louise Bennett, 482, 483
Morrison, Toni, 1516, 28, 275
and canon revision, 16
double consciousness, 142
on canon revision, 16
Mphahlele, Es’kia, 500
Muldoon, Paul
translation of Pharaoh’s Daughter, 462463
multilingualism, 245
as decolonial approach to English literature, 434
global Anglophone and, 432435
in one language, 249
vernacular English and, 245
multimedia
as decolonial technique, 156, 158; see Brathwaite, Kamau
challenges for anthologization, 161162
for state storytelling, 170, 171
Nahuatl, 374
Naipaul, V. S.
A House for Mr Biswas
colonial literary education in, 474
Namjoshi, Suniti
Altitudes, 119
National Endowment for the Humanities
Victorian studies and, 413
national identity
in Singapore, 170, 171
in the Irish Free State, 53
nation-state, 290
as colonial form, 292, 293
in decolonization, 295
in World Literature, 293294
national literature, 478
naturalization of, 291292
role of literature, 292
Native Americans
in Vinland Sagas, 359
nature, 61
cheap nature, 387
in Canada, 17
in constitution of Ecuador, 24
literature and, 62
Ndebele, Njabulo
need for dialectical accounts, 197198
subjective experience and racial oppression, 190
Nealee, 397
negritude, 185
obfuscation by Jean-Paul Sartre, 185
neoliberalism
in academia, 122, 138
midcentury decolonization and, 290
transnational, 312
New Criticism
lyric poetry and, 440
New Lanark Cotton Mills, 387
New South Wales, University of, 84
decolonial pedagogy, 86
New Zealand. See Aotearoa New Zealand
Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o, 5, 25
“On the Abolition of the English Department,” 24, 238, 388
against English literature, 242
as Bible translator, 339
Decolonising the Mind, 7, 292
importance of English in colonial education, 503
on South African English syllabi, 499
role in language debates, 292
significance in Scotland, 391
Third Worldist universalism, 406
Ní Dhomhnaill, Nuala
Pharaoh’s Daughter
translation into English, 462463
Nietschze, Friedrich
monumental and critical histories, 154155
Nigeria, 306; see Biafran War
decolonization of, 308
Nigerian literature, 305311
Norton Anthology of English Literature, 152, 154
editing the 11th edition, 157, 158
interrogating the canon, 156
migration and race, 157
which English?, 157
Norton Anthology of World Literature, 160161
novel, the
as colonial form, 293, 294
nation and, 292
representing the lives of others, 137
O’Connor, Erin
against postcolonial critique, 414
oceans. See Atlantic, the; Indian Ocean; Pacific, the
in British Empire, 427
in decolonial cartography, 432
in literary history, 428
in literature, 427
in world literary studies, 427
linguistic encounters in literature, 431432
on a decolonial syllabus, 430431
Olusoga, David, 387
opium, 429430
First Opium War, 430
opium trade, 433
oral literature
in African universities, 220, 231
oral narratives, 64, 70
orality
anglophone literature and, 252
experiential learning, 221
oral histories, 222223
in translation, 251
oral histories, 222223
Oxford English Dictionary, 432
Oxford, University of, 32
English Faculty, 26
teaching race in American Literature, 26
Rhodes Must Fall and. See Rhodes Must Fall
statue of Cecil Rhodes, 331
p’Bitek, Okot
Song of Lawino
strategies for teaching, 247248
Pacific, the, 82, 99
Aotearoa New Zealand and, 84
palimpsest, 111
paracolonialism, 470
Partition
of India, 409
of Ireland, 5254
Parzival, 358
Pasifika peoples
in Aotearoa New Zealand, 84
in Australia, 84
Paz, Octavio, 117
“Counterparts,” 116
lover’s body, 117, 118
on Jean-Paul Sartre, 112
on the Marquis de Sade, 125
Pedagogy
anti-racist, 333
challenges for a course in “Black British Poetry,” 443444
challenges of degree structure, 258259
course on “multicultural Britain,” 455456
distributing power with classroom setup, 229
experiential learning, 221
in Accra, 222224
importance of translation, 363, 425
Indigenous pedagogy, 72
in Canada, 71, 72
state pedagogy, 171, 172
student agency, 71, 102, 224
suggested assignment on linguistic identity, 248
teaching variety in British poetry, 444446
teaching vernacular English, 247252
through theater, 177
transhistorical comparison, 274275
visiting practitioners, 225228
penumbra
of a literary text, 112, 113
philology
colonial enterprise and, 424, 428
nineteenth-century recovery of early modern endeavors, 424
orientalist scholarship and, 421, 424
Pinto, Samantha
diasporic epistemologies, 130
pluriversalism, 36, 111, 119, 196
poetics
in teaching, 456
poetry
as decolonial critique, 99, 100
love and the body, 114119, 124
poetry and world-making, 463469
race in Britain and, 455
