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0.25 Gerald Vizenor, Manifest Manners: The Long Gaze of Christopher Columbus, boundary 2, 1992.
0.22 Deborah Root, The Imperial Signifier: Todorov and the Conquest of Mexico, Cultural Critique, 1988.
0.21 Abdul R. Jan Mohamed, The Economy of Manichean Allegory: The Function of Racial Difference in Colonialist Literature, Critical Inquiry, 1985.
0.21 Shari M. Huhndorf, Nanook and His Contemporaries: Imagining Eskimos in American Culture 1897-1922. Critical Inquiry, 2000,
0.20 C. Richard King, The (Mis)uses of Cannibalism in Contemporary Cultural Critique, Diacritics, 2000.
0.19 Patrick Brantlinger, Victorians and Africans: The Genealogy of the Myth of the Dark Continent, Critical Inquiry, 1985.
0.19 Nerissa S. Balce, The Filipina's Breast: Savagery Docility and the Erotics of the American Empire, Social Text, 2006.
0.19 Gaurav Desai, The Invention of Invention, Cultural Critique, 1993.
0.18 Peter Hulme, Making No Bones: A Response to Myra Jehlen, Critical Inquiry, 1993.
0.18 Rob Nixon, Caribbean and African Appropriations of "The Tempest", Critical Inquiry, 1987.
0.18 Henry Louis Gates_ Jr., Critical Fanonism, Critical Inquiry, 1991.
0.17 Graham Huggan, (Post)Colonialism Anthropology and the Magic of Mimesis, Cultural Critique, 1997.
0.17 Kyung-Won Lee, Is the Glass Half-Empty or Half-Full? Rethinking the Problems of Postcolonial Revisionism, Cultural Critique, 1997.
0.17 Margarita Zamora, Abreast of Columbus: Gender and Discovery, Cultural Critique, 1990.
0.16 Aimé Césaire Brent Hayes Edwards, Culture and Colonization, Social Text, 2010.
0.16 Julia V. Emberley, "A Gift for Languages": Native Women and the Textual Economy of the Colonial Archive, Cultural Critique, 1990.
0.16 Phillip E. Wegner, "Life as He Would Have It": The Invention of India in Kipling's "Kim", Cultural Critique, 1993.
0.16 Myra Jehlen, Response to Peter Hulme, Critical Inquiry, 1993.
0.16 Laura Rice, African Conscripts/European Conflicts: Race Memory and the Lessons of War, Cultural Critique, 2000.
0.16 Kwaku Larbi Korang, Where Is Africa? When Is the West's Other? Literary Postcoloniality in a Comparative Anthropology, Diacritics, 2004.
0.15 Mary Louise Pratt, Scratches on the Face of the Country; Or What Mr Barrow Saw in the Land of the Bushmen, Critical Inquiry, 1985.
0.15 Katie Kane, Nits Make Lice: Drogheda Sand Creek and the Poetics of Colonial Extermination, Cultural Critique, 1999.
0.15 Laura Rice-Sayre, Veiled Threats: Malek Alloula's Colonial Harem, boundary 2, 1986.
0.15 Suzana Sawyer Arun Agrawal, Environmental Orientalisms, Cultural Critique, 2000.
0.15 Penelope Ingram, Can the Settler Speak? Appropriating Subaltern Silence in Janet Frame's "The Carpathians", Cultural Critique, 1999.
0.14 Myra Jehlen, History before the Fact; Or Captain John Smith's Unfinished Symphony, Critical Inquiry, 1993.
0.14 Belinda Edmondson, Race Tradition and the Construction of the Caribbean Aesthetic, New Literary History, 1994.
0.14 Roberto Fernández Retamar, Our America and the West, Social Text, 1986.
0.14 Jeffrey Tobin, Cultural Construction and Native Nationalism: Report from the Hawaiian Front, boundary 2, 1994.
0.14 Mary Louise Pratt, A Reply to Harold Fromm, Critical Inquiry, 1986.
0.14 Enrique Dussel, Eurocentrism and Modernity (Introduction to the Frankfurt Lectures), boundary 2, 1993.
0.14 Laura Rice, "Nomad Thought": Isabelle Eberhardt and the Colonial Project, Cultural Critique, 1990.
0.14 Anindyo Roy, Savage Pursuits: The Shaping of Colonial Civility in E M Forster's "The Life to Come", boundary 2, 2001.
0.14 Luís Madureira, Tropical Sex Fantasies and the Ambassador's Other Death: The Difference in Portuguese Colonialism, Cultural Critique, 1994.
0.14 Christopher L. Miller, Theories of Africans: The Question of Literary Anthropology, Critical Inquiry, 1986.
0.13 Andrew Apter, "Que Faire?" Reconsidering Inventions of Africa, Critical Inquiry, 1992.
0.13 Shaobo Xie, Rethinking the Problem of Postcolonialism, New Literary History, 1997.
0.13 Abena P. A. Busia, Silencing Sycorax: On African Colonial Discourse and the Unvoiced Female, Cultural Critique, 1989.
