Postcolonial Media Theory

Fernandez, Maria
September 1999
Art Journal;Fall99, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p58
Academic Journal
Investigates the possibility of a reconciliation between postcolonial studies and electronic media theory in India. Postcolonial theorists; Information on electronic media artists; Issue on feminism; Implications of postcolonial studies and electronic media on cultural identity.


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