Volume Four

Special Volume on Transnational and Transcultural Spaces

Guest Editor

Dr Jati Sankar Mondal, Sidho-Kanho-Birsa University <skbu.ac.in>

 

Contents of Volume IV Number i (January 2019)

Transcultural Literature, Nationalism and its Adequacy in World Literatures: Pedagogical Requirements

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Keshav Nath <[email protected]>Manipal University
North Indian Classical Music and the West: The Journey from the Realm of Multicultural to Transcultural

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Soumya Goswamy <[email protected]>Chandernagore College 
Interrogating the Representation of ‘Transculturality’ in Gurinder Chadha’s It’s a Wonderful Afterlife

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Jayati Ganguly <[email protected]>Bidhan Chandra College 
The Precarious Balance: Cultural Dilemma of Acculturation in Rohinton Mistry’s Tales from Firozsha Baag

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Rituparna Das <[email protected]>Jadavpur University 
Diversity in Hybridity: A Quest for (Re)Locating the Self in Kaushik Barua’s Windhorse

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Priyanka Chakraborty <[email protected]>Banaras Hindu University 
The Archive as a Transcultural Contact Zone in Amitav Ghosh’s The Calcutta Chromosome

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Rahul Basu <[email protected]>The University of Burdwan 
Women in Transcultural Space: A Study of Meena Alexander’s Fault Lines and Sara Suleri’s Meatless DaysDOI

Shrabanti Kundu <[email protected]>Central University of Gujarat 
Transnational Organized Crime, Islamophobia and Globalization in Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist: Contentions and Contestations

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Abhisek Ghosal <[email protected]>The University of Burdwan 
The Manifestation of Cultural Identity and Transculturation in D.H. Lawrence’s Mornings in Mexico

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Soumitra Mukherjee <[email protected]>Seacom Skills University 
Book Review
Transnational Women in India
A Review of Indian Videshinis: European Women in India
Dr Ian H. Magedera
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Review by
Swati Dasgupta <[email protected]>University of Delhi

 

Contents of Volume IV Number ii (July 2019)

 

 

Distinguished Guest Article

 

Transnationalism and Diaspora: ‘Awkward Dance Partners’?

DOIHimadri Lahiri

Professor of English, Netaji Subhas Open University

<[email protected]>

  

 

 

The Fall of an Empire, the Birth of a Nation’s Friend: The Turkish Reception of Pierre Loti

DOICan Bahadır Yüce

Butler University

<[email protected]>

 

 

The Political Reverberations of Gulf: Reading the Insistence of Arab Spring on Gulf Nationalism

DOIJithin Joseph

Central University of Tamil Nadu

<[email protected]>

 

 

Transnationalism in Diasporic Context: African Woman in Gwendolen by Buchi Emecheta

DOIDr Sujarani Mathew

K E College, Mannanam

<[email protected]>

  

 

Transculturalism and Culinary Fiesta in Adeola Osunkojo’s The Life of a Nigerian Couple

DOIStephen Ogheneruro Okpadah & Damilare Ogunmekan

University of Ilorin

<[email protected]>

 

 

Tiddaism: Negotiating Aboriginality and the Experiences of the Australian Aboriginal Woman in a Cross-Cultural Context

DOIPayel Paul

Kulti College

<[email protected]>

 

 

Negotiating ‘Space’ and ‘Belonging’:  Reconstructing Transnational Discourse of the Refugees through Graphic Narrative in Over Under Sideways Down by Karrie Fransman

DOIModhura Bandyopadhyay

Jamini Mazumder Memorial College

<[email protected]>

  

 

Travel and Travel Writing in a Globalized World: A Reading of Pico Iyer’s The Global Soul

DOISubarna Bhattacharya

Symbiosis College of Arts and Commerce

<[email protected]>

 

Testing the Boundaries of Provincialism: IPL’s Transnational Spectacles and Pure Play

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Puspa Damai

Marshall University

<[email protected]>

 

Food, Memory and Everyday Transnationalism in Chitrita Banerji’s Culinary Memoirs

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Sucharita Sarkar

D.T.S.S College of Commerce

<[email protected]>

 

 

Majma‘-ul-Baḥrain: Transcending Cultural Boundaries in the Quest for “Truth of Truths”

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Gargi Bhattacharya

Visva-Bharati

<[email protected]>

 

 

“Tipu Sultan: the most famous Indian in Paris before Gandhi and Tagore…”: A Transnational Critique of ‘Outstanding Universal Value’ in Twenty-First Century World Heritage Site Discourse using French Drama on Tipu and the Fortress of Srirangapatna from 1788 to 1949

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Ian H. Magedera

University of Liverpool

<[email protected]>

 

Interview

“Cosmopolitan Sensibility… the Best Way to Describe Me”: An Interview with Kunal Basu

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Interview by

Sanchari Mitra & Jati Sankar Mondal

Sidho Kanho Birsha University 

<[email protected]> & <ja[email protected]>

Book Review

A Review of The Strength to Say No: One Girl’s Fight against Forced Marriage

Mouhssine Ennaimi with Rekha Kalindi; New Delhi: Vikings by Penguin Books India; 2015; ISBN: 978-0-670-08854-6

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Review by

Divya. P

Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit

<[email protected]>