Tackling the history of nations and colonies from the perspective of the "liminal spaces" between dominators and dominated, Homi Bhabha insists that all cultural identity is essentially and originally hybrid. By "liminal space," Bhabha means the site of conflict, interaction, and mutual assimilation
Applying the strategies of Deconstruction to Post-Colonialism, Gayatri Spivak seeks to undermine the power of centralized
discourses in the interest of clearing a space for marginalized voices.
Known for her ample erudition and opaque theoretical texts, Spivak combines abstract philosophical specu
If the breakthrough of Native American literature into the mainstream could be attributed to one work it would undoubtedly be N. Scott Momaday's revolutionary novel "House Made of Dawn", which was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1969.
Unlike many contemporary Native American writers whose primary