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Saifun Nessa; Monideepa Sen and Lolita M Shangpliang

Published by Reliance, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8175101490 ISBN 13: 9788175101494

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About this Item: Reliance, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Introduction. I. Human rights conceptualization education and related issues 1. Development of the concept of human rights/Khakchang Debbarma. 2. Human rights whose rights (Reflections on certain issues)/Abhijit Choudhury. 3. Dichotomy between human rights and basic rights An overview/Susmita Das and Indrani Choudhury. 4. Human rights a theoretical perspective/Saidun Nessa. 5. The citizen subalterns paradoxes of group rights in North East India/Prasenjit Biswas. 6. The concept of human rights and custody jurisprudence/R.A. Begum. 7. Human rights the road to progress/Ayesha Ashraf Ahmed. II. Human rights minority consumer and general public 8. Human rights vis a vis consumer rights with reference to laws/Dilip K. Lahiri. 9. Promotion of human rights and the role of Human Rights Commission in the north east an appraisal of the Assam Human Rights Commission/R. Manoj Kumar. III. Human rights women and children 10. Gender perspective of human rights/Patricia Mukhim. 11. Child and the law in context to trafficking issues/Hasina Kharbhih. 12. Legalization of prostitution is a violation of the human rights of women/Manisha Khetrapal. 13. Human right of the women in India and N.E. in particular/Minati Sarma. 14. The rights of the infants in the Villages of Meghalaya/Ashit Baran Chakraborty and Saifun Neesa. 15. Atrocities on women violation of human rights a study of women of Karimgang District Assam/Mousumi Choudhury. 16. Poster presentation on inclusive and integrated education/Zeenat A. Ali. IV. Human rights and security aspects of North East India 17. Human rights and security forces in the insurgent north east/B.R. Rana. 18. Status of the internally displaced people in Assam a human rights perspective/Sumana Das. 19. Constraints and problems of internally displaced persons (IDPS) a study of the plight of the Khasi PNARS of Assam/Jemino Mawthoh. 20. Human rights vs. insurgency in North East India role of the higher judiciary/Binayak Dutta. Rights and duties are one of the primary concerns of the human civilization. These are closely connected with liberty growth development dignity responsibility and welfare of the general community. However knowledge about human rights is neither popular nor well distributed. As a result violation of human rights is so common that the purpose of the Universal declaration of human rights is defeated considerable number of times. The techno hyped societies are progressing fast but the human values are deteriorating miserably. One of the reasons is ignorance about human rights not only among the illiterate sections but also among the literate and educated ones. Besides the rest of country North East India is the best example of being a slaughter house of human rights. Atrocities on women at home and in workplace insurgency problems of drugs alcoholism among youths and adults child abuse and flesh trade extortion anti Indian mentality delay in receiving justice and growth of non humanitarian values are clear indication of violation of human rights which has seriously disturbed the peace and tranquility of the region. Attempts have been made in this book jointly by different authors to understand human rights from variety of angles. These make it a meaningful and interesting study. 194 pp. Seller Inventory # 63853

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Jaydeep Sarangi

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8176257354 ISBN 13: 9788176257350

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Shellshocks and aftershocks scars of the Holocaust problematizing identity in Elizabeth Jolley's Milk and Honey/V. Lakshmanan. 2. The other space Jack Davis No sugar/Tapati Gupta. 3. Irony as protest a reading of They Give Jacky Rights/Debi Prasad Bhattacharya. 4. The beginning of a novel is a belief that the world really needs this book Thomas Keneally's Oeuvre with special reference to The Tyrant's Novel/Somdatta Mandal. 5. It is our dreaming A Russian ethnographer meets the Australian Aborigine/Himadri Lahiri. 6. Giving voice to the voiceless The Unusual Life of Tristan Smith/Amrit Sen. 7. Australianness and beyond transcultural spaces in the poetry of Syd Harrex/Keya Majumdar. 8. Narratives of resistant marginality Patrick White and Firdaus Kanga/Niladri R. Chatterjees. 9. Beyond the pleasures of otherness Mudrooroo Narogin's politics of aboriginality/Debasish Lahiri. 10. Whiteness under dark skins/darkness under white skins Kim Scott's tryst with aboriginal identity in Benang/Indrani Datta (Chaudhuri). 11. Capture of the body or of the mind reconnecting Fraser's narrative with A Fringe of Leaves/Antara Mukherjee. 12. David Malouf's exploration of the problem of identity a reading of remembering Babylon/Sriparna Dutta. 13. Foucault Mudrooroo and the Panoptican A study of Mudrooroo's Wild Cat screaming/Sagar Dan. 14. The high lean country full of old stories Judith Wright and the birth of a nation/Partha Pratim Dasgupta. 15. The poems of Henry Lawson A Smorgasbord Soaked in smiles and tears/Binod Mishra. 16. Aboriginal Reality in Jack Davis's Barungin (Smell the wind)/Ramanuj Konar. 17. Aesthetcizing aboriginality in Jack Davis No Sugar/S. Robert Gnanamony. 18. Challenging the British inheritance the poetry of A.D. Hope and Judith Wright/Indranil Acharya. 19. Post colonial waters contextualizing river poems of Peter Porter and John Kinsella/Angshuman Kar. 20. Problematics of Home and place in Martin Flanagan's In Sunshine or in Shadow/Suranjana Bhadra. Index. Intellectual Australian interest is not a new phenomenon. Homi K. Bhabha declares in Nation and Narration that The Nations of Europe and Asia meet in Australia. It happens to be a seemingly simple statement for an immensely varied geographical cultural linguistic and literary space. A settler colony is a space to reconcile indigenous and settler population. Australia is essentially a multicultural and multiethnic country. It is suggested that Australia created its own literature from a combination of the British American and native sources. In this fast changing political social and cultural milieu of our times everything has undergone a sea change. Inter disciplinary and transcultural studies are made so that men understand one another in a better way. Everything is perpetually in process of cohesion and dissolution. This special anthology of critical essays we believe will play a vital role in transmitting knowledge to the readers about higher areas of learning. 188 pp. Seller Inventory # 65036

