Reading the Postwar Future

Reading the Postwar Future

Textual Turning Points from 1944

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Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

06/2021

256

Mole

Inglês

9781350196353

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Introduction, Kirrily Freeman (Saint Mary's University, Canada) Representations 1. Remastering the soundtrack of a clash of titans: Polanyi's The Great Transformation and Hayek's The Road to Serfdom, Radhika Desai (University of Manitoba, Canada) 2. Dialectic of Enlightenment: Origin stories of Western Marxism, Michael D'Arcy (Saint Francis Xavier University, Canada) 3. Britain, Europe, and the borders of markets: TS Eliot and F. Hayek on postwar internationalism Luke Foster (University of Chicago, USA) Decolonizations 4. "Meet the new empire, same as the old empire": Visions and realities of French imperial policy in 1944, Sarah Frank (University of St. Andrews, UK) 5. "Village Life and How to Improve It": Textual routes of community development in the late British empire, Radhika Natarajan (Reed College, USA) 6. Capitalism and Slavery as a decolonial text: Looking back to look forward, Ajay Parasram (Dalhousie University, Canada) Reconstructions 7. Projecting gender and emotion in 1944 Japan: Young women and affect in Kurosawa Akira's The Most Beautiful, Chikako Nagayama (Nagoya University, Japan) 8. 1944: The launch of the Allied film campaign for civilian relief, Suzanne Langlois (Glendon College, York University, Canada) 9. Champions of dignity? The 1944 Democratic Party Platform, Katherine Rye Jewell (Fitchburg State University, USA) Emancipations 10. Looking backward and forward from African America in 1944: WEB du Bois' "My Evolving Program for Negro Freedom", Chike Jeffers (Dalhousie University, Canada) 11. Back to the future in Howard Fast's Freedom Road, Alan Wald (University of Michigan, USA) 12. "Serve the People:" An Exemplary Chinese Socialist Text of 1944, Rebecca E. Karl (New York University, USA) Conclusion, John Munro (University of Birmingham, UK) Index
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