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書籍 書目51 - 60,共 92 頁;搜尋條件:Weber's formulation of the marginalizing vision of castration, then colonial mimicry...
" Weber's formulation of the marginalizing vision of castration, then colonial mimicry is the desire for a reformed, recognizable Other, as a subject of a difference that is almost the same, but not quite. "
Narratives of Nation Building in Korea: A Genealogy of Patriotism - 第 x 頁
Sheila Miyoshi Jager 著 - 2003
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Angles on Otherness in Post-Franco Spain: The Fiction of Cristina Fernández ...

Jessica A. Folkart - 2002 - 254 頁
...postcolonial theorization poses colonial mimicry as "the desire for a reformed, recognizable Other, as a subject of a difference that is almost the same, but not quite" (Bhabha 1994, 86). Thus, while mimicry applies to the colonized who repeats the image of the colonizer...
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Critically Modern: Alternatives, Alterities, Anthropologies

Bruce M. Knauft - 2002 - 344 頁
...revealingly on what he calls colonial mimicry, "the desire for a reformed, recognizable Other, as a subject of a difference that is almost the same, but not quite." Almost white, but not quite. Almost civilized, almost democratic, almost . . . but not quite. Here,...
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Mixed Race Literature

Jonathan Brennan - 2002 - 234 頁
...terms like colonial "mimicry," Bhabha addresses "the desire for a reformed, recognizable Other, as a subject of a difference that is almost the same, but not quite" (Bhabha 86). In succinct terms, Bhabha presents the colonized as mimicking, or "acting up," his or...
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Female Impersonation

Carole-Anne Tyler - 2003 - 234 頁
...as a tactic of imperialism. "Colonial mimicry is the desire for a reformed, recognizable Other, as a subject of a difference that is almost the same, but not quite," he writes." The (colonized) other's difference is produced and disavowed by the (imperialist) self,...
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The Heavens Are Changing: Nineteenth-Century Protestant Missions and ...

Susan Neylan - 2003 - 416 頁
...defines this hegemonic process, "colonial mimicry is the desire for a reformed, recognizable Other, as a subject of a difference that is almost the same, but not quite ... Mimicry is ... the sign of the double articulation; a complex strategy of reform, regulation, and...
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Trans-Pacific Relations: America, Europe, and Asia in the Twentieth Century

Richard J. Jensen, Jon Thares Davidann, Yoneyuki Sugita - 2003 - 304 頁
...power and knowledge."49 He defines mimicry as the "desire for a reformed, recognizable Other, as a subject of a difference that is almost the same, but not quite."™ Within this state of almost being the same but not quite, there is room for a "process of disavowal"...
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Deconstruction: Critical Concepts in Literary and Cultural Studies, 第 4 卷

Jonathan D. Culler - 2003 - 400 頁
...vision of castration,3 then colonial mimicry is the desire for a reformed, recognizable Other, as a subject of a difference that is almost the same, but not quite. Which is to say, that the discourse of mimicry is constructed around an ambivalence; in order to be...
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The Revolutionary Imagination in the Americas and the Age of Development

María Josefina Saldaña-Portillo - 2003 - 366 頁
...Bhabha has suggested that "colonial mimicry is the desire for a reformed, recognizable Other, as a subject of a difference that is almost the same, but not quite" ("Of Mimicry" 126). Thus mimetic consciousness would imply the effect colonial mimicry had on the colonial...
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A Place in the Sun: Africa in Italian Colonial Culture from Post-Unification ...

Patrizia Palumbo - 2003 - 332 頁
...out in "Of Mimicry and Man," colonial mimicry is "the desire for a reformed, recognisable Other, as a subject of a difference that is almost the same, but not quite," to which I would also add "and not white." Colonial mimicry, as a consequence, "appropriates" the Other...
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Animal Rites: American Culture, the Discourse of Species, and Posthumanist ...

Cary Wolfe - 2003 - 237 頁
...we find in colonial mimicry, Bhabha writes, is "the desire for a reformed, recognizable Other, as a subject of a difference that is almost the same, but not quite. Which is to say, that the discourse of mimicry is constructed around an ambivalence; in order to be...
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