Dwivedi Om Prakash

Tracing the New Indian Diaspora

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    Edité par Dwivedi Om Prakash
    Editeur Rodopi - Brill
    Distributeur Association de Boccard

    Wideranging and scholarly. Dwivedi’s edited collection on routes and representations of the Indian diaspora is a vital contribution to the growing critical discourse on this subject. — Professor Janet Wilson, Northampton University, UK Tracing the New Indian Diaspora is a significant contribution to the understanding of the positions and representations of the Indian diaspora, forcing us to re-examine our notions of location and dislocation, of home and the world, of belonging and alienation: in short, of the politics of the diaspora today. — Professor GJV Prasad, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India The growing importance of the Indian diaspora is felt today across the globe due to its emergence as the second-largest diasporic community. By examining historical, socio-cultural, economic, political, and literary aspects of the Indian diaspora, this volume sets out to trace the latest developments in the field of Indian diaspora studies. It brings together essays by Indian and foreign scholars, thus providing an authoritative platform for discussions in which identities and affiliations are contested and constituted through the hierarchies of cross-cultural migration in this increasingly globalized world. This volume traces the transnational network of the Indian diaspora, and will prove of interest to scholars working in the fields of the Indian diaspora, diaspora theory, and cultural studies. Countries covered include Mauritius, Fiji, Singapore, Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, the UK, Ireland, the USA, Canada, Malaya, South Africa, and New Zealand. Creative writers discussed include Ramabai Espinet, Vikram Chandra, Rohinton Mistry, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, Nisha Ganatra, Jhumpa Lahiri, Kavery Nambisan, and Sarita Mandanna, along with the work of filmmakers (Mira Nair, Yash Chopra, Kabir Khan, Shuchi Kothari, Mandrika Rupa, Karan Johar, Sugu Pillay, Mallika Krishnamurthy, and Nisha Ganatra).

    Acknowledgements Om Prakash Dwivedi: Introducing the New Indian Diaspora Tracing the Indian Diaspora Pierre Gottschlich: The Political PIO: Thoughts on the Political Impact of the Indian Diaspora Brij Maharaj: Hambakhaya! Hambauyee Bombay! (Go Home! Go to Bombay!) – Challenges Facing South African Indians in the Post-Apartheid Era Amarji T Kaur: Indians in Malaysia, 1900–2010: Different Migration Streams, One Diaspora Louise Harrington: The New Irish? Indian Diasporas in Ireland Anjali Sahay: Giving Back to India: Investment Opportunities and Challenges Meena Dhanda: Certain Allegiances, Uncertain Identities: The Fraught Struggles of Dalits in Britain Wardlow Friesen: The Indian Diaspora in New Zealand: Identities and Cultural Representations Sunil Bhatia: Finding Refuge in Culture: Race, Place, and Immigrant Identity in the Indian Diaspora Brij V. Lal: In Search of the ‘Children of the Wind’: A Journey to Chattisgarh Literary Representations of the Indian Diaspora Chitra Sankaran: The Ecology of Disaster: A Reading of Divakaruni’s One Amazing Thing Lisa Lau: Representations Juxtaposed: A Home Author and a Diasporic Author Depict Coorg Mari A Ridda: Love and Longing for Mumbai: Vikram Chandra’s Fiction and Bollywood Cinema Judith Misrahi–Barak: Rifts and Riffs, Roots and Routes: Ramabai Espinet’s The Swinging Bridge Uma Jayaraman: Boundary-Marking in the Diaspora: An Analysis of Women Characters in Rohinton Mistry’s Family Matters Pranav Jani: A Home of One’s Own: Gender, Family, and Nation in Indian-American Literature and Film Notes on Contributors

    Om Prakash Dwivedi is Assistant Professor in English at Taiz University, Yemen. His recent publications include The Other India: Narratives of Terror, Communalism and Violence (2012), Postcolonial Theory in the Global Age (co-ed. with Martin Kich, 2013), and a collection of short stories, The World to Come (2014).

    Livre Broché
    Date de parution 2014-01-01
    Nbr Pages Arabes 304
    Collection Cross/Cultures - Readings in the Post/Colonial Literatures in English
    ISBN 13 978-90-420-3888-2
    Type Nom