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Dancing the In-Between with Homi Bhabha. Becoming Minor as a Resource and Instrument of Postcolonial Migration Research

  • Monica van der Haagen-Wulff
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Part of the Interkulturelle Studien book series (IKS)

Abstract

In my paper, which will be structured around the key work of Homi Bhabha, the book “The Location of Culture”, I will explore how Homi Bhabha’s theories have shifted and influenced the discourses and debates around globalisation and migration. Finally I will also illustrate how Bhabha’s work has enabled my own research in the areas of intercultural performance and the hybrid forms of writing that sit between theory and fiction.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institut II für Vergleichende Bildungsforschung und Sozialwissenschaften, Lehrstuhl Erziehungs- und KultursoziologieUniversität zu KölnKölnDeutschland

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