He Proclaims Uhuru – Brenda McNary

Understanding Caliban as a Speaking Subject Revising William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, Aimé Césaire wrote A Tempest as a proclamation of resistance to European cultural dominance—a project to “de-mythify” Shakespeare’s canonical text. In A Tempest, Caliban attempts to authorize his own freedom by speaking it, positioning speech as a tool to empower the colonized. By placing Read more about He Proclaims Uhuru – Brenda McNary[…]

A tempest – Aimé Césaire

Une Tempête („A tempest“) is a 1969 play by Aimé Césaire. It is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest from a postcolonial perspective. The play was first performed at the Festival d’Hammamet in Tunisia under the direction of Jean-Marie Serreau. It later played in Avignon and Paris. Césaire uses all of the characters from Shakespeare’s Read more about A tempest – Aimé Césaire[…]

Silvia Federici – Kaliban i veštica

Feministička aktivistkinja i teoretičarka Silvija Federiči u knjizi Kaliban i veštica preispituje razvoj kapitalizma s feminističkog stanovišta, nastojeći pri tom da izbegne ograničenja „ženske istorije“ odvojene od istorije muškog dela radničke klase. Ona preispituje prelazak iz feudalizma u kapitalizam, iz ugla žene, tela i prvobitne akumulacije kapitala. Svaki od tih pojmova oslanja se na neki Read more about Silvia Federici – Kaliban i veštica[…]