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The title of the chapter:
The Themes of Colonial Discourse in British Textual Representations 1914-1958
Type of the order: A Chapter of a research
Field of Study: Postcolonial Studies and Middle Eastern Literature
Approach: Postcolonial Critical Discourse Analysis.
Kindly read these clarification and requirements carefully and take them into consideration:
Some sources for understanding and having an idea about Edward Siad:
Some sources for understanding and having an idea about the terms:
https://staff.uny.ac.id/sites/default/files/pendidikan/else-liliani-ssmhum/postcolonialstudiesthekeyconceptsroutledgekeyguides.pdf Pages 10,124
page 108. )
Some source for understanding and having an idea about her terms: https://staff.uny.ac.id/sites/default/files/pendidikan/else-liliani-ssmhum/postcolonialstudiesthekeyconceptsroutledgekeyguides.pdf
Note: Please note that there is no need to discuss and analyze the arguments and the contributions of these three postcolonial theorists, but you should analyze and read the British texts (Main texts) and their themes through the lens of their arguments and contribution that mentioned above. The sources give you an idea about the terms. They can support you in understating the topic.
The themes should not be less than 10 themes. For each theme, we should take more than 6 samples in different main Texts. We also need to take 2-3 other samples from secondary texts for each theme as well. We have to read, analyse, and disrupt the discourse of British Colonialism in the textual representations through contrapuntal reading. You should write on each theme as per 6 steps below.
All of these points are the requirements of the supervisor. He warned me to write the dissertation as per these requirements, otherwise, he will not check the writings.
An Introduction about the research:
It is just an introduction about the research in order to understand the main and the path of the study:
It is a comparative study depends on duality dominance-subordination relationship between British Colonizer Power and Kurds colonized people in Iraq through Textual Representations 1914-1958. it attempts to explore interpretations of the role of Colonial discourse and cultural control as a sort of power for British domination and exercising colonialist authority over the Kurds in Iraq, as also highlighted the impact of the colonist ideology and culture upon the Kurdish culture and identity. And identify or determine many dilemmas and themes which appeared with colonialism in Kurdish society such as, Repression, Subjugation and Oppression, hybridity, Mimicry, Euro-centric, ethnic conflicts and so on. It examines the operations of the discourse of colonialist ideology and resistance to colonialism textual representations, to show and investigate the political, and ideological themes of postcolonial discourse in both colonized Kurds and British Colonizer texts. Here discourse is not a form of knowledge that is used instrumentally in service of power but rather is itself a form of power. It is derivative form of power relations shape and construct identity.
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Chapter: The Themes of Colonial Discourse in British Textual Representations 1914-1958
The chapter focuses the themes of British colonizer’s discourse about the Kurds in Iraq which is tied up with the military and economic domination of the Iraqi Kurdistan.
This chapter attempts to read (contrapuntal reading) and understand British Colonial Discourse on colonized Kurds through British textual representations (Main Texts) of British orientalists and Political officers who served in British Colonial administration in Iraqi Kurdistan and were interested in Middle Eastern and Kurdish issues. The chapter attempts to find out the characteristics and themes of postcolonial discourse through texts in different stages from 1914 to 1958. it also tries to understand how British Colonizer implanted the colonial culture into Kurdish Culture and Identity. How British colonization impacts the Kurdish identity in Iraq?
The chapter attempts to unfold links between the power knowledge (The role of British elites- intellectuals, British Orientalists, Political officers, British colonial Textual Representations) nexus that connects the discourse of Orientalism with the military and economic domination and hegemony of the Kurds in Iraq by the British, The main purpose in this chapter is not just to reveal this connection only but to disrupt it. And the way in which the chapter seeks to bring about this disruption is through what we called contrapuntal reading, contrapuntal reading of the texts that use the discourse of Orientalism.
