Authored By: S. Mohamed Mumtaj Begam & Shiv Kumar
Year of Publication: 2020
|Pages: 258||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: Literary Criticism & Theory
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The discourse of the marginal can be seen as one response to widespread political violence done during the past and as an effect of radical upheavals and ideological destabilizations. The persistence, expansion and re-articulation of this discourse have been connected with the ongoing performance of the cultural and political critique from feminist, African American, Third World, Gay, Lesbian and other positions of self-identified as marginal. Nowadays marginality has become a universal phenomenon. To be on the margin is to be part of the whole but outside of the main body. The voices of the marginalized and the oppressed are lacking in canonical literature and it is high time their voices are heard and recognized. The articles in the book are empirical and theoretical and examine particular issues in the research process and how such research can contribute to issues of inclusion and social justice.
From the “Foreword” by Dr. W. V. Balaji, Principal
Avvaiyar Govt. College for Women, Karaikal
Dr. Shiv Kumar has completed B.A (Hons.) and M.A English from University of Delhi. He worked on Ageing for his M.Phil. from Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi and received his doctorate degree from Jamia Millia Islamia on Dalit Autobiographies. He has presented papers in national and international seminar and published on the issue of Dalit. He also has a teaching experience of 8 years in University of Delhi, Ambedkar University of Delhi and Jamia Millia Islamia.
Dr. S. Mohamed Mumtaj Begam is currently the Head, Department of English, Avvaiyar Govt. College for Women, Karaikal, Puducherry. She has more than 26 years of teaching and her specialization includes American Drama, Post-Colonial Writings and Feminist Writings. She has participated in National and International conferences and has published nationally.