The feeling of living in contradictory times and ambiguous places, as we see today, leads to fear and uncertainty. However, ambiguity can be used as a creative force, and ambiguous spaces used for cultural production. In this context, the idea of “places in between” as fluid spaces of imagination emerged in the cultural theory of the 1990s. With “Third Space,” or more recently with “global doubt,” Homi Bhabha described alternatives to the binary order of modernity and its reverberation in the post-postcolonial situation.
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