Beyond the millennium: Black women's writing.
Women: A Cultural Review, 11(1-2) pp. 71–76.
Nasta's piece forms part of an oral contribution to the plenary session of the conference in which a variety of speakers discussed the many questions that the conference had raised. It focuses specifically on the location and history of black women's writing in Britain and attempts to address issues that have dominated critical and theoretical discussion for some years. The question as to how far we have moved on in our reading and assessment of these literatures is discussed; also the fact that perhaps debates we now see as being contemporary were also current in the experiences of earlier representations of Britain from a black or Asian perspective. Nasta makes some tentative suggestions in terms of how we might move forward.
||2000 Taylor & Francis
||Black; Asian; theocolonialism; difference; exile; postcolonial; hybridity; plurality
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