Titel: In the Wake of Terror
Autor/en: E. San Juan Jr
Class, Race, Nation, Ethnicity in the Postmodern World.
HC gerader Rücken kaschiert.
1. Juli 2007 - gebunden - 232 Seiten
In the Wake of Terror focuses on the controversies over the linkage of class exploitation and the ideology of racism, the role of nationalism in postcolonial politics, and ethnic exclusion.
Chapter 1 Post-9/11 Reflections on "Homeland" Culture Wars Chapter 2 Revisiting the Race/Class Dialectic Chapter 3 Prison Testimonies: Fighting for Dignity, Justice, Freedom Chapter 4 Ethnicity and Modernity: Gramsci, Postmodernism, Identity Chapter 5 From Racism to Class Struggle Chapter 6 Nation/State, Nationalism, and Violence Chapter 7 Multiculturalism and Globalization
E. San Juan, Jr., an internationally renowned cultural and literary critic, directs the Philippines Cultural Studies Center in Connecticut. He was recently Fulbright Professor of American Studies at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, and a fellow of the Rockefeller Foundation Study Center at Bellagio, Italy.
E. San Juan is one of the world's most distinguished progressive critics. His book on Carlos Bulosan, among his numerous works, is one of the major documents in the development of Third World cultural criticism. -- Bruce Franklin, Rutgers University San Juan gives renewed expression of the extraordinary contributions made by Antonio Gramsci to our understanding of transformational agency and the role of culture within the international struggle against capitalist hegemony. -- Samuel Noumoff, McGill University E. San Juan is one of the sharpest and most clarifying voices vis-a-vis Filipino/U.S. and Filipino/world relationships extant. He is an internationalist and political analyst of high morale. It's about time his incisive theoretical summations are given broader access to strengthen the growing understanding of the multicultural united front of progressive thinkers around the world. -- Amiri Baraka E. San Juan is a scholar of remarkable range and varied talents...Remarkable for his commitment to literature and culture as vital areas of contemporary social life. -- Frederic Jameson, Duke University A profound theoretical analysis of race, nation, and ethnicity in the 21st century. A must read for those who want to understand the acceleration and interpenetration of racial, national, and ethnic conflicts in the era of globalization. -- Paul Wong, Dean of the College of Arts and Letters, San Diego State University E. San Juan's intervention in the current debates on cultural studies is both necessary and significant. We can all learn valuable lessons from the Philippine experience. -- Ngugi Wa Thiong'o, Kenyan novelist Intentionally provocative essays continue to tumble furiously out of the fertile and restless mind of this global public intellectual, political economist, cultural critic, social commentator, each new volume more trenchant and impassioned than before. Moved ever more by the unmitigated misery, suffering and injustice in the global South, San Juan exhorts fellow intellectuals and activists to pay attention to the havoc wreaked by corporate-led globalization of the global North, now compounded by the post-9/11 self-proclaimed US "national security state" in its declared war on terror. Among his many concerns is the global mechanism of racialization and its severe impact on immigrant workers of the global South. He challenges glib postcolonial theorists by exposing the clear contours of an American empire resurrected. -- Evelyn Hu-DeHart, professor of history and director of the Center for the Study of Race & Ethnicity in America, Brown University In the Wake of Terror: Class, Race, Nation, Ethnicity in the Postmodern World, demonstrates a remarkable continuity...[It] establishes the no nonsense radicalism of San Juan, his advocacy of a critical and militant praxis, which is a clear departure from the politics of the rest of his tribe. Philippine Studies In the Wake of Terror provides a powerful assessment of various mainstream theorists who speak to the issue of 'race.' The book is an important resource to understand how academic understandings of 'race' have become consumed in interstitial and nuanced enigmas... His work offers the discipline of education a needed internationalist framwork to address the globalization of racism. San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center, October 4, 2009