Authored By: P. Karkuzhali & P. Prayer Elmo Raj
Year of Publication: 2017
|Pages: 290||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: English Literature
|Price in Rs. 770.00||Price in (USA) $. 61.6|
Subaltern literature or literature from the margins is an alterity, literature that contravenes ‘mainstream,’ represents margins, exemplifies resistance, challenges privileging, locates roots and explores the otherness. It is an authentic space for subversive voices transpiring out of the complex, ignored and suppressed experiences of the subaltern. The growing unequal economic, social, religious, cultural and political interconnections continue to create peripheries and the powerless rather than rupturing human made lope sided frontiers. This volume is an endeavour to present comprehensive creative and critical perspectives on the theoretical, historical, literary representations of the subaltern.
Dr. P. Karkuzhali is Assistant Professor of English in Chellammal Women’s College of the Pachaiyappa’s Trust, Chennai-600032. She is the co-editor of Unearthing the Unexplored: A Critical Companion to Fourth World Literature (2016). Her research interests are Postcolonial Literature, Indigenous Literature, Cultural Studies and Disability Studies. She writes poetry in Tamil. She is the author of Ennachaaral (forthcoming). She is the recipient of Kasthuri Ramnath State Award, Hellen Keller State Award, Wisdom Award, and Rev. Fr. Lawrence Sundaram Gold Medal for outstanding performance in the Doctor of Philosophy in English.
Dr. P. Prayer Elmo Raj is Assistant Profess of English, PG & Research Department of English, Chennai-30. He is the author of Theology of Religions in the Context of Fundamentalism (2013) and Book of Job: A Literary Response (2014), co-author of Essays on Global Literature (2014), editor of Religion, Politics and Secularism in India (2016), Literature and Society (2016), and co-editor of Engaging with Disabilities (2015), Plurality and Difference (2017). His research interests include Literary/Critical Theory, Alternative Epistemologies, and New Literatures.