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Somdatta Mandal and Himadri Lahiri

Published by Prestige Books, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 817551163X ISBN 13: 9788175511637

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About this Item: Prestige Books, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction/Somdatta Mandal and Himadri Lahiri. I. Theoretical Paradigms 1. Eat Me America some aspects of Indian writing in America/Mohan Ramanan. 2. Political realities and the colors of imagination/Jasbir Jain. 3. Traveling with walls the South Asian intellectual in the United States/Manju Jaidka. 4. The text as narrative reading ideology/Sukalpa Bhattacharjee. 5. Crossing borders in search of Aesthetics/Himadri Lahiri. II. Chinese American Voices 6. Racist stereotyping and contemporary Chinese American literature/Gulshan Rai Kataria. 7. American circumstances and Chinese character narrative strategies in Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club/Gonul Pultar. III. African American Voices 8. African American drama's journey towards the centrestage/Jap Preet Kaur Bhangu. 9. Ballad of a dream deferred blackness and bleakness in the poetry of Langston Hughes/Mina Surjeet Singh. 10. Folk creativity as a subversive gesture in Zora Neal Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God/Punam Gupta. 11. Racism and the literature of protest in Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man/R.G. Kulkarni. IV. Indian American Voices 12. A Forest On Fire the literary imagination of Meena Alexander/E. Nageswara Rao. 13. Questing otherness along the fault lines/Nila Das. 14. Straddling two worlds diasporic dislocation in Vijay Lakshmi's Pomegranate Dreams/Anil Raina. 15. Stuck In Dead Space the sense and sensibility of the Indian American in Bharati Mukherjee's short stories/Anu Celly. 16. Tightrope Walk Relationships in multicultural space/Ila Rathor. 17. Cultural displacement in the stories of Anjana Appachana and Shauna Singh Baldwin/Alka Saxena. 18. Strictly male voice a study of Prem Chopra's Salaam New York/Eami Mathew. V. Other Voices 19. The Ignored Americans Speak critiquing native American female voices/Mukul Sengupta. 20. Robin White's works a reverse navigation/I.H Shihan. 21. Past the Shadow and the Silence Interpreting Arab American women's poetry/Indrani Datta Chaudhuri. 22. Self and the Southern Heritage a reappraisal of the short fiction of Katherine Anne Porter and Eudora Welty/Pratibha Nagpal. VI. Intercultural Studies 23. Ethnic tribulations in Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man and William Styron's Sophie's Choice/K.B. Razdan. 24. Ideology and attitude towards nature a comparative study of Claude McKay and Bharathidasan/S.S. Kumar. 25. Politics of Complexity mapping the space of multiethnic Herstories/Deepshikha Kotwal. 26. Within and without Margins cross cultural spaces in Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye and Kingston's The Woman Warrior/Shukla Saha. VII. The Performing Arts 27. The South Asian Diaspora vis a vis the Ubiquitous Bhangra/Somdatta Mandal. 28. From the margin to the mainstream analyzing Manoj Night Shyamalan's The Sixth Sense/Manpreet Kaur Kang. VIII. American Studies and Its Future 29. MELUS Where Shall We Go From Here/Mohan Ramanan. In the present day multicultural world the issue of identifying an individual's space becomes a topic of significant concern particularly for an immigrant writer who is already burdened with issues of immigration acculturation and identity politics. The present anthology brings together selected papers from the 2003 MELUS India National Conference on South Asians in the United States The Diasporic Experience and the 2004 International Conference on Scene Space Scenario Contexts of multi Ethnic literatures in the Americas. Among the many contributors are Jasbir Jain Manju Jaidka E. Nageswara Rao Mohan Ramanan I.H Shihan and Gonul Pultar. The essays deal with a wide variety of themes and have been classified under several sub headings Theoretical Paradigms Indian American Chinese American African American Voices Intercultural Studies the Performing Arts and so on. The volume purports to make a rich contribution to the areas of Asian American studies ethnic studies immigrant literature and comparative studies. 312 pp. Seller Inventory # 61192

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