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ThInkIng about orIentalISm What do you think Said means by the following? ‘The Orient has helped to define Europe’. ‘Orientalism ... has less to do with the Orient than it does with ‘our’ world’. ‘The Orient was almost a European invention’. ORIENTALISM IN THE PRESENT However, while it is easy to look back at the past distortions of Orientalism, Said’s work insists upon the continuity of Orientalism into the present rather than the complete break that previous accounts had suggested. Orientalism is still with us but in a slightly different form, as there is more differentiation between parts of the world (as we shall see in later chapters).
As we shall see, geography as a discipline was very much part of the European colonial enterprise and was caught up in Orientalism. Are we still Orientalists if we seek to write geographies of the Middle East or Asia? Further reading On early European views of the rest of the world Baudet, H. (1988) Paradise on Earth: Some Thoughts on European Images of Non-European Man (trans. E. Wentholt). Middletown, CT: Wesleyan Press. Friedman, J. (1981) The Monstrous Races in Medieval Art and Thought. Harvard: Harvard University Press.
London: Routledge. Porter, D. (1994) ‘Orientalism and its problems’, in P. Williams and L. Chrisman (eds), Colonial Discourse and Post-colonial Theory. New York: Columbia. pp. 150–61. Said, E. (1985) ‘Orientalism reconsidered’, Race & Class, 27(2). C. (1990) White Mythologies: Writing, History and the West. London: Routledge. ) Shohat and Stam develop Said’s arguments to a world where the dominant representation comes through US media Shohat, E. and Stam, R. (1994) Unthinking Eurocentrism. London: Routledge.