[Fwd: [SARA Alert - Social Sciences] Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy New Issue Alert]

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Volume 3, Number 3 (dated November 2000)  of:

Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy a journal from Routledge, part of the
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 Notes on Contributors 245 - 245

 Editorial 247 - 262
Stephen Cairns; Sanjay Seth; Michael Dutton; Leela Gandhi

 The Jean-Paul Gaultier theory of world peace 265 - 277
Joanne Finkelstein

 Postcolonial sites, global flows and fashion codes: a case-study of power cheongsams
and other clothing styles in modern Singapore 279 - 292
Chua Beng-Huat

 Fashioning change: nationalism, colonialism, and modernity in Hong Kong 293 - 309
Annie Hau-nung Chan

 Fashion orientalism and the limits of counter culture 311 - 330
Hiroshi Narumi

 Some thoughts on 'primitive' body decoration 331 - 335
Llewellyn Negrin

 In the tiger's lair: socialist everdayness enters post-Mao China 339 - 347
Harry D. Harootunian

 Promises unfulfilled: the struggle to move outside the North Atlantic range of vision
349 - 353
John Sinclair

 Arrested development or the queerness of savages: resisting evolutionary narratives
of difference 354 - 354
Neville Hoad


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