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標題: 論潔西卡.海格苳《夢叢林》中的帝國主義、全球化及他者
Imperialism, Globalization and the Other in Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn’s Dream Jungle
作者: 蔡宛茵
Tsai, Caroline Wan-Yin
關鍵字: 夢叢林;Dream Jungle;想像共同體;帝國修辭;東方主義;美國帝國主義;全球化;法農;性別化國家;Imagined Community;empirical rhetoric;Orientalism;US imperialism;globalization;Frantz Fanon;sexualizing nation
出版社: 外國語文學系所
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Jessica Hagedorn’s Dream Jungle shows her concern for the history, race, people and society in the Philippines as a Filipino American writer. Hagedorn depicts the long and complicated colonial history in the Philippines, from the four-hundred-year Spanish colonization which established a rigid racial hierarchy to the US imperial invasion and domination. The history of being dominated by western powers continues to affect the local social values and power relations in the Philippines. The novel portrays how colonial knowledge and values are rooted in the Philippines. Also, the collusion between the Marcos regime and western capitalists has exacerbated the predicament on constructing the Philippine national identity. Through emphasizing the foreign impacts on the Philippines, Hagedorn suggests that the intention of recovering or creating a nativist Filipinoness is impractical. Instead, the postcolonial Philippines need to coexist with its colonial past and the global economic system. Hagedorn encourages an open and “contaminated” national identity for the postcolonial Philippines.
This thesis explores how the imperial orientalist imagination of the Other has established and justified the western controls over the Philippines, and this imagination continues to fix the Philippines onto the position as global South. Moreover, the local Filipino elites often depend on foreign powers to secure their elite position and benefits. Under such multi-layered oppression and exploitation, the Philippines continues to face obstacles when constructing national identity. The novel implies that the insistence on nativism is impractical and violent. As a result, Hagedorn makes effort to open up new approaches toward the national identity of the Philippines.
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