Proma Tagore examines the creative acts of witness, remembrance, and resistance in writing by women of colour from a postcolonial feminist perspective.
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Proma Tagore is a poet, activist, educator, and editor of In Our Own Voices: Learning and Teaching Toward Decolonisation. She lives in Vancouver, BC, Coast Salish territories.Review:
"Informative, with solid scholarship and methodology ... of obvious interest to scholars in a variety of disciplines but also to general readers who might find themselves outside the mainstream due to ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, gender, or class." Maureen Shea, Tulane University
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