Vol.5, No.1, SPRING 2015

 

Critical Voices on Postcolonial Literature

 

1-Transforming Postcolonial Theory to revive Postcolonization

ABHINABA CHATTERJEE

2- Rowling’s India: Orientalism in the World of Harry Potter

ABIN CHAKRABORTY

3-A Postcolonial Evaluation of the Concepts of ‘Nation and Nationalism’ in Mayombe and Petals of Blood

ALTAF AHMAD BHAT

4-‘History’s Castaways’: Fiction, History,Memory and the Other Literary revisions of History and the question of Testimony in J.M Coetzee’s Foe

ANEESHA GOSWAMI

5- The Paradise of Evil and Paranoia: Unmasking Terror and Politics in Modern Milieu

ANIMESH  BAG

6-Postcolonial Responses to the Western Superhero: A Study though Indian Nonsense Literature

ANURIMA CHANDA

7- Patriarchy and its colonies: Analyses of Systematic oppressing mechanisms

ARMEEN  KAUR  AHUJA

8-Exploring Eco-poetical Nuances in a Posthuman Robot-World: Tracing Postcolonial Ecology in Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay’s Science Fantasy Forest Goddess and Five Pigeons

AYON HALDER

9- Centralizing the Margins: Examining the Politics of Age and Sexuality in Anita Rau Badami’s Ajji’s Miracle

BASUDHARA ROY

10- History of (un)transability, the native experience and the role of silence in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide

BHASHA SHUKLA SHARMA

11- Multiculturalism: The Post-Colonial Redefinition of Cultural Relations

BHUBAN CHANDRA TALUKDAR

12-Gender and Women Right s in Shyam Selvadurai’s Cinnamon Gardens

C. V. PADMAJA

13- The Gendered Experience of Partition and the Politics of Postcolonial Identity Formation in Amrita Pritam’s Pinjar

GIRIJA SURI

14- Literary Translation before, in and beyond Polysystem Theory

HEMANG DESAI

15-‘Mimicry’ and ‘Ambivalence’ in A Passage to India

ISHANI BASU

16-The Question of Belonging: Postcolonial Predilections in Tibetan Diaspora

KHEM RAJ SHARMA

17- Inscribing Identity in History: A Study of Dalit and Afro-American Women Writings in Context of Bama’s Karukku and Audre Lorde’s Zami: A New Spelling of My Name

PRIYANKA JINDAL

18- Towards a Redefinition of National Identity in Sri Lanka: An Attempt to Trace Its Culture and Politics through Shyam Selvadurai’s Funny Boy

RAJU TA

19-After “Postcoloniality”: Exploring the Nexus between Nation-State and Global Capitalism

SAKSHI DOGRA

20-The Storm of History: Memory, Witnessing and Archiving Betrayal in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide and Sunil Gangopadhyay’s Arjun

SAMIRAN GEORGE GHISSING

21-Towards Sovereignty and Representation: Canadian Indigenous Literary Writings.

SANTOSH BHARTI

22- Nationalism and Madness: A Study of Saadat Hasan Manto’s stories “Toba Tek Singh”, “Thanda Gosht” and “Khol Do”

SARIKA CHHETRY

23-Racial prejudice and discrimination in Absalom, Absalom!

SARIKA TYAGI

24- The Bastard Child of History: Representation of the West in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children

SAURABH BHATTACHARYYA

25- Reading Khalid Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns: Understanding Gender Inequities

SHAHEENA TARANNUM

26-Forlorn Voices of Indian English Poetry with Special Reference to Bengal

SHEEBA AZHAR

7- Addressing the Current Crisis in Canadian Multiculturalism

SHRADDHA ADITYAVIR SINGH

28- Travelling Through Time and Space in Peggy Mohan’s Jahajin: An Archive of Displaced People Reengaging with Language, Gender, Religious and Caste Identities

SIDDHARTHA CHAKRABORTI

29-Intervention of Politics, Ethics, and Violence in James Coetzee’s Dusklands, Age of Iron, and Waiting for the Barbarians

TANU SHARMA

 

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