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Book list

As some of you might know, the Central European University generously offers to you a $150 stipend towards the acquisition of course-related books. (Send your thanks and kudos to Eva Gedeon and to chief librarian Olga Sipos, who has helped us to establish the list and order the titles).

Choosing the books was not an easy procedure. We tried to reconcile the variety of your academic interests with the need of establihing a coherent reading list. Basically each of the teachers has recommended a number of titles and then we had to decide which of these should be optional and which compulsory.

We ordered books worth $127 per student. Of this, 3 books  worth $72  are compulsory. Around $50-60 can be used for the purchase of optional books. The remainder of $20-30 (depending on your options) can be used for the purchase of other books from the CEU library. Note however that these are subject to the course director's approval and that they should be however distantly course-related.

Tick the appropriate boxes of the books you would like to choose:

Your name: 

Sel ect Author Title Publisher Year Pages Price Pieces ordered Students' pick
X Patrick Williams, Laura Chrisman Colonial Discourse/ Post-Colonial Theory 1994 569 p. 22.00
25
COMPULSORY
X Padmini Mongia, ed. Contemporary Postcolonial Theory: a Reader Arnold 1996 407 p. 21.95
25
COMPULSORY
X Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, Helen Tiffin (eds) The Post-Colonial Studies Reader 1995 526 p. 27.95
25
COMPULSORY
Ellen R. Berry, Anesa Miller-Podacar (eds.) Re-entering the Sign: Articulating New Russian Culture Univ. of Michigan Press 1995 22.95
9
 
Paula M. L. Moya Learning from Experience : Minority Identities, Multicultural Struggles University of California Press 2002 282 p. 17.95
8
 
Maria N. Todorova Imagining the Balkans   1997  
19.95
8
 
Rudolfo Anaya Bless me, Ultima Prentice Hall 1995 262 p.
6.99
7
 
Delia Poey, Virgil Suarez (Eds), Iguana Dreams: New Latino Fiction   1992 400 p.
13.60
6
 
Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, Helen Tiffin (eds) The Empire Writes Back : Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial Literature Routledge 1990 240 p.
20.99
5
 
Homi K. Bhabha Nation and Narration   1992 333 p.
22.95
5
 
Edward Said Culture and Imperialism      
11.20
5
 
Robert Phillipson Linguistic Imperialism   1992  
21.50
5
 
Ania Loomba Postcolonialism      
15.95
5
 
Henry Luis Gates jr. (ed) Race, Writing and Difference University of Chicago 1986 422 p. 19.50
5
 
Frederic Jameson, Masao Miyoshi, ed The Cultures of Globalization Durham and London: Duke 1998 376 p.
20.95
5
 
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak The Post-Colonial Critic : Interviews, Strategies, Dialogues   1990 224 p.
20.95
4
 

Now, all you have to do is either to the data (if wrong),  or to your choice.

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