Interventions-International Journal of Postcolonial Studies

Papers
(The TQCC of Interventions-International Journal of Postcolonial Studies is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Words on Black Water: Setting South African “Plantation Literature” Afloat on the Kala Pani16
Moving beyond refugees and migrants: reconceptualising the rights of people on the move10
Queering Chinese Crossings in Late Twentieth Century Jamaica: Larry Chang and the Gay Freedom Movement9
Reading for Water8
Palestine and the Aesthetics of the Future Impossible6
The European Union and the Global Compacts on Refugees and Migration: A Philosophical Critique5
The Global Compacts, Mixed Migration and the Transformation of Protection4
Protection of refugees and migrants in the era of the global compacts4
An Island Under Siege: Negative Australian Media Narratives of Asylum Seekers and the Opportunity for Counter-Discourses4
Discordant Trajectories of the (Post-)Soviet (Post)Colonial Aesthetics4
The Transcultural Flow and Consumption of OnlineWuxiaLiterature through Fan-based Translation4
From Green Hell to Grey Heritage: Ecologies of Colour in the Penal Colony4
Patriotic Science4
May 1968: Anticolonial Revolution for a Decolonial Future3
Secularism, Security and the Weak State: De-democratizing the 2011 Yemeni Uprising3
On Pluviality: Reading for Rain in Namwali Serpell’s The Old Drift3
The Burden of the Past: Memories, Resistance and Existence in Susan Abulhawa’sMornings in Jeninand Hala Alyan’sSalt Houses3
Anatomy of Political Violence in South Africa3
Futures in the Presents: Decolonial Visions of the Haitian Revolution3
Rethinking Indigenous and Collaborative Archaeologies3
Natural Violence, Unnatural Bodies: Negotiating the Boundaries of the Human in MMIWG Narratives3
Black Lives Matter: Solidarity Between Indigenous and Chinese Australians?3
Immobility and the containment of solutions: Reflections on the Global Compacts, Mixed Migration and the Transformation of Protection2
Neoliberal Film and Feminism2
‘Sleep is an Overlord and Sovereign’ The Poetics and Politics of Sleep in Mahmoud Darwish’sIn the Presence of Absence2
Deep Historicities2
Interventions in Adolescent Lives in Africa Through Story2
A Ciné-Geography of Militant Cinema in the age of Three Worlds. Making Global History Appear in the Long 1960s2
Abolition of a National Paradigm2
How a Canon Is Formed: Censorship, Modernism, and the US Reception of Irish and South African Literature2
Loose Canons: The Global Anglophone Novel and the Failures of Universalism2
Suppressed Nakba memories in Palestinian female narratives2
Beyond Tourism: Alternative Futures in Contemporary Caribbean Poetry2
Outsider-Within: The Sociological Significance of Dalit Women’s Life Narratives2
Politics of Knowledge Production in the Global Compact for Migration2
Minor Literature and the Translation of the (M)other2
The Postsecular Turn: Interrogating Postcolonialism after 9/112
Constructing and Consuming the Periphery2
Decolonization of English Literature Studies in Iran2
A Theory of Subversion that could not also Serve the Cause of Oppression?2
Introduction: Postcolonial Spatialities2
Dark Water: Rustum Kozain’s This Carting Life (2005)2
Supply Chain Capitalism in the Planetary Network Blockbuster2
Informal Street Vending in Harare2
Mixed Migration and the vagaries of doctrine formation since 20152
The Notion of the “Subaltern” and the Drone Victim Subjectivities in Pakistani Anglophone Fiction2
Gramsci’s Writing Body. On Embodiment and Subaltern Knowledge2
Drama as Truth Commission: Reconciliation and Dealing with the Past in South African and Irish Theatre2
The Concept of “International Protection” in the Global Compacts on Refugees and Migration2
Hydrocolonial Johannesburg2
Exposing Islands of Refuge1
The Limits of the Anthropocene: Anticolonial Humanity in Kidlat Tahimik’s Mababangong Bangungot and Souleymane Cissé’s Yeelen1
Bitter Emotion: Affective Archives and Transnational Solidarity against Apartheid1
Concrete stories, decomposing fictions: Body parts and body politics in Ahmed Saadawi’s Frankenstein in Baghdad1
‘Our doors are open, there's nothing to hide: Muslim Transparency in Securitized Britain’1
Introduction: Thanatic Ethics: The Circulation of Bodies in Migratory Spaces1
Testimonies, Landscapes, and Reenactments in Im Heung-Soon's Documentary Works1
People of the Footprints1
Rewriting Solidarities in Juxtaposition1
Memory Novels as Lieux De Mémoire1
The Making of a Supranational Stereotype: Western Literary Constructions of the Chinese in Manila and Beyond1
To Be or Not to Be [Grateful]: Epistemologies of Belonging to a “Host-Home”1
Response1
The Global Anglophone: An Institutional Argument1
“This is China’s Sputnik Moment”: The Politics and Poetics of Artificial Intelligence1
Manufacturing Environmental Disasters: An Analysis of Eco-documentaries in the Age of Asia1
Extractive Modernity at Large1
South African and Northern Irish Political Prison Writing Reimagining/Reconfiguring the Carceral Space1
Third World Crossings1
Introduction: Visualizing Violence1
Remixing Transnational Media: Global Cultural Flows and their Hermeneutic Navigation in Kenyan DJ Afro Movies1
Translating Knowledges: Within and Beyond Asia1
Spectrality and Thanatic Ethics of Care in Atlantique and Biutiful1
Reading the Radio-Magazine: Culture, Decolonization and the Paigc’s Rádio libertação1
The Reconfiguration of Nationalist Movements in a Context of Crisis: Evidence from the Case of Catalonia1
Just Add Global1
Decolonizing the Museum1
Asymmetries1
Insolence, Indolence, and the Ayitian free Black1
“Writing Orality”: Preserving Oral Tradition and Cultural Identity in the Select Writings of Easterine Kire1
Angloglobalism, Multilingualism and World Literature1
Grafting Missionary Infrastructures: Korean Missions to Cambodia in an IT Age1
Nationalism, Mourning, and Melancholia in Postcolonial Korea and Japan1
Racial Capitalism and Racial Intimacies: Post-Emancipation British Guiana in David Dabydeen’s The Counting House1
Of Global Anglophone: A Response1
A Mermaid in a Dry City: A Watery Reading of Yvonne Vera’sButterfly Burning1
Deep History and the Pitfalls of Periodization1
The Burmese Refugee Exodus of 1942: Making a Case for the Refugee Archive and Inclusive Refugee Policies1
Aspirations of Relationality: Asian American Studies, American Studies, East Asian Studies, and the Global Anglophone1
Playing with Saris: Material and Affective Unfoldings of Violence and Resistance in Shailja Patel’s Migritude1
Stage Irish and Boorish Boers1
Palestinian Non-Violent Resistance and the Apartheid Analogy1
Tupperware and Flowerville1
An Anticolonial way of Seeing1
Postcolonial Theory and the Challenge of Caste1
Portuguese Fascism’s Genocidal Strategy in Mozambique: the Zambezi River South Bank in the Early-Mid 1970s1
Hidden Stories1
“He Wants Me to Bring Him Home, Even in the Form of a Shell”1
Fanon’s Frame of Violence1
Area Studies: From “Global Anglophone” to Afropolitan Literature1
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