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Title : Writing Gender Writing Self: Memory, Memoir and Autobiography
Author : Aparna Lanjewar Bose (Ed.)
Edition : HardBack
ISBN : 9789390035076
Pages : 364
Year of Pub : 2020
Price : Rs 1,795.00
   
 
 
"Life Writings/Narratives and studies in gender have been posing critical challenges to fetishizing the manner of canon formations and curriculum propriety. This book engages with these and other challenges turning
our customary gaze towards women especially marginal, enabling us
to interrogate the established pedagogical practices that accentuates
the continuing denial of their agency. Reproduction of the cultural modes
of narrativization based on memory and experience becomes a mode of reclaiming the agency. These challenge the homogenising singularity of communitarian notions besides dominant gender constructs using visual, textual, popular, historical, cultural and gender modes enabling one to rethink our received theoretical frameworks.
This edited volume brings together 21 essays on life writings produced by both well-established and emerging writers in the field of literature written by scholars from countries like India, Pakistan, China, USA, Iran, Yemen and Australia, to name just a few. Many of the essays in this book focus on how the progress of the self is often impeded by the society it finds itself in. With an enlightening foreword by Dr. E.V. Ramakrishnan and a detailed, critical introduction by Aparna Lanjewar Bose, this anthology is useful for all those who wish to learn more about this genre of writing. "
About the Author
"Aparna Lanjewar Bose is a writer, poet, critic and translator. She is the author of 2 volumes of poetry In the Days of Cages and Kuch Yu Bhi. She has published a collection of poetry translations from Marathi to English titled Red Slogans on the Green Grass and has edited a collection of Marathi poems and short stories titled Wadal Uthnar Aahey and Pakshin Ani Chakravyuh respectively.
Professionally, she has taught at University of Nagpur and at the Post Graduate teaching Department of English, University of Mumbai for more than one and a half decade. She currently teaches at The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. "

 

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