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Narrating Citizenship and Belonging in Anglophone Canadian Literature


Narrating Citizenship and Belonging in Anglophone Canadian Literature
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Beschreibung

1.Recognition, Citizenship, and Canadian Literature

1.1  Approaching Citizenship and Literature

1.2  Recognition, Multiculturalism, Difference: Critical Debates on Belonging

1.3  Conceptualizing Citizenship: Membership and Belonging

1.4  Citizenship and Canadian Literature

1.5  Outline of this Study

 

2. "This is my own!": Negotiating Canadian Citizenship in Joy Kogawa's Novels

2.1  National Belonging and the Violation of Citizen's Rights

2.2  Struggling for Recognition: Japanese Canadian Citizens

2.3  The Urgency of History

2.4  Family Feuds: Writing the Redress Movement

2.5  Citizenship, Recognition, and the Shift from the National to the Transnational

2.6  Citizenship and Redress

 

3. "Dismissing Canada"? AlterNative Citizenship and Indigenous Literatures

3.1 Aboriginal Citizenship in Canada

3.2 "Second class citizens instead of first class Indians": Patriation in Slash

3.3 Global Indigeneity and Environmental Citizenship: Whispering in Shadows

3.4 Writing Indigenous Citizenship: Narratives and Metaphors of Belonging

 

4. Writing Lives: Cartographies of Citizenship and Belonging

4.1 Place, Life Writing, and Citizenship

4.2 Narrative Structures and Cultural Citizenship: Maria Campbell's Halfbreed

4.3 "Black, Canadian, one of my family": Cheryl Foggo's Purin' Down Rain

4.4 The BC Interior and the Instability of the Subject: Fred Wah's Diamond Grill

4.5 Claiming Place, Claiming Space

 

5. Cityzenship? Writing Immigrant and Diasporic Toronto

5.1 Diasporic Spaces, Urbanity, and Localized Citizenship

5.2 Paradoxical Relations: Foreigners and Citizens in Michael Ondaatje's In the Skin of a Lion

5.3 Longing and Beloning: Claiming Citizenship in Dionne Brand's What We All Long For

5.4 The Limits of Urban Citizenship


6. Cultural Citizenship and Beyond

6.1 Contradictory Negotiations: Membership and Belonging

6.2 The Global Spaces of Human Rights and Citizenship

6.3 Reframing Citizenship and Human Rights in the Canadian Global Novel

6.4 Cultural Citizens in a Globalized World 

Eigenschaften

Breite: 155
Gewicht: 420 g
Höhe: 217
Länge: 18
Seiten: 213
Sprachen: Englisch
Autor: Katja Sarkowsky

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