Re/membering: articulating cultural identity in Philippine fiction in English

Doctoral thesis French OPEN
Martin, Jocelyn S. (2010)
  • Publisher: Université libre de Bruxelles, Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres – Langues et Littératures, Bruxelles
  • Subject: Sciences humaines | Langues et littératures | Filipinos -- Ethnic identity | Ethnicity -- Philippines | Philippine literature (English) -- Themes, motives | Philippine literature (English) -- History and criticism | Philippins -- Identité ethnique | Ethnicité -- Philippines | Littérature philippine (anglaise) -- Thèmes, motifs | Littérature philippine (anglaise) -- Histoire et critique | lieux de mémoire | imagined community | magic realism | memory | hybridité | hégémonie | guérison | philippin | Dream Jungle | histoire | routes | bamboo dance | The Man Who (Thought He) Looked Like Robert Taylo | Twice Blessed | anamnesis | “The Day the Dancers Came | repeating | Villa Magdalena | traumatisme; perlaboration | durcharbeiten | l'orientalisme | Espagne | Bamboo Dancers | Cave and Shadows | la mémoire | le réalisme magique | l’Imaginaire nationale | Sophia McClennen | Paul Ricoeur | Frantz Fanon | dialogue | exil | Viajero | Jose Rizal | Leny Strobel | Homi Bhabha | Jacques Lacan | Edward Said | Benedict Anderson | Antonio Gramsci | décolonisation | U.S. | Spain | Philippines | America is in the Heart | Ferdinand Marcos | Sigmund Freud | Praying Man | “Scent of Apples” | The Woman Who Had Two Navels | The Pretenders | Pierre Nora | Renato Constantino | Ronald Hall | le deuil | stade du miroir | roots | États-Unis | la nostalgie | hybridity | hegemony | healing | history | Filipino | exile | diaspora | decolonisation | Bleaching Syndrome | belonging | Mirror Stage | mourning | tinikling | trauma; working-through | appartenance | nostalgia | Orientalism | “Fish-Hair Woman” | Black Masks | White Skin

This dissertation examines how Philippine (or Filipino) authors emphasise the need for articulating or “re/membering” cultural identity. The researcher mainly draws from the theory of Caribbean critic, Stuart Hall, who views cultural identity as an articulation which al... View more
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