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Walsh, Catherine E. "'Staging Encounters': The
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White, Susan. "Allegory and
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MLN: Modern Language Notes (December 1991), 106(5):927.
Refers to Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak's essay "Three Women's Texts and a Critique of Imperialism" (1985).
Whitney, Charles. "The Naming of America as the Meaning of America: Vespucci, Publicity, Festivity, Modernity." Clio: A Journal of Literature, History and the Philosophy of History (Spring 1993), 22(3):208n34.
Whitson Steve and John Poulakos. "Nietzsche and the Aesthetics of Rhetoric." Quarterly Journal of Speech (May 1993), 79 (2):144n7, 145.
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Refers to Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak's psychoanalytic and feminist reading of Echo and Narcissus in "Echo" (1993).
Wicomb, Zoë. "Reading, Writing, and Visual Production in the New South Africa." Journal of Commonwealth Literature (1995), 30(2):12, 15nn10, 13.
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Interview with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak.
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Canadian Literature (Summer 1996),
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Wilson, Rob. "Theory's
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Winston, Jane. "Marguerite
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Wise, Christopher. "The Garden Trampled: or, the
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College Literature (October 1996),
23(3):62, 70n12, 72.
Quotes Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak as expressing contempt for those who are looking for roots. Special Focus Issue: "De]Colonizing Reading/[Dis]Covering the Other."
Wise, Christopher. Review of George M. Gugelberger, ed., The Real Thing: Testimonial Discourse and Latin America. College Literature (Fall 1998), 25(3):209.
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Wolfe, Cary. "In Search of
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Cultural Critique (Spring 1995),
Special Issue: "The Politics of Systems and Environments, Part I," edited by William Rasch and Cary Wolfe.
Wolfe, Patrick. "History and Imperialism: A Century
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Historical Review (April 1997), 102(2):417,
A Review Essay.
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Woodward, Wendy. "Metonymies
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Women's Literature (Spring 1992), 11(1):63,
On Ethelreda Lewis' novel.
Part of a Forum on "South African Women Writing."
Worth, Fabienne. "Postmodern Pedagogy in the Multicultural Classroom: For Inappropriate Teachers and Imperfect Spectators." Cultural Critique (Fall 1993), 25:5, 9, 29n12, 32.
Worthen, W.B. "Homeless Words:
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"Though Spivak is not really interested in performance, her elegant account of the 'politics of translation' verges on the politics of theater, in refocusing the activity of theater away from the 'faithful' reproduction of a text toward a more searching encounter with agency..."
Wright, Elizabeth. Review of Richard Machin and Christopher Norris, eds., Post-Structuralist Readings of English Poetry (1987), and Richard Harland's Superstructuralism: The Philosophy of Structuralism and Post-Structuralism. Review of English Studies (February 1989), 40(157):142-143.
Wright, Elizabeth and Dianne Chisholm. Review of Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak's In Other Worlds: Essays in Cultural Politics (1987, 1988), and Janice Doane and Devon Hodges' Nostalgia and Sexual Difference: The Resistance to Contemporary Feminism. Review of English Studies: A Quarterly Journal of English Literature and the English Language (May 1989), 40(158):305-306.
Wright, Handel Kashope. "Educational Change in
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International Journal of Educational Development
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"As so called marginalized peoples, we must take Spivak's advice and seize the centre."
Wright, Handel Kashope. "Take
the Curb, Here Comes African Cultural Studies: An Exercise in Revisionist
Historiography." University of Toronto Quarterly: A
Journal of the Humanities (Spring 1996), 65(2):362, 363n9,
This issue is on "Cultural Studies: Disciplinarity and Divergence," edited by Faye Pickrem and Linda Hutcheon.
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