25 juillet 2011

Parution : India and the Diasporic Imagination

India and the Diasporic Imagination. With poems by Khal Torabully.
Rita Christian & Judith Misrahi-Barak, eds.
Coll. « Horizons anglophones », Série PoCoPages, 521 p ; 39 € : ISBN 978-2-84269-927-7, Montpellier : Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpellier 3, 2011. (http://www.pulm.fr)

Khal Torabully: Ode à Pessoa

Rita Christian & Judith Misrahi-Barak: Many Indias, Many Diasporas

Setting the Diasporic Stage:
Clem Seecharan: India’s Awakening and the Imagining of the ‘East Indian Nation’ in British Guiana
Vijay Mishra: ‘In the Arcade of Hanuman House’: Ghostly Spectres in the Diaspora
Laurel Steele: Writing Class with Mr. Khan: No Luncheon at Longchamps for the Jumbie Bird
Khal Torabully: Ode à Pessoa

Loss, Mourning and Trauma:
Savitri Ashok: Anamnesis, Amnesia, and History in The Moor’s Last Sigh
Sophie Croisy: Unveiling Everyday Traumas: Migrations in Shani Mootoo’s Cereus Blooms at Night
Catherine Pesso-miquel: Unseen Cities: Representations of the Diasporic Experience in Nadeem Aslam’s Maps for Lost Lovers
Maria-Sabina Draga Alexandru: Provincialising London in Vikram Chandra’s Novel Red Earth and Pouring Rain
Kerstin W. Shands: Hyperfabula of Gains and Losses: Immanent and Transcendent Narrative Perspectives in Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss
Khal Torabully: Voice from Future Past

To Go Home, or Not to Go Home:
Chun Fu: The (Im-)Possibility of Backtracking in M. G. Vassanji’s The In-Between World of Vikram Lall
Sabine Lauret: The Going Home Syndrome in Monica Ali’s Brick Lane
Pascal Zinck: The Return of the Natives: Infernal Paradise in Michael Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost and Romesh Gunesekera’s Heaven’s Edge
Khal Torabully: Les Indiades

From Diasporic Dis-Locations and Re-Locations to Diaspora as Thirdspace:
Louise Harrington: An-Other Space: Diasporic Responses to Partition in Bengal
Selwyn R. Cudjoe: Modes of Indian Literature in the Diaspora: Trinidad and Tobago
Simone A. James Alexander: ‘Two Bo-rat Can’t Live in the Same Hole’: Revis(ion)ing Indo-Caribbean Female subjectivity in Ramabai Espinet’s The Swinging Bridge
Myriam Moïse: Diasporic Women in Lakshmi Persaud’s Novels
Khal Torabully: Ode à Pessoa

The Visual and the Oral, the Playful and the Virtual:
Alexis Tadie: Is Cricket a fictional sport?
Florence Cabaret: Variations on Diasporic Viewpoints in The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri (2004) and Mira Nair’s Filmic Adaptation of the Novel (2007)
Binita Mehta: Bhaji, Curry, and Masala: Food and/as Identity in Four Films of the Indian Diaspora
Zeenat Saleh: Mississippi Masala : a Case Study in Forced Hybridity
Claude Chastagner: When Bhangra Meets Hip-Hop Articulating Hybridity on American Soil
Pia Mukherji: Desigirls@blogspot.com: Gender, Diaspora and Cybertexts
Khal Torabully: Voice from Future Past

Diaspora & Coolitude:
Valérie Magdelaine-Andrianjafitrimo: Ecriture ethnographique et imagination diasporique dans les romans de l’engagisme indien (La Réunion, Guadeloupe, Martinique)
Mar Garcia: La colonie pénitentiaire: exotisme et altérité dans Soupir d’Ananda Devi
Véronique Bragard: « Divali ne fut jamais plus beau de tant d’océans franchis »: coolitude et métissages dans la poésie de Khal Torabully
Khal Torabully: Voice from Future Past

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