Authored By: Umeshkumar Bagal, Satyawan Mane & Nitin Kolekar
Year of Publication: 2019
|Pages: 476||Binding: Hard Cover|
Category: Literary Criticism & Theory
|Price in Rs. 1330.00||Price in (USA) $. 106.4|
Postmodernism, which generally refers to a socio-cultural and literary theory and a shift in perspective, is rightly considered as a reaction against modernism. It has manifested in a variety of disciplines which broadly includes the Social Sciences, Arts, Architecture, Literature, Fashion, Communication and Technology. It has the great impact on theories, practices and histories, race and identity, religion, secularization, feminism, philosophy, post-colonialism, post-communalism, culture and ethnicity, diaspora, gender studies, revolt and marginality, human rights and nationalism, language narrative techniques: forms and genres, translation, Third World Literature, Comparative Literature, regionalism, creative writing and Communication Studies. These all areas are significantly connected with English Language and Literature. It is a need of an hour to make a scholarly discussion on it and to represent it in the intellectual community.
The book contains edited scholarly research papers, articles on Postmodernist perspectives and its impact on various genres and sub genres in English Language and Literature. Edited research papers cover various important themes and thoughts associated with postmodernism, which are depicted in Language and Literature.
Dr. Umeshkumar Bagal
Dr. Umeshkumar M. Bagal has been working as I/C Principal and Assistant Professor at Dnyandeep College of Science and Commerce, Morvande-Boraj (Khed) Dist: Ratnagiri, (MS), India. He is the Director of Higher Education and Research Society, Navi Mumbai and Executive Editor of Online International Journal. He has published number of research papers and articles in various national and international journals and edited books in English Language and Literature. His area of research interest covers American Literature, Indian English Language and Literature, Psychology and Sociology.
Dr. Satyawan Mane
Dr. Satyawan Mane has been working as Assistant Professor of Communication Skills at the prestigious Gharda Institute of Technology, Lavel (Khed) Dist: Ratnagiri, (MS), India. He has published several research papers and articles in national and international journals. He is known for his professional excellence in Communication Skills and keen interest in research. His research arenas are English Language and Teaching, Indian Literature and Marginal Studies.
Dr. Nitin Kolekar
Dr. Nitin Kolekar has been working as Assistant Professor at Gharda Institute of Technology, Lavel, Khed, Dist: Ratnagiri (MS), India. He has published the book entitled, Dissociative Identity Disorder in American Novels. He has published a number of research papers and articles in various national and international journals in English Language and Literature. His area of research interest covers Indian English Language and Literature, American Literature, Psychology and Sociology.