teaching Black British poetry, 443444
teaching variety in British poetry
poetry, lyric. See Kapil, Bhanu; Howe, Sarah
authenticity and, 439, 441
decolonized reading, 443
lyric subject, 438, 439, 440441
identification between reader and speaker, 439, 440, 442
identification of poet with speaker, 443
objectification of non-White poets, 440
race in Britain and, 438439, 443
reclaiming from whiteness, 451
poetry, postcolonial, 456
decolonizing language, 463
development as a field, 456457
in the Caribbean, 458
in the United States, 458460
on an American syllabus, 460
the canon and, 458
positionality
in research, 96
in the classroom, 333, 335
postcolonial
limits of the term, 457
postcolonial studies
disability and, 300301, 302304
allegorical readings of disability, 301302
English studies and, 241
impact on national canons, 392
in Australia, 97
in Ireland, 56
in the Anglophone academy, 405
in the United States, 458
limits in Africa, 501
limits of, 445
problematic of the “postcolonial,” 9697
postcolonialism, 4
and national literatures in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, 96
impact on English curriculum, 421
James Joyce and. See Joyce, James
limits of, 210, 494
Marxism and, 186
Marxist critique of, 193
power, coloniality of, 284, 294
Prasad, Chandrabhan
on caste and English language, 243
prizes, literary
literary value and, 446
psychiatry
complicit with colonialism, 339340
in Africa, 339
literature and, 340341
trauma of colonialism, 341
publishing
barriers in the Global South, 469
in Australia, 83
Queens University of Ireland, 47
queer studies. See Women’s Studies Quarterly
self-narration, 120
race. See Blackness; negritude
in British lyric poetry, 438439, 443
in British poetry, 455
in medieval art, 358
in medieval Europe, 351353
in medieval romance, 357359
religion and, 354357; see The King of Tars
sexuality and. See Baartman, Sarah
social mobility, 133; see Smith, Zadie
teaching race and racism, 333, 335
images of Sarah Baartman, 343344
racial justice, 9
racism
evolutionary, 359
literary tropes, 334, 335
systemic
in the United Kingdom, 31
Ramazani, Jahan
homogenizing effects of postcolonial reading, 445
identification of postcolonial poetry, 456457
on Black British poetry, 445
Rambaran-Olm, Mary
decentering Eurocentric narratives, 159
Ranasinha, Ruvani, 456
Rastafarianism
in Kei Miller’s poetry, 467
Occupy Pinnacle, 465
realism
and social representativeness, 204
transcontinental history, 433
reparations
for slavery, 389
representativeness, 204
realism and, 205
res nullius, 87
in Australia, 87
Rhodes Must Fall, 1215, 23, 31, 151, 333, 389, 489
fault lines of, 502, 504
in Cape Town, 23, 493
in Oxford, 12, 23
recontextualizing histories in shared spaces, 155
significance of statue, 489490
traces of colonialism and apartheid, 491492
transformation of higher education, 502
Rhodes University, 492
radical literature syllabus, 495
Rhodes, Cecil. See Rhodes Must Fall
Mzilikazi and, 492
Nelson Mandela and, 492
significance of statue, 489490
traces of colonialism and apartheid, 491492
Richard Coer de Lyon
cannibalism as colonial aggression, 356357
Rivera, Lisa
on chicanx cyberpunk, 378
Rodríguez, Juana María, 110
new sexual futures, 119
queer methods, 120
Rohlehr, Gordon, 486
calypso and poetry, 482483
Roman van Moriaen, 358
romance, medieval, 357359; see Richard Coer de Lyon; The King of Tars; Parzival; Roman van Moriaen; King of Moorland
on decolonial syllabi, 357
Romanticism. See Bigger 6 Collective, the
Black romanticism, 392, 393
colonial concerns, 395
heterogeneous Britain, 391
poetry inspired by travel narratives, 399
remapping the canon, 396397
Scottish, 391
departmental classification, 391
travel writing in a decolonized curriculum, 397399
Royal Ontario Museum
Into the Heart of Africa, 334
Rushdie, Salman
Midnight’s Children
disability in, 301
Russia
literary influence on South Africa, 432
Rutgers University
teaching Victorian studies, 404
Said, Edward, 25
context of criticism, 259
contrapuntal reading, 273, 481
San Diego, 378, 379
Saracens, 355
in medieval literature, 356
in medieval romance, 356357
Saro-Wiwa, Ken, 242
Scarry, Elaine
on Zadie Smith’s On Beauty, 137
Scotland, 386
benefits from empire, 390
independence movement, 390
legacy of slavery, 387
Romanticism, 391
teaching language and literature, 391
Scott, Kim, 91
Scott, Walter, 396
script, 243
Selasi, Taiye
on ethnographic reception of African writing, 202, 204
review of Swing Time, 134
Sembène, Ousmana
Xala
depiction of decolonization, 283284
semiotic field
of colonialism, 490
Senegal
depiction in film, 284
