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Postcolonial ContraventionsCultural Readings of Race, Imperialism and Transnationalism$
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Laura Chrisman

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780719058271

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: July 2012

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719058271.001.0001

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Theorising race, racism and culture: David Lloyd's work

Theorising race, racism and culture: David Lloyd's work

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Postcolonial Contraventions
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Laura Chrisman

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Manchester University Press
DOI:10.7228/manchester/9780719058271.003.0008

This chapter focuses on the important and influential article by postcolonial scholar David Lloyd, ‘Race Under Representation’, condensing a number of current dispositions in Western anti-foundationalist critical theory, political critique and colonial discourse analysis. It addresses only particular aspects of Lloyd's argument: his critique of the public sphere, and his accounts of the racialized subject and of anti-colonial subjectivity, and provides alternative approaches of Lloyd's work that help in the analysis of racial formation by connecting critical commentaries which engage with the political and critical implications. The chapter also examines the social and historical contradictions that link the public sphere to racism and other forms of social inequality. Lloyd explains ‘how the meshing of racial formations can take place between various levels and spheres of social practice, for example, between political and cultural spheres, or between the individual and the national level’.

Keywords:   racism, colonial discourse analysis, political critique, David Lloyd, racial formation, social inequality, anti-foundationalist theory

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