Authored By: Priyanka Bhau & Jasbir Singh
Year of Publication: 2020
|Pages: 294||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: Literary Criticism & Theory
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This compendium of scholarly and highly original research articles on new literatures is an earnest attempt towards this end, that seeks to analyse texts that come within the purview of new literatures – literatures that have risen predominantly from nation states with a past history of colonialism - that not only reveal the need to be critical of the western epistemological framework, or hegemonies of knowledge which have hitherto valorised the Orient, but also underline the need to have alternate epistemological paradigms that strive to reflect the ‘othered’ voices in their magnificent ‘aura’.
DR. SURESH FREDERICK, is an Associate Professor and UG Head in the Department of English, Bishop Heber College, Trichy, India, has 27 years of teaching experience at the college level. He is the Dean of IQAC. He has presented many papers in International and National conferences, published 114 articles in reputed books and journals and edited ten books. He holds a PhD in English from Bharathidasan University, India. He is the Vice-President of SELLTA (South Asian English Language And Literature Teachers Association), Vice-President of OSLE (Organization for Study of Literature and Environment), a Life Member of IASA (Indian Association for the Study of Australia), a Fellow of Eco-Ethics International Union (EEIU), a Member of The Andrew Marvell Society, a member of Asia TEFL and an Associate Member of the Council for Research in Values and Philosophy. He has visited many foreign countries like Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Portugal and Ireland. The areas of his specialization are Ecocriticism, Mass Communication, ELT, Australian Literature, American Literature and British Drama. He has been awarded Editor’s Choice Award for his Critical Writing by The Home of Letters (India) in 2010 and Best Research Paper award for Literature by Bishop Heber College in 2015.
Dr. Samuel Rufus started his career as Lecturer with the American College, Madurai, and later joined Madras Christian College as Assistant Professor, in the year 2003. His areas of interest are English Language Teaching, Soft Skills & Communication Skills, Postcolonial Studies, Literary Theory and Criticism.
Rufus has published six books - on Postcolonial Studies, UGC-NET Preparation for English Papers II & III, Soft Skills, Communication Skills, Canadian Literature, respectively. He is also the founder-Editor of the peer-reviewed biannual Journal Eclectic Representations, published by the Department of English, Madras Christian College, Chennai.