Narrative Authority: Performing the Postcolonial Self
Postcolonial displacement and resulting cultural nomadism of second generation diasporia is often associated with loss, lack, exile. This author's position is that the cultural and linguistic margins that nomads inhabit are places of abundance and possibility. Establishing decolonized autobiographical authority necessitates the type of recognition, deconstruction, and re-association that second generation diasporic populations are uniquely positioned to undertake.
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