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Mark Crinson's Empire Building: Orientalism and Victorian Architecture (1996) examines how racial theory, as well as political and religious agendas, informed British architects and how Eastern ideas came to influence the West.

In The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa 1945-1994 (2001), Okwui Enwezor has edited a collection of writing and images, including essays, studies, speeches, manifestos, and photographs, which document the cultural and political record of Africa from 1945 to 1994 and offer a glimpse into the ideologies that shaped the continent's history and life during the period.

Andrew Gurr's Writers in Exile: The Identity of Home in Modern Literature (1981) defines "exile" as a feature of West Indian, African, Australian, and New Zealand literature written in English and surveys many of the major writers from these countries.

In 2000, Oxford University Press released World Cinema: Critical Approaches, edited by John Hill and Pamela Church Gibson. This collection...

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