Interrogating imperialism: conversations on gender, race, and war

TitleInterrogating imperialism: conversations on gender, race, and war
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsInayatullah, Naeem, and Robin Riley
Number of Pages254
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
CityNew York, U.S.A.

This collection of multiple perspectives on the "war on terror" and the new imperialism provides a depth of analysis. Looking at the imperialism and the "war on terror" through a lens focused on gender and race, the contributors expose the limitations of the current popular discourse and help to uncover possibilities not yet apparent in that same discourse. [WorldCat.]

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