Authored By: Bijender Singh
Year of Publication: 2015
|Pages: 200||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: English Literature
|Price in Rs. 630.00||Price in (USA) $. 50.4|
Critical Essays On Indian Diaspora is A Collection Of Twenty-seven Well-crafted Scholarly Articles, Contributed By Great Academicians And Erudite Scholars. They Ostensibly Focus On The Themes Of Immigration, Relocation, Nostalgia, Cultural-clash, Identity, Alienation And Other Diasporic Issues. The Advent Of Twenty First Century And The Great Influence Of Globalization Have Brought In An Upheaval Change In The Attitudes Of The Indian Diasporic Writers. This Change Has Resulted In Their Enriching And Expanding The Horizon Of Indian Fiction Through The Realistic Portrayal Of Diasporic Subjects As Well As Their Compromises On An Alien Land. Through This Book, An Attempt Has Been Made Not Only To Probe Into The New Explorations Of Diasporic Writings But Also To Analyze Those Works From Several Critical Perspectives. Thus, The Book Is Unique In Itself That Purports To Rethink The Mind And Body Dichotomy In Some Select Indian Diasporic Fictions. Our Learned Contributors In This Anthology Are Dr. Sohel Aziz, Dr. Sony Jalarajan Raj And Dr. Soumya Jose, Dr. Anil K. Aneja, Dr. Veena Singh, Dr. Anand Kumar, Dr. Sumitra Singh, Dr. Smita Shukla, Dr. Bhasha Shukla Sharma, Vinod Kumar Vaishya, Chowdhury Omar Sharif, Imrul Kayes Alam Sarkar, Md. Nazme Furkanul Hoque, Ram Avadh Prajapati , Amrapali Bose, Dwaipayan Mitra, Parshant Kumar, M. Krishnaraj, Ramanuj Mahato, Jyoti Arora, Bijender Singh, Dr. Prachi Priyanka, Dr. Itishri Sarangi, Dr. Juhi Upmanyu, J. Murugan, Dr. Anil K. Taneja And Dr. Himanginee Kaushik.
Bijender Singh is A Lecturer (English) In Govt. Sr. Sec. School, Hatt, (Jind), Haryana. He Has Done M.A. And M. Phil And He Has Qualified UGC-NET, SET And HTET For Lectureship. He Has Done Sanskrit Honours (Shastri), Art & Crafts Teacher Course And Multi-Purpose Health Worker (Male) Course. He Has Written Essays, Short-stories And A Number Of Hindi Poems. His Published Books Are Late Night Poetry, Confusing Poetry, Love: A Sweet Poison, Gender Discourse In Indian Writings In English, Indian Writing In English: Critical Insights, Indian Dalit Literature: Critical Ruminations and Critical Essays On Indian Diaspora. He Has Published 27 Articles In Many Peer-reviewed National Journals, International Journals, Seminar/conference Proceedings And Edited Anthologies. He Is The Editor Of ‘The Expression: An International Bi-monthly Refereed Multidisciplinary E-Journal’.