Diasporic Subjectivity and Cultural Brokering in by Igor Maver, Silvia Albertazzi, Susan Ballyn, Carmen Birkle,

By Igor Maver, Silvia Albertazzi, Susan Ballyn, Carmen Birkle, Coral Ann Howells, Smaro Kamboureli, Melissa Kennedy, Giulio Marra, Timothy Weiss, Chantal Zabus

Demonstrating that an intercultural discussion and relentless cultural brokering are a needs to in our post-colonial global, the essays during this quantity are a worthy contribution to the continued discourse on post-colonial diasporic literatures and identities.

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