024 - Transnationalism and the Languages / Literatures of Global South and South Asian Perspectives


    War Ballads in Scottish and Rajasthani Bardic Poetry: Heroic Poetry in a Trans-national Context
  2. Abhinaba Chatterjee
    Identity Formation of the Global South through the South Asian Diasporic Fiction
  3. Anil Aaniket
    Tracing the Roots of Modern Indian Nation as depicted in different Literary Sources of India
  4. Anwesha Ganguly
    The isolationism accompanying local migration and its effect on artistic potential: a case study of Jibananda Das' poetry in British-occupied Bengal
  5. Asha Sundaram S.Asha
    Broken Dreams in a Dimension of Displacement: Mediating Memory in Bhisam Sahni’s Tamas,Intizar Hussain’s Basti and Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West
  6. Bandana Chakrabarty
    Voices of Cultural  Resistance : Gauhar Jaan and Iqbal Bano
  7. Chandra Mohan
    Transnational Recognition of the Indigenous Culture and Literature in a Global Society (South Asia and Beyond)
    A Tale of Loss and Belongingness: Migration, Identity and Womanhood in Qurratulain Hyder’s Sita Betrayed
  9. Didier Coste
    Local South and the Curse of Origin
  10. Ramakrishnan
    After-lives: The Transnational and the Local in the Fiction of Abdulrazak Gurnah and M.Mukundan
  11. Garima Gupta
    Transnational Digital Ecology as Space for Resistance: A Case Study of Rohingya Refugees of Southeast Asia
  12. Gazala Gayas
    A Comparative study of Postcolonial concerns in Chinua Achebe’s   Novel Things Fall Apart and Akhtar Mohi-u-dins  Novel        Zath Butrath (The Earth and its  Origin)in the context of Global South  and South Asian Perspective
  13. Gouri Parvathy V
    Translation and Transnationalism: A study of memory, migration and spirit translation
  14. Jaden Yun
    Late Colonial Rhetoric in French Indochina: Popular Literature, Anthropological Science, and the Discourse of Political Justification
  15. Kankana Chatterjee
    ‘Phir bhi dil hai hindustani’: Reconfiguring the home in the age of transnationalism
  16. Krishna Gopal Sharma
    Spiritual Insights in Sanskrit Scriptures and Sufi Persian Writings: A Comparative Study of Perceptions and Impact on South Asia
  17. Maria Bhuiyan
    Transnationalism in the Migrant Characters of Bangladeshi Origin
  18. Mashrur Shahid Hossain
    Caucasian Literatures Meet South Asian Literatures: Exploring the “Indian Caucasus”
  19. Mehjabeen Neshat Anjum
    Contextualizing the formation of South Asian Diaspora Visa-Vis the Novels: Sea of Poppies by Amitav Ghosh and A House for Mr. Biswas by V.S.Naipaul
  20. Monika Sethi Chaddha
    Tracing Cultural Syncretism in Fred Wah’s Diamond Grill and Sky Lee’s Disappearing Moon Café
  21. Neeraj Kumar
    Exploration of Womanhood and the Assertion of Self : A Comparative Study of Meghna Pant's One and a Half Wife and Bapsi Sidhwa's The Pakistani Bride
  22. Rensa Vats
    What do you see and hear from down below: Mapping the cultural and literary history of the Subaltern within India
  23. Roshi Jolly Sethi
    Trans-national Approaches in the fictional narratives of Ellen Glasgow and Margret Laurence in the context of South American perspective
  24. Sadaf Shah
    Culture, Power and Resistance: A Study of Female Genital Mutilation in Fauziya Kassindja’s Do They Hear You When You Cry?
  25. Shyma P
    Ambedkar in/on Films and Possibilities of Reconstituting the Cinematic
  26. Soma Mukherjee
    Travel Narratives of Bangla Literature: A Comparative Literary Analysis
  27. Sonia Irum & Munazza Yaqub (Not Mentioned)
    “Nowhere was there anything green”: Woman’s Perception of Land Disaster in Sea of Poppies
  28. Suddhadeep Mukherjee
    In Quest of a Feminist Comparative Methodology for Interrogating Transnationalism: Problematizing the “Women’s Question” in the Travel Narratives of Krishnabhavini Das and Nabaneeta Dev Sen
    Baba Ramdev Pir's Philosophy and its transnational Appeal : A comparative study of Rajasthani and Sufi Literature
  30. Tapati Mukherjee
    Focusing Cultural Affinity among South Asian Cultures cutting across Geo-Spatial Barrier: Rabindranath Tagore and his Multidimensional Creativity
  31. Urmil Talwar
    Transnationalism and Global Cultural Dynamics in Brick Lane and Exit West
  32. Urwashi Kumari
    Delineation of Inner Spaces and Angst within Amrita Pritam’s Pinjar and Bapsi Sidhwa’s Ice- Candy Man: A Comparative Stance
  33. Vandana Sharma
    Appropriating Feminist Paradigms in Transnational Configurations:A Comparative Study of Bharti Mukherjee’s Jasmine and Chimamnda Nigozi Adichie’s Americanah
  34. Sachida Nand Jha
    Situating Sita: Mapping Mithila in South Asian Literatures
  35. S.P. Shukla
    Cultural and Social impact of Epic Narrative:A Study in Comparison of Valmiki’s Ramayana and Homer’s Illiad
  36. Mohar Daschaudhuri
    Exile and the Fantastic in the Novels of Ananda Devi

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The Project was supported by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia (SRNSFG) [grant number MG-ISE-22-170]