By Aparajita De,Hasan al Zayed,Lopamudra Basu,Chandrima Chakraborty,Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt,John Hutnyk,Nitasha Sharma,Stanley Thangaraj,Sarah Wahab
This booklet offers a multifaceted account of South Asian racialization and belonging through drawing from disciplines around the humanities and the social sciences. the students incorporated the following hire tools of ethnographic reports in addition to literary, tradition, movie, and feminist research to check quite a lot of South Asian cultural websites: novels, brief tales, cultural texts, documentaries, and activities. the wealthy highbrow, theoretical, methodological, and narrative tapestry of South Asians that emerges from this inquiry allows us to track new styles of South Asian cultural intake post-9/11 in addition to extend notions and histories of “terror.” This quantity makes an immense contribution to renewing scholarship within the key components of representations of race, exertions, diaspora, type, and tradition whereas implicating that there has to be a simultaneous and significant discussion at the scope and reconnections inside postcolonial studies.
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South Asian Racialization and Belonging after 9/11: Masks of Threat by Aparajita De,Hasan al Zayed,Lopamudra Basu,Chandrima Chakraborty,Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt,John Hutnyk,Nitasha Sharma,Stanley Thangaraj,Sarah Wahab