|aThe creolization of theory / |cedited by Françoise Lionnet and Shu-mei Shih.
|aDurham, NC : |bDuke University Press, |cc2011.
|aviii, 306 p. : |bill. ; |c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aSymptomatically Black : a creolization of the political / Barnor Hesse -- Postslavery and postcolonial representations : comparative approaches / Anne Donadey -- Crises of money / Pheng Cheah -- Material histories of transcolonial loss : creolizing psychoanalytic theories of melancholia? / Liz Constable -- From the multicultural to Creole subjects : David Henry Hwang's collaborative works with Philip Glass / Ping-hui Liao -- I am where I think : remapping the order of knowing / Walter Mignolo -- Taiwan in modernity/coloniality : orphan of Asia and the colonial difference / Leo Ching -- Toward a diasporic citizen? From internationalism to cosmopolitics / Étienne Balibar -- "The forces of creolization" : colorblindness and visible minorities in the new Europe / Fatima El-Tayeb -- Appendix: Europe and the Antilles : an interview with Édouard Glissant / Andrea Schwieger Hiepko ; translated by Julin Everett -- Creolization : definition and critique / Dominique Chancé ; translated by Julin Everett.
Françoise Lionnet is Professor of French and Francophone Studies, Comparative Literature, and Women’s Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Shu-mei Shih is Professor of Comparative Literature, Asian Languages and Cultures, and Asian American Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. Lionnet and Shih are co-directors of the “Cultures in Transnational Perspective” Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship Program in the Humanities at UCLA and co-editors of Minor Transnationalism, also published by Duke University Press.