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Additionally, this book is part of the series Creolizing the Canon, published by Rowman & Littlefield International in partnership with the Caribbean Philosophical Association.
McKay's creolizing of Jamaican patois and English prosody and poetic genres functions in part to defamiliarize poetry in English, a key aspect of his modernism.
There is evidence of a more fundamental creolizing influence at work in Conrad's linguistic and literary practice in the correspondence from Captain Carlos Marris without whose visit " Twixt Land and Sea would not have been written," as the editors of the recent Cambridge edition assert (xxxi).
Creolizing Contradance in the Caribbean examines how music and social dances were vital to Caribbean communities as the focal points of quotidian social life, be it among the more humble settings of laborers or the ceremonial pomp of state power.
4) In contrapuntal resistance to white supremacist modes of power, Afro-creole cultures have forged repertoires of polyrhythmic consciousness based in a creolizing aesthetics of assemblage that incorporates "diversalities" most fundamentally encountered in multiple pathways of the creole saints (orishas or loa) and their soul musics that shake folk free from monocultural zombifications.
Chris Bongie's Islands and Exiles: The Creole Identities of Post/Colonial Literature takes as a point of departure Edouard Glissant's assertion that "ours is a creolizing world" (qtd.
Bongie, of course, acknowledges this, but by abandoning the roots-oriented search for the knowing (but ineffective) nod that ours is a creolizing world, his method tends to see history as the handmaiden to identity (rather than vice versa).
1997, << Cultural Psychiatry in a Creolizing World >>, Transcultural Psychiatry, 31, 1 : 9-41.
In this work, he analyzes Caribbean society and Jamaican society in particular to conclude that the plural-society model with its clean lines does not represent the pure truth, and modifies it into the "orientation model" (25), which sees Caribbean and Jamaican culture-areas in terms of two great traditions -- African and European -- creolizing into a socio-cultural continuum within which there are a number of interrelated orientations that sometimes overlap.
Describing the ambivalence of the creolizing process in Jamaica, first from the perspective of the majority, the poet and historian Kamau Brathwaite explains: "'Invisible,' anxious to be 'seen' by their masters, the elite blacks and the mass of free colourdes conceived of visibility through the lenses of their masters' already uncertain vision, as a form of 'greyness' - an imitation of an imitation.
The creolized, and creolizing, author must always chance another work--and another self--which even in the form of sheer repetition finds itself at a remove from any and all points of (textual, cultural) departure.
Transatlantic science played a significant role in shaping ethnographic study for the century ahead, not only through its own documentation and articulation of the creolizing effects of cultural experience and encounter but in the ways that, it, too, negotiated competing visions of culture as an "accidental accretion of elements" on one hand and as an "integrated spiritual totality" on the other (Stocking, A Franz Boas Reader 5-6).
The linguistic hegemony of the dominant culture means that the spoken word signifies both the oppression of subjugation, the symbolic ripping out of the native tongue (language as a foreign "l/anguish"(5)), and the innovation of the creolizing, revitalizing presence of black American speech.
She demonstrates the way the play indeed foreshadows Chamoiseau's later works: it introduces the author as a metafictional character, announces the importance of a revolutionary stance in a creolizing world, situates itself at the interface of the spoken and the written word, and sings the praises of the marvelous, anticipating in this way the Warrior of the Imaginary.
In its expansiveness on multiple planes--beyond colonial and postcolonial time frames and scopes and toward new relational paradigms including both literal and generic geographies not previously sufficiently explored--American Creoles recalls Edouard Glissant's rhizomatic conceptualizations of creolizing development.