Post Colonial


Americanah
A Brief History of Seven Killings
The Lowland
An Untamed State
We Need New Names
Open City
How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia
River of Smoke
The Inheritance of Loss
The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America
In the Light of What We Know
Zoo City
Tigerman
The Long Song
The Frangipani Hotel
Things Fall Apart (The African Trilogy, #1)
Wide Sargasso Sea
The God of Small Things
Midnight's Children
Disgrace
Heart of Darkness
The Wretched of the Earth
The Poisonwood Bible
Half of a Yellow Sun
Orientalism
Americanah
Nervous Conditions
Black Skin, White Masks
A Small Place
One Hundred Years of Solitude
Binti by Nnedi OkoraforExile's End by Carolyn Ives Gilman
Post-Colonial Speculative Fiction
2 books — 2 voters
Decolonizing Methodologies by Linda Tuhiwai SmithHybrid Cultures by Néstor García CancliniResearch As Resistance by Leslie BrownContesting Knowledge by Susan Sleeper-SmithMaya Potters' Indigenous Knowledge by Dean E. Arnold
Decoloniality
75 books — 5 voters

The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran DesaiInterpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa LahiriThe Namesake by Jhumpa LahiriMidnight's Children by Salman RushdieThe Shadow Lines by Amitav Ghosh
Best Diasporic Fiction
19 books — 13 voters
White Teeth by Zadie SmithThe Buddha of Suburbia by Hanif KureishiBrick Lane by Monica AliSmall Island by Andrea LevyThe Lonely Londoners by Sam Selvon
Postcolonial Britain
78 books — 30 voters



In this postcolonial context, my contention is that interreligious engagement is enhanced by renewed attention to the particularity of religious traditions. From a European (Anglican) standpoint, a revised particularist theology of religions is proposed as an appropriate Christian theology for our time that respects the integrity of Christianity and of other religious traditions. This particularist approach concerns Christian terms of engagement with other religious traditions, as these may be u ...more
Jenny Daggers, Postcolonial Theology of Religions: Particularity and Pluralism in World Christianity

Maryse Condé
There was no denying the fact that the death of sugarcane was sounding the knell for something else in the country. What can we call it?
Maryse Condé, Crossing the Mangrove

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