Postcolonial Studies: Themed Custom Text
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Postcolonial Studies: Themed Custom Text

Broadview anthologies include many readings suitable for literature courses on race, colonization, and postcolonial studies. If you are teaching a course in these areas, we invite you to pick and choose among the available readings to assemble a custom text that suits your course needs.

Click the “Build Your Book” link to the left to see a pre-selected list of readings that you may wish to include. Readings can be added, removed, and rearranged, and the resulting custom text can be ordered for course use in either print or eBook format. Pricing varies depending on the length and number of readings you choose to include, the format of your custom text (print or eBook), and the number of students enrolled in your course.

Selections from other Broadview books can also be added to your custom text. This includes material from other Broadview anthologies, as well as selections from any of our more than 400 stand-alone editions, such as The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah EquianoTekahionwake: E. Pauline Johnson’s Writings on Native North America, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu’s Turkish Embassy Letters, and H. Rider Haggard’s She.

For more details on Broadview Custom Texts please visit our FAQ here. If the selection or book you wish to add is not listed here (or if you’d rather work directly with a person to assemble your custom text), please contact our Custom Text Coordinator at custom@broadviewpress.com.

 

A PDF of our suggested list of readings is coming soon.