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Dwelling-in-travel: the politics of space and culture in claude mckays home to harlem / Mario Laarman

Mario Laarmann; (OMNES, 2019)


Contemporary scholarship on Jamaican-born writer and poet Claude McKay, an influential figure of the Harlem Renaissance, seems to be unanimous in approaching his work through a lens of inter- or transnationalism. Thereby, mainly two aspects are often emphasized: First, his travelers life which he has documented in his autobiography A Long Way from Home, and second his political position, traceable in both his fictional and his non-fictional publications. This essay explores a third aspect of McKays transnationalism: his politics of culture and identity. Assuming that experiences and practices of groundedness and movement go along with an understanding of the self, I analyze McKays 1928 novel Home to Harlem and argue that the built-in paradox James Clifford calls dwelling-in-travel is not only evident in the novels politics of space, but can also be traced in its politics of gender relations and his representation of race.


Jenis Koleksi : Artikel Jurnal
No. Panggil : 350 OMNES 9:1 (2019)
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Penerbitan : Seoul : OMNES, 2019
Sumber Pengatalogan : LibUI eng rda
ISSN : 20935498
Majalah/Jurnal : OMNES: The Journal of Multicultural Society
Volume : vol. 9, No. 1, 2019: Hal. 90-109
Tipe Konten : text
Tipe Media : unmediated (rda media)
Tipe Carrier : volume
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Institusi Pemilik : Universitas Indonesia
Lokasi : Perpustakaan UI, Lt 4, R. Koleksi Jurnal
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