Academic, scholarly, and critical articles on postcolonial poets, novelists, essayists, and travel writers of the twentieth century, who write in English: in Britain, the U.S., and throughout the world. All articles are open access and free.
Postcolonial Networks is the first Internet community for scholars, activists and pastors committed to postcolonial societies. At Postcolonial Networks you will meet people who share your interests and you will have the opportunity to read high quality reviews on books, films and arts.
The Postcolonial Studies website (PS) is a project in progress at the English Department at Emory University. Begun in Spring 1996, it is intended to serve primarily as a resource for students of postcolonial literature and theory at Emory University. Another important objective, however, is to provide a site on the Web where people from around the country and around the world can come for an introduction to major topics and issues in Postcolonial Studies. The information provided is not intended to be either exhaustive or authoritative, but rather to furnish a scaffolding for more intensive explorations into a field that is rapidly becoming very important.
Created by George P. Landow, Brown University, this is one of the most comprehensive web resources on Postcolonial Studies.
This is our attempt to engage in a wider conversation with the readers about issues of postcolonial studies and critical pedagogy. We would love to hear your views on these and other related issues.