Published May 30, 2006 by Hong Kong University Press .
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|Contributions||Naoki Sakai (Editor), Jon Solomon (Editor)|
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Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Translation, biopolitics, colonial difference. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. This moment is emblematic of the entire modern regime of translation spanning the difference between colonial and imperial modernities.
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Translation occurs in a context of power asymmetries. Using two English translations of Adorno’s seminal Ästhetische Theorie as an example, this paper elaborates an eclectic phenomenology of power structured alongside three symbolic images: the street market, the assembly line, and a technological gadget.
By aligning some key concepts of critical theory with the evolutionary Author: Stefan Baumgarten. Bigo, Colonial Difference bookGlobalized-In-Security: the Field and the Ban-Opticon. in N Sakai & J Solomon (eds), Translation, Biopolitics, Colonial Difference.
University of Hong Kong Press, pp. Translation occurs in a context of power asymmetries. Using two English translations of Adorno’s seminal Ästhetische Theorie as an example, this paper elaborates an eclectic phenomenology of power structured alongside three symbolic images: the street market, the assembly line, and a technological gadget.
By aligning some key concepts of critical theory. Translation, Biopolitics, Colonial Difference (Traces 4) (Traces: A Multilingual Series of Cultural Theory and Translation) By: Sakai, Naoki. than 70 journal and book articles, edited 13 books, and translated 2 theoretical books.
“Translation, Colonial Difference and the Neoliberal University” discussion about biopolitics as a privileged place for understanding and. In his “work in psychology” Black Skin, White Masks, Fanon declares that he will “leave methods to the botanists and mathematicians.” In the face of colonial methods and attitudes, he searches for a decolonial attitude that seeks to “build the world of you.” With the search for this attitude at its core, Fanon’s corpus makes the case for a Cited by: Book Description: Fanon, postcolonialism and the ethics of difference offers a new reading of Fanon's work challenging many of the reconstructions of Fanon in critical and postcolonial theory and in cultural studies, probing a host of crucial issues: the intersectionality of gender and colonial politics; the biopolitics of colonialism; Marxism and decolonisation; tradition, translation.
Seasonal hunger and "partial famines" were common occurrences in nineteenth-century Ireland, but the Great Irish Famine (c) was sudden, stark and devastating. The immediate trigger was the appearance of a mysterious blight causing the widespread failure of the potato harvest.
In a relatively short period of time almost one eighth of the population perished, while Cited by: 1. Yambo Ouologuem was born in Bandiagara, in the Dogon country, French Sudan (now Mali), to an elite Muslim family with close ties to the Toucouleur ruling caste of Bandiagara.
He was the only son of Boukary Yambo Ouologuem, a land owner and school inspector, and Aïssata Umar (née Karambe). Explore books by Naoki Sakai with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Traces 4 - Translation, Biopolitics, Colonial Difference (Paperback) Naoki Sakai.
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––––– The French Third Republic in Western Africa also employed biopolitics in their colonial efforts. The fin-de-siecle revolution in microbiology and specific developments in public health legislation aided the French.
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Research in Foreign Areas. Negation Areas of Darkness. Areas, Disciplines, and Ethnicity Cited by: 1. With case studies that link practices of concentration to the emergence of new racial categories, this groundbreaking book convincingly argues that race was a product of, rather than a starting point for, the spatial politics of colonial rule in Latin America.
Neilson, B. (), 'The Market and the Police: Finance Capital in the Permanent Global War', Translation, Biopolitics, Colonial Difference, Hong Kong University Press X.
Neilson, B. (), 'Cultural Studies and Giorgio Agamben', New Cultural Studies: Adventures in Theory, Edinburgh University Press His most relevant publications include: Translation and Subjectivity (), Hope and Constitution (), Deconstructing Nationality (co-edited with Brett de Bary and Toshio Iyotan, ), TRACES 1: The Spectre of the West (co-edited with Yukiko Hanawa), TRACES 4: Translation, Biopolitics and Colonial Difference (co-edited with Jon Solomon).
Translation and subjectivity: on Japan and cultural nationalism: Translation, biopolitics, colonial difference: Unlearing national history: Voices of the past: the status of language in eighteenth-century Japanese discourse: 과거의 목소리 18세기 일본의 담론에서 언어의 지위: 국민주의의 포이에시스: 근대세계의.
Sathya Rao, “From a Post-Colonial to a Non-Colonial Theory of Translation,” in Naoki Sakai and John Solomon, ed., Translation, Biopolitics, Colonial Difference, in Traces: A Multilingual Series of Cultural Theory and Translation, Vol.
4 (Hong. epistemic foundations of the politics of translation (i.e. power of colonial difference and double translations), (2) translation process between researcher and participants regarding experience of migration and becoming woman, (3) possibility of decolonizing migration.
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The central intersection of translation studies and postcolonial theory is that of power relations. Tejaswini Niranjana’s Siting Translation: History, Post-structuralism, and the Colonial Context presents an image of the post-colonial as ‘still scored through by an absentee colonialism’ (Niranjana 8).
She sees literary translation as one of the discourses (the. Governmentality is a concept first developed by the French philosopher Michel Foucault in the later years of his life, roughly between and his death inparticularly in his lectures at the Collège de France during this time.
The concept has been elaborated further from an "Anglo-Neo Foucauldian" perspective in the social sciences, especially by authors such as Peter. This book offers an original analysis and theorization of the biopolitics of development in the postcolonial present, and draws significantly from the later works of Michel Foucault on biopolitics.
This collection explores the similarities, differences and overlaps between the contemporary debates on international development and humanitarian intervention and the historical artefacts and strategies of Empire.
It includes views by historians and students of politics and development, drawing on a range of methodologies and approaches. The parallels between the language of. Read "Books Received, boundary 2: an international journal of literature and culture" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
Cambridge University Press, Sakai, Naoki, and Jon Solomon, eds. Translation, Biopolitics, Colonial Difference. Founded in Vienna inthe European Society for Translation Studies is an international network which aims to support the community of translation and interpreting students and scholars worldwide.
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