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Series: Gender and Globalization. Published by: Syracuse University Press. The book tells of how these women forge solidarities with women from different, castes, classes, and religions through their poetry. eISBN: 978-0-8156-5059-1.

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General Poetry Books. Bodies That Remember : Women's Indigenous Knowledge and Cosmopolitanism in South Asian Poetry. Anantharam follows the authors Mahadevi Varma, Kishwar Naheed, Fahmida Riaz and Gagen Gill and their works, as both countries undergo profound political and social transformations. Bodies that remember. Gender and Globalization. Syracuse University Press.

University of Florida. Room 203, Ustler Hall. PhD, South and Southeast Asian Studies with a Designated Emphasis in Women, Gender, and Sexuality (December 2003).

Bodies That Remember: Women's Indigenous Knowledge and Cosmopolitanism in South Asian Poetry. This article analyzes the politics of feminist publishing as reflected in the women's journal Manushi, and aims to highlight some of the complexities of writing about gender and culture i. More).

Anita Anantharam is an assistant professor in the Center for Women’s .

She holds a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley; an MA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison; and a BA from Columbia University.

The book tells of how these women forge solidarities with women from different, castes, classes, and religions through their poetry.

Anantharam follows the authors and their works, as both countries undergo profound political and social transformations.

Series Statement: Gender and globalization. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-230) and index. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

Anantharam, Anita South Asian poetry Women and literature Women in literature Criticism, interpretation, etc sähkökirjat. Bodies That Remember explores the lives and works of four of the most recognized Hindu and Urdu female poets of the twentieth century

Anantharam, Anita South Asian poetry Women and literature Women in literature Criticism, interpretation, etc sähkökirjat. Bodies That Remember explores the lives and works of four of the most recognized Hindu and Urdu female poets of the twentieth century. In contrast to much of the South Asian literary criticism and postcolonial theory that concentrates on the Indo-English novel, Anantharam highlights the poetry of these vernacular writers, connecting their critical voices with nationalist and religious revitalization movements in India and Pakistan.

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Bodies That Remember explores the lives and works of four of the most recognized Hindu and Urdu female poets of the twentieth century. In contrast to much of the South Asian literary criticism and postcolonial theory that concentrates on the Indo–English novel, Anantharam highlights the poetry of these vernacular writers, connecting their critical voices with nationalist and religious revitalization movements in India and Pakistan. Focusing on Mahadevi Varma, Kishwar Naheed, Fahmida Riaz, and Gagan Gill, Bodies That Remember offers a powerful meditation on the alternative linguistic traditions found in the writings of these four poets, two from India and two from Pakistan. In doing so, the book illustrates the ways in which poetry locates the places where urban cosmopolitanism meets indigenous knowledge and produces a new understanding of identity, one that crosses traditional boundaries of caste, class, and religion. Going beyond an analysis of women’s creative expression in the Hindu and Urdu languages, Anantharam deftly traces the intersecting veins of nationalism, literary tradition, and religion as she details the complexity of gendered identity in modern South Asia.

Bodies That Remember: Women's Indigenous Knowledge and Cosmopolitanism in South Asian Poetry (Gender and Globalization) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0815632634

ISBN: 0815632630

Author: Anita Anantharam

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: History & Criticism

Language: English

Publisher: Syracuse University Press (January 30, 2012)

Pages: 252 pages

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