How the elephant forgot its politics: Cultural identity and difference in the videogame: Taj the elephant genie in Rare’s Diddy Kong Racing

James Newman, Claire Molloy

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPicturing South Asian Culture in English: Textual and Visual Representations
EditorsTasleem Shakur, Karen D'Souza
PublisherOpen House Press
Pages176-191
Number of pages199
ISBN (Print)9780954446307
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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Newman, J., & Molloy, C. (2003). How the elephant forgot its politics: Cultural identity and difference in the videogame: Taj the elephant genie in Rare’s Diddy Kong Racing. In T. Shakur, & K. D'Souza (Eds.), Picturing South Asian Culture in English: Textual and Visual Representations (pp. 176-191). Open House Press.
Newman, James ; Molloy, Claire. / How the elephant forgot its politics: Cultural identity and difference in the videogame: Taj the elephant genie in Rare’s Diddy Kong Racing. Picturing South Asian Culture in English: Textual and Visual Representations. editor / Tasleem Shakur ; Karen D'Souza. Open House Press, 2003. pp. 176-191
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How the elephant forgot its politics: Cultural identity and difference in the videogame: Taj the elephant genie in Rare’s Diddy Kong Racing. / Newman, James; Molloy, Claire.

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Newman J, Molloy C. How the elephant forgot its politics: Cultural identity and difference in the videogame: Taj the elephant genie in Rare’s Diddy Kong Racing. In Shakur T, D'Souza K, editors, Picturing South Asian Culture in English: Textual and Visual Representations. Open House Press. 2003. p. 176-191