Themes of British Colonial and Postcolonial Discourse
In the research, the British textual representations include the texts which ratified and published by British Oriental organization, western academic canters, and British colonial administration. In British Texts (Main Texts) on Kurds, There are many common themes into British colonial discourse which were reflected and demonstrated many thematic concepts that are quite connected with both 'British colonizer' and ' Kurds colonized'. The chapter attempts to find out colonial themes in the Texts and analysing the themes through a nuanced understanding and contrapuntal reading for postcolonial issues. Here, the most important point is making a balance between the arguments and terms which were related to the postcolonial theory and it should be reflected in reading and analysing the themes of the texts in this chapter.
In order to determine the postcolonial themes of the British texts (Main texts), we have to read them deeply, I have not read all of them, but I just want to remind you some common postcolonial themes, we have to explore all themes of British colonial Discourse in the texts, they should be more than 10 themes, and we have to cite 6 samples from different texts for each theme and heading.
I have not selected and find out the themes of colonial discourse of British textual representations 1914-1958, I just prepared texts and sent you via Google drive links. In your turn, you should read and analyse them under the lens of postcolonial theory ( Edward Said, fanon, Bhabha, spivak) and determine the themes of the colonial discourse in the Texts, but I’m writing some common themes of Colonial discourse in order to be clear for you, we should focus on the themes that exist in the texts,
Some common themes are :
The Common Themes of Colonial Discourse
Note: Please, if you find out any other themes of Colonial Discourse in the Texts, you can write on them as well. I really did not read the texts deeply.
Even though I listed and mentioned some themes of postcolonial discourse above, but I really don’t know exactly which one of the themes existed and reflected into the British Texts. We have to read the texts very carefully in order to pick and analyse the themes. I only listed some common themes of postcolonial discourse that maybe exist in any Postcolonial texts
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The Selected Texts & the Sources
British Selected Texts for Chapter Three
They are very important text and the authors are famous diplomats of British Colonialism in Middle East. ….
The Google drive link of The Secondary Texts:
It is an example of the supported texts:
For example, Major Ely Banister Soane wrote a lot of texts on Kurds, I prepared all Main Texts of him and other British Political officers and Orientalists. Some texts are main texts for the chapter, and others are supported Texts to the main texts:
For example, in preface of the Book” Elementry Kurmanji Grammar ’ which is considered as supported texts, Soane mentioned that he wrote this texts and researches for colonial purpose and for British political officers, as Major Ely Banister Soane stated that:
“This sketch of elementary Kurmanji is intended primarily for the use of officers and others whose duties leads them to the southern districts of Kurdistan. The dialect here treated is that of Sulaimaniyah and district and is current Ivith slight variations, as far north as about latitude 36«”. 1
1 Major E. B. Soane. Elementary Kurmanji Grammar. Printed At The Government Press. Baghdad. 1919.
Sources for chapter Three
I prepared some Google drive links which include different type of sources. They are really important in analyzing the texts in order to present our deep understanding:
Historical Sources: This file includes some researches, books, and thesis on British and Kurds in 1914-1958. We should use the sources to serve our reading and understanding on Texts. The historical sources and British textual representations are interrelated. They studied and researched for the same topic, there are chapters or section of the source which are exactly related to the dissertation. We can use them in analyzing the British textual representations. You can search to the information on authors of British Textual Representations, topics or any other issues into the sources. Please use them: The sources:
Similar Researches: This file includes two types of sources:
6 steps to write on each themes of British Colonial Discourse in this chapter
We have to read the texts one by one, then determine the Postcolonial Themes of British Colonial discourse on Kurds in Iraq within more than 10 themes, effects and implications of the discourse and its themes on Kurd’s society and identity 1914-1958. Each of the theme should be analysed under the lens of Postcolonial theory. It means that we have to make balance between this chapter and chapter one as well. We should focus on the terms, arguments, contributions of Edward Said, Homi Bhabha, and Gayatri Spivak in analysing the discourse of the Texts. We also have to read, analyse, and disrupt the discourse of British Colonialism in the textual representations through contrapuntal reading as follows:
6 Steps to conduct Postcolonial Critical Discourse Analysis on each theme and samples of The selected texts:
Note, please be informed that we have to apply the points above on each theme and each sample. The process of analysing and reading the themes of Colonial Discourse in Textual representations.
You can benefit from these links to find some quotes in analyzing texts:
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