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DIANA BRYDON ( - )

Faculty Page (University of Western Ontario)

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  • Edited Works:

    • Postcolonialism: Critical Concepts in Literary and Cultural Studies.  5 Vols.  London: Routledge, 2000.
    • "Testing the Limits: Postcolonial Theories and Canadian Literature."  Special Issue of Essays in Canadian Writing 56 (1995).  287 pp.
    • Decolonising Fictions.  Ed. Brydon and Helen Tiffin.  Mundelstrup: Dangaroo, 1993.
  • Selected Individual Works:

    • "Canada and Postcolonialism: Questions, Inventories, Futures."  Is Canada Postcolonial?.  Ed. Laura Moss.  Kitchener: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2003.

    • "Detour Canada: Rerouting the Black Atlantic, Reconfiguring the Postcolonial."  Reconfigurations: Canadian Literatures and Postcolonial Identities/Litteratures canadiennes et identities postcoloniales.  Ed. Marc Maufort and Franca Bellarsi.  Brussels: Peter Lang, 2002.

    • "Canadian Studies: the Postcolonial Challenge."  Australian Canadian Studies 13. 2 (1995): 1-20.

    • "Reading Postcoloniality, Reading Canada."  "Testing the Limits: Postcolonial Theories and Canadian Literature."  Special Issue of Essays in Canadian Writing 56 (1995): 1-19.

    • "'Empire Bloomers': Cross-Dressing's Double Cross."  Essays in Canadian Writing 54 (1994): 23-45.

    • Decolonising Fictions.  By Brydon and Helen Tiffin.  Mundelstrup: Dangaroo, 1993.
    • "The White Inuit Speaks: Contamination as Literary Strategy."  Past the Last Post: Theorizing Post-Colonialism and Post-Modernism.  Ed. Ian Adam and Helen Tiffin.  Calgary: U of Calgary P, 1991.  191-203.

    • "Commonwealth or Common Poverty: the New Literatures in English and the New Discourse of Marginality."  After Europe.  Ed. Stephen Slemon and Helen Tiffin.  Mundelstrup: Dangaroo, 1989.  1-16.

    • "New Approaches to the New Literatures in English: are We in Danger of Incorporating Disparity?"  Westerly 34.3 (1989): 23-30.  Rpt. in A Shaping of Connections: Commonwealth Literature Studies Then and Now.  Ed. Hena Maes-Jelinek, Kirsten Holst Petersen and Anna Rutherford.  Mundelstrup: Dangaroo, 1989.  89-99.

    • "The Myths that Write Us: Decolonising the Mind."  Commonwealth 10.1 (1987): 1-14.

    • "Rewriting The Tempest."  World Literature Written in English 23.1 (1984): 75-88.

    • "'The Thematic Ancestor': Joseph Conrad, Patrick White and Margaret Atwood."  World Literature Written in English 24.2 (1984): 386-97.

    • "Caribbean Revolution and Literary Convention."  Canadian Literature 95 (1982): 181-85.

    • "Landscape and Authenticity: the Development of National Literatures in Canada and Australia."  Dalhousie Review 61.2 (1982): 278-90.

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