About Postcolonial Space
. . . Masood Raja’s Postcolonial Space (2002) marshalled emerging text-based internet culture to establish and identify key terms, theorists, and stakes for postcolonial thought. (Risam, Roopika. New Digital Worlds: Postcolonial Digital Humanities in Theory, Praxis, and Pedagogy. Northwestern UP, 2018).
Launched as an author website in 2002 (as masoodraja.com) Postcolonial Space is an open academic resource for all those who are interested in Postcolonial theory and literature. While some pages on this website are specifically meant for Dr. Raja’s students, most other scholarly and academic content about Postcolonial Studies is available as an open resource for scholars and students of Postcolonialism.
Postcolonial Space offers free and open information on all aspects of postcolonial studies. We are committed to sharing Postcolonial course syllabi, conceptual knowledge, publishing strategies, and knowledge about contemporary trends in Postcolonial Studies.
Please feel free to contact us with your suggestions or questions. If you are planning a conference, an edited volume, or a Journal Issue and would like to post your Call for Papers on the Postcolonial Space, please submit your CFP and we will post it on our Blog.
Postcolonial Space is an Open Access Resource for scholars, researchers, teachers, and students interested in Postcolonial Studies!
About Masood Raja
Masood Raja moved from Pakistan, his native country, to America in 1996 after ten years of military service as an officer in the Pakistan army. Raja earned his Masters from Belmont University and his Ph.D in Postcolonial Literature from Florida State University. Raja hopes to foster a better understanding between the people of his primary culture and the rest of the world through his writings, teaching assignments, and other intellectual exchanges.
Author of several books, Masood Raja is an Associate Professor of Postcolonial Literature and Theory in the English Department of the University of North Texas and the editor of Pakistaniaat: A Journal of Pakistan Studies.
Dr. Raja maintains Postcolonial Space in his spare time and would welcome any suggestions for improvement of the site and its content. Please feel free to contact us.
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