Do we understand the definition of post-colonial as it is understood in the sf/f communities? What are the differences in how these communities understand the term and how it is used in academia? Does it matter that these communities understand the term differently?
What is non-colonial narrative?
Is such a thing possible? If so, would Patricia Wrede's The Thirteenth Child be a non-colonial narrative since there are no peoples to be exploited in the alternate New World, despite it having been first found by Columbus for Europe and settled by Europeans -- and evidently Africans too?
Is there a place for a creole identity in a non-colonial narrative?
What do we mean by assimilation, creolization, cultural mis-appropriation?
Can we list titles of works that illustrate any or all of the above?