settler colonialism
as ongoing practice, 96
English written word, 64
in Aotearoa New Zealand, 85
in Australia, 30, 85, 88
in Canada, 67
in the Americas, 460
in the Vinland Sagas, 359
language extinction, 65
misogyny and, 85
national education systems, 46
sexism
in Australia, 103
in modern medicine, 337, 338
SG 200. See Singapore Bicentennial
Shakespeare, William, 274
adaptations of Henry IV, Part I, 376381
adaptations of Romeo and Juliet, 372376
colonial modernity and, 371
colonial power and, 368, 371
decolonial appropriation of, 369, 382, 499
in the British Empire, 493
in the US–Mexico Borderlands, 367368, 369, 371, 376
teaching, 382383
Shastri, Lalbihari
I Even Regret Night
translation as historical recovery, 249252
Shelley, Mary, 396
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Ozymandias, 399
Shilliam, Robbie
deficit model in education, 132, 136
educational maltreatment, 132
monocultural university, 132, 133
sign language, 306
Siguenza, Herbert
El Henry, 367, 371
decolonial politics and poetics, 376381
structures of coloniality, 376381
Singapore. See Singapore Bicentennial; Lee Kuan Yew
colonial legacy in, 169
literature, 169170, 182
national imaginary, 167169, 170172
representing colonial history, 172
symbolism of Raffles, 167, 169, 179
Singapore Bicentennial, 169
commemorating colonialism, 167169
legacy of colonialism, 172
shaping foundational myths, 171
From Singapore to Singaporean, 170
state storytelling, 171
Sinha, Indra
AnimalsPeople
disability and global capitalism, 312
slavery, 386
Christianity and, 316
in medieval Europe, 353
reading and liberation, 316
reparations for, 389
transatlantic slave trade, 429
Smith, Zadie, 129, 131132, 133136
“Sentimental Education”
unexamined privilege, 142
antiessentialism, 129, 142
at Cambridge University, 138
Blackness and readership, 129, 142
decolonization and counterhegemonic spaces of education, 141
dis-ordered writing and decolonizing potential, 130
fetishization of Black women writers, 129
NW, 135
On Beauty, 136
Black meritocracy, 140141
Black Studies, 139
distributive justice, 137
interpersonal connection, 137
social construction of beauty, 137, 138
the limits of progressive racial politics, 139140
problematizing Blackness, 129
Swing Time, 131132
colonialism and sexual experimentation, 131
connectivity and collectivity, 136
race and social mobility, 133135
social sciences
queer methods, 120
sound
in African literature, 224
South Africa
African languages departments in, 497
apartheid, 188
impact on African languages teaching, 497
racial capitalism, 189
remembered by Rhodes statue, 492
spatial legacy, 492
comparison with nineteenth-century Russia, 432
English departments in, 495, 496
African literature at, 499
competing interest groups, 496
English literature syllabus in, 493, 497
literature, 189
Marxism and Black Consciousness, 188190
South Asia
writers in the romantic period, 394
Southey, Robert
in decolonial teaching, 395
Spanish, 374, 376
Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty
“Can the Subaltern Speak?”
subaltern subjectivity, 191
imperialism and Englishness, 405
Srinivasan, Ragini Tharoor
challenging singular narration, 172
Subaltern Studies Group, 188, 190192; see Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty
Guha, Ranajit, 190, 192
in Victorian studies, 405
Marxism and, 191192
Suleri, Sara, 396
Sydney, University of, 30
and Indigenous scholarship, 30
T. S. Eliot Prize, 446, 447
Tagore, Rabindranath
on influence of British literature, 407
in India, 407
Teatro, 377
in El Henry, 378
territorial sovereignty, 29
English literature and, 66
in Aotearoa New Zealand, 89
in Australia, 87, 89
in Canada, 63
literary education and, 68
The King of Tars
race and religion, 357
religion and the body, 158
The Psychology of Mau Mau, 339
theater
“Merdeka,” 177181
Chicanx, 372381
pedagogical space, 177, 178
subversive metatheater, 178
Thomas, Nicholas, 29, 397
tokenism
in literary syllabi, 496
Torabully, Khal
coolitude, 429
trans studies. See Tudor, Aloysxa
destabilizing power in the literary curriculum, 122123
trans-ing, 122, 123
translation
as English literary history, 247
as historical recovery, 249252
between First Nations languages and English, 98
in world literary studies, 425
of canonical texts as decolonial act, 498499
postcolonial poetry and, 462463
role in decolonial pedagogy, 363
translation studies, 246
travel writing
as colonial knowledge, 397
challenges for teaching, 399
heteroglossic qualities, 397
in a decolonized romantic curriculum, 397399
in romantic poetry, 399
racialized representation, 334
