Postcolonial Artists and Global Aesthetics / Akin Adesokan.

Published
  • Bloomington, IN : Indiana University Press ©2011
Physical description
1 online resource (xix, 230 pages) : illustrations
ISBN
  • 9780253005502
  • 0253005507
  • 9780253356796
  • 0253356792
  • 9780253223456
  • 0253223458
  • 1283235927
  • 9781283235921
Notes
  • Print version record.
  • Includes bibliographical references, filmography and index.
Contents
  • Cover; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Generic Transformations at the Crossroads of Capital; 1. C.L.R. James Sees the World Steadily; 2. Fitful Decolonization; 3. Tunde Kelani's Nollywood; 4. Jean-Pierre Bekolo and the Challenges of Aesthetic Populism; 5. Imaginary Citizenship: Caryl Phillips's Atlantic World; 6. Spirits of Bandung: A Sarcastic Subject Writes to Empire; Conclusion: Being African in the World; Notes; List of References; Filmography; Index.
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  • Bibliography
  • Electronic books.
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  • Illustrated
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Language
  • English
  • What happens when social and political processes such as globalization shape cultural production? Drawing on a range of writers and filmmakers from Africa and elsewhere, Akin Adesokan explores the forces at work in the production and circulation of culture in a globalized world. He tackles problems such as artistic representation in the era of decolonization, the uneven development of aesthetics across the world, and the impact of location and commodity culture on genres, with a distinctive approach that.

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Postcolonial artists and global aesthetics / Akin Adesokan.

Published
  • Bloomington : Indiana University Press c2011
Physical description
1 online resource (254 p.)
ISBN
  • 1-283-23592-7
  • 9786613235923
  • 0-253-00550-7
Notes
  • Description based upon print version of record.
  • Includes bibliographical references, filmography and index.
Contents
  • Introduction: generic transformations at the crossroads of capital -- C.L.R. James sees the world steadily -- Fitful decolonization: Xala and the poetics of double fetishism -- Tunde Kelani's Nollywood: aesthetics of exhortation -- Jean-Pierre Bekolo and the challenges of aesthetic populism -- Imaginary citizenship: Caryl Phillips's Atlantic world -- Spirits of Bandung: a sarcastic subject writes to empire -- Conclusion: being African in the world.
Related item
Genre
  • Bibliography
  • Electronic books.
  • Filmography
  • Illustrated
  • text
Language
  • English
  • What happens when social and political processes such as globalization shape cultural production? Drawing on a range of writers and filmmakers from Africa and elsewhere, Akin Adesokan explores the forces at work in the production and circulation of culture in a globalized world. He tackles problems such as artistic representation in the era of decolonization, the uneven development of aesthetics across the world, and the impact of location and commodity culture on genres, with a distinctive approach that exposes the global processes transforming cultural forms.

Holdings information at the University of Huddersfield Library

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Postcolonial artists and global aesthetics / Akin Adesokan.

Published
  • Bloomington, Ind. : Indiana University Press 2011
Physical description
xix, 230 p. : ill.
ISBN
  • 9780253005502 (e-book)
Local notes
  • Formerly CIP.
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references, filmography and index.
  • Other format: Also available in printed form ISBN 9780253356796
  • Reproduction available: Electronic reproduction. Askews and Holts. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Genre
  • Bibliography
  • Electronic books.
  • Illustrated
  • text
Language
  • English
  • What happens when social and political processes such as globalization shape cultural production? Drawing on a range of writers and filmmakers from Africa and elsewhere, Akin Adesokan explores the forces at work in the production and circulation of culture in a globalized world. ; What happens when social and political processes such as globalization shape cultural production? Drawing on a range of writers and filmmakers from Africa and elsewhere, Akin Adesokan explores the forces at work in the production and circulation of culture in a globalized world. He tackles problems such as artistic representation in the era of decolonization, the uneven development of aesthetics across the world, and the impact of location and commodity culture on genres, with a distinctive approach that exposes the global processes transforming cultural forms.

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