File spoon-archives/postcolonial.archive/postcolonial_2004/postcolonial.0402, message 31


Subject: RE: the current state in poco studies
Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 07:37:10 -0800


When I travelled to India this winter for the Contemporary Theory conference in Jaipur, I heard from co-panelists that there was an inquiry in congress regarding the teaching of poco studies, particularly someone like Said in the aftermath of 9/11 and the Iraqi invasion.  It appears that the discussion indicated that poco theory should not be allowed to teach in the US. do you know anything about this? I was not aware of such a discussion.

Jaspal






 
>From: "Mohammed BEN JELLOUN" 
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>Subject: the current state in poco studies >Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 11:35:27 -0800 > >Poco studies is having hard times or seems so. Maybe general ideological difficulties, maybe communication technical problems. Or isn't it so? >Greetings, >Mohammed > >--- StripMime Warning -- MIME attachments removed --- >This message may have contained attachments which were removed. > >Sorry, we do not allow attachments on this list. > >--- StripMime Report -- processed MIME parts --- >multipart/alternative > text/plain (text body -- kept) > text/html >--- > > > --- from list postcolonial-AT-lists.village.virginia.edu --- 


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