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Globalisation and literary studies

Atkinson, W 2006, ‘The Perils of World Literature‘, World Literature Today, vol. 80, no. 5, pp. 43-47

Dixon, Robert. Navigating the global: Theories of global and local spaces, and Alex Miller’s ‘Journey to the stone countryMetaphor, English Teachers Association NSW No. 2, May 2015: 5-11

Fluck, W., & Jay, P. (2012). Global matters: The transnational turn in literary studies. Journal of American Studies, 46(2), 532-534

Jaramillo, C 2017, ‘Transarea. A Literary History of Globalization‘, Rocky Mountain Review, vol. 71, no. 1, pp. 60-63

Hussey, M 2016, ‘Virginia Woolf and Her Legacy in the Age of Globalization‘, Virginia Woolf Miscellany, no. 90, pp. 34-35.

Chapter 9: Globalization, 2001 in Post-Colonial Transformation, Taylor & Francis Ltd / Books, pp. 206-225
Abstract: This article discusses various issues related to the concept of “globalization” in post-colonial studies. Globalization proves to be an endless source of cultural surprise. One cannot understand globalization without understanding the structure of global power relations which flourishes in the twenty-first century as an economic, cultural and political legacy of Western imperialism. Post-colonial theory, and particularly the example of post-colonial literatures, can provide very clear models for understanding how local communities achieve agency under the pressure of global hegemony. One reason for addressing global culture in terms of a post-colonial model is to develop strategies for handling the relentless economic devastation which globalization wreaks on smaller economies. A common view among theorists in the developing world is that globalization is simply recolonization. There are many globalisms: sociological, economic, political, cultural, depending on the discipline from which the phenomenon is approached. But all of them may be addressed in terms of the model of power relations developed over several centuries of European imperialism.

Zheng, Z 2014, ‘Bibliography for the Study of Literature, East Asia, and Globalization‘, CLCWeb: Comparative Literature & Culture: A WWWeb Journal, vol. 16, no. 6, pp. 1-7. AAvailable from: 10.7771/1481-4374.2592. [16 October 2017].

Generally on globalisation

Obamam, B 2014, ‘JOIN US IN THIS COMMON MISSION.’, [Vital Speeches of the Day], Vital Speeches of the Day, vol. 80, no. 11, pp. 369-374

Davis, R 2008, ‘The people vs Starbucks‘, New Internationalist, no. 410, pp. 21-23

Harari, Y 2017, ‘The age of disorder’, New Statesman, vol. 146, no. 5376, pp. 24-27

Makin, AJ 2017, ‘THE CASE FOR GLOBALISATION‘, Ecodate, vol. 31, no. 4, pp. 3-7 – Good overview

Ransom, D 2010, ‘Globalization on the rocks‘, New Internationalist, no. 430, pp. 4-7.

Morehouse, W 2009, ‘Globalization on Steroids Dubai’, American Scholar, vol. 78, no. 1, pp. 6-10

Fiction Books

Blueback  /  Tim Winton ; illustrations by Andrew Davidson.  (1999)

The Joy Luck Club  /  Amy Tan.  (1993)

Dirt music /  Tim Winton.  (2002)

The white tiger /  Aravind Adiga.  (2009)

So yesterday : a novel /  by Scott Westerfeld.  (2004)

The road /  Cormac McCarthy.  (2006)

The kite runner /  Khaled Hosseini.  (2007)
Read War Stories READ WAR F HOS

Wild swans: three daughters of China /  Jung Chang.  (1992)
Read Biography READ BIO 951.05 CHA

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