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Title Statement
  • Créolité and Creolization : Documenta 11P̲latform3
Varying Form of Title
  • Documenta 11, Platform 3
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern-Ruit : 2003.
  • 2003
  • Språk: Engelska.
SAB Classification Code
Physical Description
  • 273 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
General Note
  • "This volume contains all contributions to Documenta 11P̲latform3 "Créolité and Creolization" a workshop held in St. Lucia, West Indies ... January 13-15, 2002"--T.p. verso.
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
  • Toward an ethics of vigilance : créolité and creolization. Exasperating theory / Derek Walcott ; Which "ethics of vigilance" to put into place? / Ginette Ramassamy ; Créolité and the process of creolization / Stuart Hall ; More than criticism / Derek Walcott ; Open session -- Modernity, creolization, and globalization. Paradise, primitivism, and parody / Petrine Archer-Straw ; Central America and creolization : the invisible Caribbean? / Virginia Pérez-Ratton ; Global islands / Gerardo Mosquera ; Open session -- Creole systems and cultural production. Nation languages and national development in the Caribbean : reclaiming our own voices / Dame Pearlette Louisy ; Sound systems against the "unsound system" of Babylon : rude/lewd lyrics vs. nude tourists in Jamaica / Annie Paul ; Creolization, decreolization, and linguistic development / Jean Bernabé ; From / Gerardo Mosquera ; Creolizing vision / Isaac Julien ; Open session -- Cosmopolitanism, urban culture, and Creole identity in the 21st century. The diaspora strikes back : créolité in the hood / Juan Flores ; Kiltir Kreol : processes and practices of créolité and creolization / Françoise Vergès ; Creolization, diaspora, and hybridity in the context of globalization / Stuart Hall ; Open session -- Writing creole : narrative, literary production, and the language of creoleness. To write a Creole, to write in Creole / Robert Chaudenson ; Literature, the imaginary, and creolization : texts and intertexts / Jean Claude Carpanin Marimoutou ; The length of the breath / Derek Walcott ; Open session.
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ISBN
  • 3775790845
  • 9783775790840
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Increased and accelerated processes of cultural syncretism have produced new configurations of identity for which theories of hybridity, matissage, and cosmopolitanism have been deployed and reworked in order to capture the polycentric and polysemic aspects of a new political philosophy of the Other. Under pressure from localized resistances, these terms no longer provide adequate frameworks for articulating the critical issues of difference and the asymmetry of evolving contemporary cultures. Beginning as a full-fledged literary movement in the late 1980s in the French Caribbean, Craolita ventured into the "chaos" produced by history to reclaim nationalist Creole identities. As a hypothesis of cultural production, the subsequent process of creolization reaches far beyond the plantation cultures of the Caribbean, towards a conceptualization of a non-totalitarian consciousness of preserved diversity that has its contested terrain within language, identity, politics, religion, and culture. Transcending still entrenched postcolonial and imperialist narratives of domination and resistance, center and periphery, creolization as a theory of creative disorder analyses active urban contest and contact zones in flux. It expresses a need for particularization that, by embedding Creole dynamics into sociopolitical and sociolinguistic histories, reformulates territories of art, architecture, dance, film, music, poetry, cuisine, oral literature, magic, and carnival.

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