Subjected Subcontinent published

This book offers a new, complex understanding of Indian writing in English by focusing its analysis on both Indo-Pakistani Partition fiction and novels written by women. The author gives a comprehensive outline of Partition novels in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh written in English as well as an overview of the challenges of studying Partition literature, … Continue reading

New publication: 2014 Yearbook of the Goethe Society of India

Comparative literary studies faces new challenges today in a world marked by the migration of people, languages, ideas and texts across diverse and increasingly porous borders. The field is restricted by conventional notions of comparativism born in the era of nationalism and colonialism. However, scholars are now provoked to rethink these notions as a result … Continue reading

The Literary Thing by Rosinka Chaudhuri

The imponderable value of the literary to critical discourse is given pre-eminence in this study of cultural turning points in the history of Bengali literature, so that we might investigate the place of the aesthetic in the composition of a literary culture without denuding it of its significance and aura or, for that matter, its … Continue reading

AMIT CHAUDHURI ON CALCUTTA

Amit Chaudhuri, author of On Tagore, writes about Calcutta, Tagore’s own home city, in The Guardian: click here to read the article.

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