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CFP: Shakespeare's Bastards
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.0927  Thursday, 19 October 2006

From: 		Larry Weiss <
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Date: 		Tuesday, 17 Oct 2006 14:21:53 -0400
Subject: 17.0915 CFP: Shakespeare's Bastards
Comment: 	Re: SHK 17.0915 CFP: Shakespeare's Bastards

 >First introduced by Homi Bhabha in his influential 1990 volume,
 >The Location of Culture, hybridity has become one of the most
 >debated and disputed concepts in poststructuralist theory.

Really?  Please tell me more.

 >Hybridity provides, in Bhabha's words, a 'third space of
 >enunciation' which inherently resists essentialization, fixed
 >binaries or constructions of the originary.  Hybridity offers a
 >liminal space or margin in-between the nation-space, an
 >inter-national space which facilitates multivocalism,
 >plurality and syncretism.

Ahh!  Thanks for clearing that up.

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