Authored By: Devendra Kumar Gora
Year of Publication: 2019
|Pages: 240||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
|Price in Rs. 696.50||Price in (USA) $. 55.72|
The literature of marginalised is extremely concerned with power and identity. Power, Subjugation and Identity: Tracing the Marginalised explores the sorrow and pain of marginalised sections in the contemporary world. The edited book based on the scholarly contribution of chapters received from recognized academicians and research scholars in the concerned field. The binary of center and periphery is relevant in the contemporary society. The domination of particular section is practiced across the globe. The marginalized section faces myriad hindrance to be treated equally. The book not just tries to endow the oppressed and unheard voice yet will be the voice of the minimized, who had been overwhelmed, misused, oppressed, stifled and even now are in a manner or other the casualty of the contemporary conditions made by the people in power. The book fuse very much inquired about parts which are recognized the writings through the focal points of ‘marginality’.
Dr. Devendra Kumar Gora is an Assistant Professor of English at Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women’s University, Jaipur. He is teaching graduation and post-graduation students, and supervising PHD research scholars as well. He obtained Ph.D. degree from Central University of Punjab from the Department of Languages and Comparative Literature. His areas of interest include Subaltern Literature, Dalit Literature, Tribal Study, Ecocriticism, Human Rights, and Comparative studies. He has presented a number of papers in national and international conferences in India and abroad. He is also member of reviewer board of journal. He is concerned with the issues related to the LEGH Movement (Literature, Environment, Gender and Human Rights). He is Executive Council Members (ECM) of FSLE-India for its Rajasthan region.