0.13 William Pietz, The "Post-Colonialism" of Cold War Discourse, Social Text, 1988.
0.13 José Rabasa, Dialogue as Conquest: Mapping Spaces for Counter-Discourse, Cultural Critique, 1987.
0.13 Jonathan Goldberg, Sodomy in the New World: Anthropologies Old and New, Social Text, 1991.
0.13 Edward H. Spicer Rosamond B. Spicer, The Nations of a State, boundary 2, 1992.
0.13 Jennifer Wenzel, Remembering the Past's Future: Anti-Imperialist Nostalgia and Some Versions of the Third World, Cultural Critique, 2006.
0.13 Pius Adesanmi, "Nous les Colonises": Reflections on the Territorial Integrity of Oppression, Social Text, 2004.
0.13 Edward W. Said, Representing the Colonized: Anthropology's Interlocutors, Critical Inquiry, 1989.
0.12 Karl Kroeber, American Indian Persistence and Resurgence, boundary 2, 1992.
0.12 Clement Hawes, Three Times Round the Globe: Gulliver and Colonial Discourse, Cultural Critique, 1991.
0.12 Wang Ning, Orientalism versus Occidentalism?, New Literary History, 1997.
0.12 Jenny Mastoraki N. C. Germanacos, The Vandals, boundary 2, 1973.
0.12 Peter Kulchyski, Primitive Subversions: Totalization and Resistance in Native Canadian Politics, Cultural Critique, 1992.
0.12 Jonathan Boyarin Greg Sarris Menahem Prywes, Europe's Indian America's Jew: Modiano and Vizenor, boundary 2, 1992.
0.12 Tsushima Yuko Geraldine Harcourt Masao Miyoshi, The Possibility of Imagination in These Islands, boundary 2, 1994.
0.12 Uzo Esonwanne, The Madness of Africa(ns): Or Anthropology's Reason, Cultural Critique, 1990.
0.12 Nancy Vogeley, Turks and Indians: Orientalist Discourse in Postcolonial Mexico, Diacritics, 1995.
0.12 Richard D. E. Burton, "Maman-France Doudou": Family Images in French West Indian Colonial Discourse, Diacritics, 1993.
0.12 Susan Hegeman, History Ethnography Myth: Some Notes on the "Indian-Centered" Narrative, Social Text, 1989.
0.12 Jenny Sharpe, The Violence of Light in the Land of Desire; Or How William Jones Discovered India, boundary 2, 1993.
0.12 M. Consuelo León W., Foundations of the American Image of the Pacific, boundary 2, 1994.
0.11 William V. Spanos, Culture and Colonization: The Imperial Imperatives of the Centered Circle, boundary 2, 1996.
0.11 Arnold Krupat, Native American Literature and the Canon, Critical Inquiry, 1983.
0.11 Parama Roy, Oriental Exhibits: Englishmen and Natives in Burton's Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah & Meccah, boundary 2, 1995.
0.11 Harold Fromm, The Hegemonic Form of Othering; Or the Academic's Burden, Critical Inquiry, 1986.
0.11 Jane Tompkins, "Indians": Textualism Morality and the Problem of History, Critical Inquiry, 1986.
0.11 Cedric J. Robinson, Oliver Cromwell Cox and the Historiography of the West, Cultural Critique, 1990.
0.11 Georg M. Gugelberger, Decolonizing the Canon: Considerations of Third World Literature, New Literary History, 1991.
0.11 Richard Waswo, The History That Literature Makes, New Literary History, 1988.
0.11 Johannes Fabian, Remembering the Other: Knowledge and Recognition in the Exploration of Central Africa, Critical Inquiry, 1999.
0.11 Diana Fuss, Interior Colonies: Frantz Fanon and the Politics of Identification, Diacritics, 1994.
0.11 Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Race before Racism: The Disappearance of the American, boundary 2, 1998.
0.11 Holger Henke, Ariel's Ethos: On the Moral Economy of Caribbean Experience, Cultural Critique, 2004.
0.11 Homi K. Bhabha, Signs Taken for Wonders: Questions of Ambivalence and Authority under a Tree outside Delhi May 1817. Critical Inquiry, 1985,
0.10 Debbie Lee Tim Fulford, Virtual Empires, Cultural Critique, 2000.
0.10 Gananath Obeyesekere, "British Cannibals": Contemplation of an Event in the Death and Resurrection of James Cook Explorer, Critical Inquiry, 1992.
0.10 Ruth Mayer, The Things of Civilization the Matters of Empire: Representing Jemmy Button, New Literary History, 2008.
0.10 Gyan Prakash, Who's Afraid of Postcoloniality?, Social Text, 1996.
0.10 Kristin Koptiuch, Third-Worlding at Home, Social Text, 1991.