a) Critical Anthologies

1. Ashcroft, Bill; Gareth Griffiths; and Helen Tiffin, eds. (1995):
The Post – colonial Studies Reader. Routledge, London & New York .

2. Breckenridge, Carol A. and Peter Van der Veer, ed. (1994):
Orientalism and the Postcolonial Predicament:
Perspectives on South Asia.
Oxford University Press, Delhi & Bombay.

3. Mongia, Padmini, ed. (1997): Contemporary Postcolonial Theory: A Reader. Oxford University Press, Delhi and Mumbai.

4. Prakash, Gyan, ed.  (1995): After Colonialism: Imperial Histories and Postcolonial Displacements. Princeton Univ. Press, New Jersey.

5. Richter, David H.ed.  (1989): The Critical Tradition: Classic Texts and Contemporary Trends. St./ Martin’s Press, New York.

 

B. Books/Articles:

1. Ahmad, Aijaz (1992): In Theory: Classes, Nations, and  Literatures. Verso, London.

2 Ahmad, Aijaz (1995): “The Politics of Literary Postcoloniality”, In Contemporary Postcolonial Theory: A Reader.

3. Altbach, Philip (1971): “Education And Neocolonialism,” in The Post Colonial Studies Reader.

4. Ashcroft , Bill, et al  (1989): The Empire Writes Back: Theory And Practice in Post – colonial Literatures. Routledge, London & N.Y.

5. Bhabha, Homi K. (1990 ): Nation and Narration, Routledge, London.

6. Bhabha, Homi K. (1994): Location of Culture. Routlecdge, London.

7. Brathwaite, Edward K. (1984): “Nation Language”, in The Post – colonial Studies Reader.

8. Culler, Jonathan (1975): Structuralist Poetics. Routledge & Kegan Paul, London.

9. Devi, G.N. (1992): After Amnesia: Tradition And Change in Indian Literary Criticism, Orient Longaman, Bombay.

10. Dirlik, Arif  (1994): “The Postcolonial Aura: Third World
Criticism in the Age of Global Capitalism,” in Contemporary Postcolonial Theory: A Reader.

11. Docker, John(1992): The culture of Postmodernism, Univ. of Illinois.

12. Eagleton, Terry (1952): literary Theory: An Introduction. Basil Blackwell, Oxford.

13. Fanon, Frantz (1952): Black Skin White Masks. tr. Constance Farrington./ Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1967.

14. Fanon, Frantz (1961): The Wretched of the Earth. tr. Constance Farrington. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1967.

15. Foucault, Michel (1969): The Archeology of Knowledge, tr. Alan Sheridan. New york: Pahntheon, 1972.

16. Foucault, Michel (1969): “What is an Author?” in The Critical Tradition.

17. Foucault, Michel (1970): “The Order of Discourse,” tr. lan Mc Leod. in Untying The Text, ed. Robert Young. London: Routledge  & Kegan Paul, 1981.

18. Gandhi, Leela (1999): “An Extract From Postcolonial Theory: A Critical Introduction”, Web site on Postcolonial Theory.

19. Gilbert, Helen  & Joanne Tompkins  (1996): Post – Colonial Drama:Theory, Practice and Politics. Routlede, New York.

20. Hassan, Ihab  (1985): The culture of Postmodernism. University of Illinois Press, Illinois.

21. Joshi, Swati, ed.  (1991): Rethinking English: Essays in Literature, Language, History. Trianka, New Delhi.

22. Kachru, Braj B .  (1986): “The Alchemy of English” in The Post – Colonial Studies Reader.

23. Leavis F.R. (1930): Mass Civilization And Minority Culture. Minority Press, Cambridge, U.K.

24. Macaulay, Thomas  (1835): “Minute on Indian Education” In The Post – colonial Studies Reader.

25. Macdonell, Diane  (1986): Theories of Discourse. Blackwell, oxford.

26. Majeed, Javed (1992); Ungoverned Imaginings: James Mill’s The History of British India and Orientalism. Clarendon Press, Oxford.

27. Mani, Lata (1987): “Contentious Traditions: The Debate on Sati in Colonial India”, Cultural Critique (1987), 119 – 156.

28. Nagaraj, D .R.  (19896): Sahitya Kathana (Kannada). Akshara Prakashana, Heggodu.

29. Nandi, Ashish  (1983 ): The Intimate Enemy: Loss and Recovery of the Self Under Colonialism. O.U.P., Delhi.

30. Adajania Nancy (1993 ): “Myth And Supermyth,” The Illustrated Weekly of India, April 10-16, 93; p.34 – 35.

31. Ngugi Wa Thiong’o (1981): “The Language of African Literature”, in The Postcolonial Studies Reader.

32. Ngugi Wa Thiong’o (1972): “On The Abolition of the English Department,” in The Post – colonial Studies Reader.

33. Said, Edward  (1978): Orientalism. Vintage Books, New York.

34. Said, Edward (1994): Culture and Imperialism. Vintage Books, New York.

35. Shohat, Ella  (1992) “ Notes on the Post – colonial” in Contemporary Post – colonial Theory: A Reader .

36. Simons, Jan  (1995 ): Foucault  & The Political. Routledge, London and New York.

37. Spivak, Gayathri (1987): In Other Worlds: Essays in cultural Politics. Methuen, New York  & London.

38. Spivak, Gayathri C. (1987): “The Burden of English”, in Orientalism And the Post – colonial Predicament.

39. Stein, Burtom  (1994): Vijayanagara, C.U.P.

40. Stubbs, Michael  (1983): Discourse Analysis,. Blackwell, Oxford.

41. Tiffin, Helen  (1987): “Post – colonial Literatures and Counterdiscourse,” in The Post – colonial Studies Reader.

42. Trivedi, Harish  (1993):  Colonial Transactions: English Literature And India. Papyrus, Calcutta.

43. Viswanathan, Gauri (1989): Masks of Conquest: Literary Study And British Rule in India. Faber & Faber, London.

42. Williams, Raymond  (1958): Culture And Society, 1780 – 1950. Harmondsworth, Penguin.

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