Edward Said and the Work of the Critic

Edward Said and the Work of the Critic

DIVA distinguished panel of contributors assess and expand Edward Said’s many contributions to the study of colonialism, imperialism and representation that have marked his career-long struggle to end conflict and further the effort to build civilizati/div


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