Treaty of Waitangi, 88, 89
Tricontinental, the
commitment to full independence, 287, 289
Trinity College (Dublin), 47, 48
Protestant dominance, 47
representations in literature, 5051
Tropicopolitans, 393
Tudor, Aloysxa
decolonial perspective on gender, 111, 114
decolonizing education, 122
shape-shifting gender, 121
trans-ing. See Trans studies
Tuhiwai Smith, Linda
dehumanizing language, 332
on travel writing as colonial knowledge, 397
Twain, Mark
on Cecil Rhodes, 27
race and, 27
United Kingdom. See Black British Literature
A-levels
poets of color on the syllabus, 441
global empire in education, 387
history of English department in, 388
legacy of slavery, 386
teaching a poetic tradition, 444446
teaching Black British poetry, 443444
UK universities
capitalism and class mobility, 33
equal access, 32
meritocratic model, 31
United Nations, 428
decolonizing international law, 289290
disability human rights, 304
United States, 256257
postcolonial poetry in, 458460
postcolonial studies in, 458
racial injustice, 256
teaching literature in, 257
teaching with anthologies, 152, 160
Victorian studies and, 412414
universal, the
colonial forms and, 294
universalism
“university” and, 33, 37
local knowledge and, 34
planetary universalism, 37
pluriversalism and, 36
universality, 28
colonial forms and, 288
in lyric poetry, 438, 440, 450
University College Dublin, 47
University of the Western Cape
African literature at, 495
English language syllabus, 495
Unnuth, Abhimanyu
Lal Pasina
multilingualism in, 433
van Neerven, Ellen
Australian Indigenous sovereignty, 87
Venuti, Lawrence
translation as political act, 498
vernacular, the, 239241, 423
anglophone aesthetics in India, 434
English as vernacular, 241, 245
strategies for teaching, 247252
Victorian studies, 404, 414
British Empire and, 404405
history of the field, 411414
in the United States, 412414, 415
resistance to decolonization, 410411, 414, 415
shaped by the National Endowment for the Humanities, 413
Victorian Studies
Victorianism
anticolonial thought and, 407
Villarreal, Edit
The Language of Flowers, 367, 371, 372376
colonial violence in, 372373, 375
Mexica mythology, 374376
Vinland Sagas, 353, 359360
failure of settler colonialism, 359
racing of Native Americans, 359
violence
colonialism as slow violence, 491
Viswanathan, Gauri, 150151, 241
Vodou, 321
in Lorna Goodison’s poetry, 465
Walcott, Derek, 457, 458
tough aesthetic, 2
Walsh, Catherine, 3, 111; see Mignolo, Walter
Warwick Research Collective, 187, 193195
Combined and Uneven Development, 193
single capitalist history, 195
supplanting colonial binaries, 194
world-literature, 193
Wedderburn, Robert
comparison with Olaudah Equiano, 394
West Africa, 294
West Indian Readers, 474
West Indies, 474, 475
West Indies, University of the, 389, 476
Black Power protests and, 478
Department of English at, 475476
Wevers, Lydia, 83
Wheatley, Phyllis, 394
White supremacy, 316
appropriation of premodern symbols, 349350
appropriations of early literature, 159
Whiteness, 127, 142
Christianity and, 358
decolonizing Whiteness, 89
in lyric poetry, 440, 441, 442
in the romantic curriculum, 392
institutional, 32
of Victorian canon, 405
Williams, Eric
critique of colonial historiography in the Caribbean, 410
Witwatersrand, University of the
African Literature department at, 500501
impact of, 501
cultural studies at, 501
womanhood
erasure of, 338
Womens Studies Quarterly;See Love, Heather
Queer Method, 120
Wordsworth, William
environment and colonial encounter, 395
Lorna Goodison and, 464
World Literature, 36, 96, 116, 365, 420; see Norton Anthology of World Literature
anthologies and, 152
colonial genealogies, 424
competing definitions, 421, 422, 423
contemporary revival, 420
decolonial approach, 421
defining “world,” 421, 422, 423
defining literariness, 161
effects of anthologization, 161
globalization and, 422
importance of nation, 293294
in South African English departments, 499
in the English curriculum, 424
literary cartographies, 426
premodern genealogies, 423, 424
role of translation, 424, 425
spatial scale, 426
world-literature, 194
world, the
in World Literature, 421, 422, 423
world-making, 422
cartography in graduate courses and, 468
through poetry, 463469
with Indian Ocean, 432
Wright, Alexis, 30, 82
Carpentaria
time immemorial, 9192
Wynter, Sylvia, 468, 486
criticism as interpretive activity, 481
imported models of literary value in the Caribbean, 479481
questions for students, 485
Yeats, William Butler, 5455
“Among School Children”
youth and class in education, 54
views on education, 55