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Debates concerning the ‘Black Atlantic’ have alerted us to an event of modernization that diverges from the dominant Western narratives of globalization and technological development. This extraordinary quantity expands the idea that of the Black Atlantic via achieving past the standard African-American concentration of the sector, offering clean views on postcolonial stories of know-how and modernization. A group of well known members come jointly during this quantity so as to:

  • redefine and extend rules of Black Atlantic
  • challenge unified techniques of modernization from a postcolonial perspective
  • question stylish recommendations of the transnational by way of returning to the neighborhood and the national
  • offer new methods to cross-cultural mechanisms of exchange
  • explore utopian makes use of of expertise within the postcolonial sphere.

Exploring quite a few nationwide, diasporan and transnational counternarratives to Western modernization, Beyond the Black Atlantic makes a useful contribution to the fields of postcolonial, literary and cultural studies.

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