Authored By: Dr. Premila Swamy D. & Dr. Sanjay N. Shende
Year of Publication: 2021
|Pages: 198||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: English Literature
|Price in Rs. 560.00||Price in (USA) $. 44.8|
This book titled Subaltern Studies in Contemporary Indian English Literature presents a critical dialogue between the conceptual analytical legacies within the framework of subaltern theory and the evolving forms of hegemony and resistance in contemporary Indian literature in English. From Dalit writings to tribal musings, the essays in this volume cover a diverse range of ongoing struggle against power monopoly, marginalization and stigma that are unfolding in upcoming writers from the Indian subcontinent. The volume consisting of 20 collective essays from various researchers across academic platform analyses the diverse forms of agency to negotiate with the hegemonic power discourses that pushes one to the margins. The essays interrogate, negate and create a dialogue to foreground the various dimensions that become a part of subalternity in the contemporary Indian context. The objective of this collection of essays is to delve deep into the subaltern consciousness and voice for the underprivileged class and gender that are undermined, speechless and unnoticed in the pages of Indian history.
Dr. Premila Swamy D. is presently working as an Assistant Professor & Head in the Department of Humanities, M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore. She has 14 years of teaching experience in higher education institutes of repute. She has worked extensively on Indian English Writings and her doctoral thesis is on the contemporary writer, Manju Kapur.
Dr. Sanjay N. Shende is working as an Assistant Professor in English, Shree Shivaji Arts, Commerce & Science College, Rajura, Maharashtra. He has been actively working in the field of teaching English language and literature to UG and PG programs for twenty years. He has successfully completed his doctoral research work (Ph. D.) on the novels of Mulk Raj Anand.