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"Press: Homi Bhabha on the New Black Intellectual."
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The Ethics and Politics of Exile. 1995.
1 VHS videocassette ( 90 min.) : sd., col. ; ½ in. VHS format.
Rice University president's lecture series.
Recorded at Rice University on Nov. 6, 1995.
Homi K. Bhabha discusses politics, culture, and psychoanalysis as he seeks to determine what form of media is appropriate to represent the exile experience in the post-modern imperium of global culture. He is introduced by Benjamin Lee.
"Freedom’s Basis in the
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"Postcolonial Critic: Homi Bhabha
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In Patrick Colm Hogan and Lalita Pandit, eds., Literary India: Comparative Studies in Aesthetics, Colonialism,
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Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995.
Reprint of "Postcolonial Critic: Homi Bhabha interviewed by David Bennett and Terry Collits" (1991).
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"Translator Translated: Conversation
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W.J.T. Mitchell talks with Homi K. Bhabha.
"Unpacking My Library Again." Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association (Spring 1995), 28(1):5-18.