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" Pratt defines the contact zone as "the space of colonial encounters, the space in which peoples geographically and historically separated come into contact with each other and establish ongoing relations, usually involving conditions of coercion, radical... "
Rise and Fall of the Cosmic Race: The Cult of Mestizaje in Latin America - Page 17
by Marilyn Grace Miller - 2004 - 202 pages
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Dancing Fear and Desire: Race, Sexuality, and Imperial Politics in Middle ...

Stavros Stavrou Karayanni - Performing Arts - 2006 - 264 pages
...imperial subject in the contact zone. In the space of the contact zone, Mary Louise Pratt explains, "peoples geographically and historically separated...coercion, radical inequality, and intractable conflict" (6) . Using his erudite expertise, Curtis manipulates Kuchuk's dance, depicting it simultaneously as...
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El dinosaurio sigue allí: arte y política en Monterroso

Gloria Estela González Zenteno - History - 2004 - 230 pages
...— like colonialism, slavery, or their aftermaths as they are lived out across the globe today [...] the space in which peoples geographically and historically...ongoing relations, usually involving conditions of coerción, radical inequality, and intractable conflict. (Pratt: 4, 6) [espacios sociales donde dos...
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Charles Brockden Brown and the Literary Magazine: Cultural Journalism in the ...

Michael Cody - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2004 - 213 pages
...individuals. Mary Louise Pratt calls this site the "contact zone": "the space of colonial encounters, the space in which peoples geographically and historically separated come into contact with each other" (6). Travel literature could suggest to its readers their relationship to some foreign Other, show...
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"In Gottes Namen Hütten bauen": Kirchlicher Landbesitz in Südafrika: die ...

Andrea Schultze - History - 2005 - 619 pages
...als KONTAKTZONE (Pratt 1992). Diese sei charakterisiert als „[t]he space of colonial encounters, the space in which peoples geographically and historically...coercion, radical inequality and intractable conflict." (Pratt 1992:4) Pratt zieht den Begriff „contact zone" dem der „colonial frontier" vor, weil dieser...
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Reading Native American Women: Critical/creative Representations

In-S Hern/Ndez-Avila - Literary Criticism - 2005 - 275 pages
...temporal elements on which they depend. [Contact zone] refer[s] to the space of colonial encounters, the space in which peoples geographically and historically...coercion, radical inequality, and intractable conflict. (6) I believe that in "intractable conflict" are the seeds of profound transformation. The narrative...
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Sport in South Asian Society: Past and Present

Boria Majumdar, J. A. Mangan - History - 2005 - 344 pages
...borrowed from Mary Louise Pratt. She writes, '[By the term] I ... refer to space of colonial encounters, the space in which peoples geographically and historically...coercion, radical inequality, and intractable conflict.' ML Pratt, Imperial Eyes: Travel Writing and Tramculturation (London: Routledge, 1992), p.6. 4. Cecil...
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Contact Zones: Aboriginal and Settler Women in Canada's Colonial Past

Katie Pickles, Myra Rutherdale - Biography & Autobiography - 2007 - 320 pages
...Writing and Transculturation. Pratt identified the "contact zone" as "the space of colonial encounters, the space in which peoples geographically and historically...conditions of coercion, radical inequality, and intractable conflict."23 To some extent, Pratt extended the concept of the frontier. While an earlier idea of frontier...
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Internationalizing Higher Education: Critical Explorations of Pedagogy and ...

Peter Ninnes, Meeri Hellstén - Education - 2005 - 231 pages
...without problems. The idea of a 'contact zone' suggests a space of continuing historical encounters: in which peoples geographically and historically separated...coercion, radical inequality, and intractable conflict. [The idea of 'contact zone'] invokes the spatial and temporal copresence ... [where] trajectories now...
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Cultural Encounters Between East and West, 1453-1699

Matthew Birchwood, Matthew Dimmock - Social Science - 2005 - 234 pages
...adversary would take place in a typical "contact zone," where, as Marie Louise Pratt has explained, "peoples geographically and historically separated...conditions of coercion, radical inequality, and intractable conflict"18. Coryat thought he would be the coercer of the subaltern. But as the curiously candid account...
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Teaching African American Religions

Carolyn M. Jones, Theodore Louis Trost - Education - 2005 - 253 pages
...other, often in highly symmetrical relations of domination and subordination"; they are the spaces "in which peoples geographically and historically...relations, usually involving conditions of coercion, racial inequality, and intractable conflict." 10 In the contact zone, relationship and conflict create—I...
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