The Colonialisms series of books aims to explore the historical realities, current significance, and future ramifications of imperialist practices with origins and boundaries outside of "The West," including transnational corporations and cyberspace. Authors in the series emphasize the cultural, practical, experiential, affective, and aesthetic strategies of imperialist agendas and colonialist projects. The series also hopes to stimulate the development of theories and methodologies that may disrupt the all too easy binaries of East and West, North and South, colonizer and colonized.
This series is now complete. The following volumes are in print, but no further volumes will be issued.