Post-Colonialism is a theoretical movement that ties colonial narratives to our current understandings of race within the context between the first and third worlds. Both Said and McClintock discuss how the colonial ‘other’ was created through discourse and policies. Who constitutes the ‘other’? How is the ‘other’ different from the colonists? In what ways do gender, race, sexuality and class play out in defining the other? Do we have ‘others’ in our ‘post-colonial’ society? Who are they?
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