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Theorizing and Critiquing Indian Diaspora

 
Adesh Pal (Editor) Kavita A. Sharma (Editor) Tapas Chakrabarti (Editor)
Synopsis The global Indian Diaspora today, plays a significant role in the socio-economic and political spheres of the host countries. The place that they have created for themselves in their host countries testifies to their resilience and remarkable capacity to adopt and adapt. To assess the success of the global Indian Diaspora and to explore and evaluate its response to its land of origin, an International Seminar was organized by Post Graduate Diploma in Communicative English, Hemachandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan. The proceedings of the seminar have been published in the form of two books. The present book contains papers that debate and formulate the key theoretical concepts about the Indian Diaspora such as that of homeland, acculturation, religion, caste, ethnicity, double citizenship, gender and other interrelated issues. The successes and failures of the Indian Diaspora in different countries of the world are also taken up for analysis; for instance the condition of the Fijian Diaspora, or the writings of Punjabi Diaspora or those pertaining to the Asian woman. The contributors try to work out paradigms for analyzing and studying the Indian Diaspora keeping in mind the uniqueness of its movement and dispersal. The book will serve as an invaluable reference work for those interested in the theoretical issues related to the Indian Diaspora.
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About the authors

Adesh Pal

Dr. Adesh Pal is Professor in the Department of English and also the Director of the Centre for Indian Diaspora and Cultural Studies, Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, patan. He worked on John Keats for his doctoral research, and published a book on Keats. He is deeply interest in literary and cultural theories. He edited the book entitled “Decolonization: A Search for Alternatives” (2001). He has also Contributed a number of research articles to standard journals.

Kavita A. Sharma

Dr. Kavita A Sharma is currently the Principal of Hindu College, Delhi University, Delhi. she is trained in both literature and law being Ph.D. in English and Master in Law. She has been teaching at Hindu College since 1971 and has been a visiting faculty at Tokyo Women’s Christian college and at University of Indonesia. Recipient of Shastri Indo Canadian fellowship for Faculty Enrichment Fellowship, she has authored three books: Ongoing Journey: Indian Migration to Canada (1997) and 50 Years of University Grants Commission (2003). She has contributed numerous papers, articles and essays to various national and international journals, periodicals and dailies.

Tapas Chakrabarti

Dr. Tapas Chakrabarti is Reader in the Department of English, Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan. He worked on Amitav Ghosh for his doctoral research. He has co-edited one book on John Keats and another on “Decolonization: A Search for Alernatives” (2001). He has several research articles published to his credit.

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Bibliographic information

Title Theorizing and Critiquing Indian Diaspora
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Creative Books
Language: English
isbn 818043009X
length 274p., Notes; 23cm.