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    READING THE MARGINS

    Dr.Provakar Palaka

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ISBN: 978-81-934856-6-8

Reading The Margins | History, Culture & Literature

by: Dr.Provakar Palaka

Reading the Margins is a compilation of scholarly articles attempting to engage the academia several questions like what is a margin? Or what is marginality? Who are the margins? Or who are in the margins? How has the center tried to subvert the history, culture and literature of the Margins? And how the margins are forging towards the center and carving out a space for themselves, a space for history, culture and literature of their own.
This book highlights various kinds of marginal groups: the Blacks, the aboriginals, Dalits, Tribes, religious minorities, sexual minorities, and disability. Discourses built on these issues, surely this book is an attempt to create a society with equality, truth and justice

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Dr.Provakar Palaka teaches English in Swami Shraddhanand College, University of Delhi. He has done all of his higher education, including Ph.D, from Center for English Studies (CES), Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. His areas of interest include: Dalit literature, Odia Dalit literature, Odia literature, Indian literature, Post-colonial literature, Cultural studies, Autobiography, Dalit Autobiography, etc. His book titled, Politics of Writing: A Study of Dalits in Odia Literature was published by Authorspress in 2015. He has several research articles published in reputed research journals. He has organized both national and International seminars on the issue of marginality. He has also participated and presented papers in various national and international seminars including presenting a paper in Oxford University in 2018.

Dr. Provakar Palaka is also a creative writer. Some of his creative writings have been accepted for an OUP (Oxford University Press) book project, titled Dalit Writings from Eastern Regions, which is under process.

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Reading the Margins is a compilation of scholarly articles attempting to engage the academia several questions like what is a margin? Or what is marginality? Who are the margins? Or who are in the margins? How has the center tried to subvert the history, culture and literature of the Margins? And how the margins are forging towards the center and carving out a space for themselves, a space for history, culture and literature of their own.
This book highlights various kinds of marginal groups: the Blacks, the aboriginals, Dalits, Tribes, religious minorities, sexual minorities, and disability. Discourses built on these issues, surely this book is an attempt to create a society with equality, truth and justice

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ISBN: 978-81-934856-6-8
SKU: PP01
Publisher: Peoples Literature Publication
Publish Date: 2020
Page Count: 281