A collection of essays that examines the relationship between globalisation and the postcolonial. The three subssections are as follows
Section 1. Theorizing the Global and the Postcolonial - John Hawley, 'Theorizing the Diaspora' - Robert Spencer: 'The Price of Silence: Intellectual communication in the Age of Globalization' - Shaobo Xie,'Is the world decentred? A Postcolonial Perspective on Globalization'
Section 2.Globalization and Literature - Cynthia Sugars, 'World Famous Across Canada: National Identity in the Global Village' - Chitra Sankaran, 'Ethics, Aesthetics and the Globalized other in Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things' - A. Clare Brandabur, 'The elephant in the Living-Room: A Postcolonial Reading of Waiting for Godot' - Isabel Hoving, 'On Invasions, Weeds and Wilderness: The Dutch Imagination of Globalization (thrice) - C.L. Innes, 'Cosmopolitan Readers and Postcolonial Identities' - Mustapha Marrouchi, 'The Fantasy of Home'
Section 3. Globalization, Politics and Culture - Vijaysree Chaganti and Kanukolanuk Ravichandra, Macauley to Microsoft: Globalization and the Indian Academy' - Jennifer Lawn, 'Creativity Inc., Globalizing the Cultural Imaginary in New Zealand' - Chris Prentice, 'Riding the Whale? Postcolonialism and Globalization in Whale Rider' - Martin Spaul and Amina Minhas, 'Representing Interconnection and Cultural Flow: Towards Reframing Tourist Experience with New Media' - Peter D. Osborne, 'anredoM acitpO or Aztec Cameras: Cultural Hybridity and Latin American Photography
postcolonial, globalization, diaspora, global village, national identity, Waiting for Godot, cosmopolitan, home, the Indian Academy, Microsoft, cultural Imaginary, New Zealand, Whale Rider, New Media, tourist experiences, Latin American photography, cultural hybridity