By a wide measure of assent, Edward Said is one of the most important scholars examining society, politics and culture. A Palestinian-American, his life has been shaped by the cross-currents of race, globalization and nationalist violence. Said has emerged as a leading figure in the dialogue between occidentalism and orientalism, making seminal contributions to our understanding of colonialism, postcolonialism and the responsibilities of criticism. He is one of the figures cited most frequently in the Social Science Citation Index, and one of the few, genuinely global, public intellectuals.
This exhaustive and unparalleled collection draws together the essential writings on Said′s thought in a collection which any serious s
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