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India, 1949
known for his postcolonial theories

Homi Bhabha

Homi Bhabha is an expert in postcolonial theory, cosmopolitanism and nineteenth- and twentieth-century English literature. He studied at the universities of Mumbai and Oxford, and taught humanities at numerous universities. In 2001, he became Professor of English and American Language and Literature at Harvard, as well as director of the Harvard Humanities Center. Bhabha became well-known because of his study The Location of Culture (1994), in which he expounds his views on multiculturalism and postcolonialism.

Published in

Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 27

Het testament van de 20ste eeuw Deel III. Het vaarwel van de muzen

Speaker at


Part III. The Muses' Farewell

The Legacy of the Twentieth Century

24 May 2000 9.30 - 22.00 Tilburg University