This volume offers a detailed and accessible socio-cultural and literary study of the material and symbolic life of indigenous communities and the South Asian diaspora in North America and India. The essays herein explore the manner in which contemporary indigenous and diasporic writers negotiate the ethical, political and personal affiliations of their identities and subjectivities. They initiate an intercultural dialogue which is crucial to an understanding of intercontinental relationships. Including contributions on literature, philosophy, history, language, life-writing, international relations, gender and new media, this volume focuses on both literary texts and other forms of cultural representation and, thus, revisits the ways in which diverse aspects of Indigeneity and Diaspora have been inscribed in imaginative, autobiographical and critical texts.
Himani Bannerji ? Swagata Bhattacharya ? Dheeman Bhattacharyya ? Suchorita Chattopadhyay ? Kateri Akiwenzie Damm ? Sayantan Dasgupta ? Debashree Dattaray ? Nilanjana Deb ? Jennifer Gustar ? Saikat Maitra ? Srabani Maitra ? Soma Mukherjee ? Anway Mukhopadhyay ? Sonia Sikka