Caribbean literature undermines the narrative of the knowing (white, colonial) subject. Natasha Ueckmann's literary aesthetic synopsis of current Franco- and Hispano-Caribbean post-plantation literature serves to illuminate history, culture, and identity concepts in societies that share the legacy of abduction and enslavement as well as creolization as a common historical experience. The aim of the study is the post-colonial rewriting of globalization history by enlisting of Caribbean literature and culture (theory). The study was awarded the Elise Richter Research Award from the German Association of Romanists.Chambers, Iain (1996): Migration, Kultur, IdentitAct, TA¼bingen: Stauffenberg. ... Kulturstiftung (Hg.), Kreolisierung der Kultur, S. 3-17, Online unter: http://www3. pro-helvetia.ch/ download/tb/2000/image_de.pdf (Letzter Zugriff am 24.08.2012).
|Title||:||Ästhetik des Chaos in der Karibik|
|Publisher||:||transcript Verlag - 2014-09|