Literature facing the challenges of racial divides, re-imagining justice

 

  1. Azza Heikal – A Comparative Study of the Narrative Place Representation in Naguib Mahfouz’s Murmurs over the Nile and Taha Hussein’s Diaries
  2. Jayshree Singh - Consciousness for Justice and Question of Racial Perception: A Critical Study in Multicultural Identities Context
  3. Negar Basiri - The Cosmopolitan Space as Break, Vulnerability, and Anonymity
  4. Seogkwang Peter Lee - A fabled reading of a Korean story: The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly, South Korea
  5. Siddiqua Fatima - Matsyagandhi – The Tribal  Fisherfolk’s Plight In The Face Of Development And Globalisation, India
  6. YAN NING - An Analysis of Jewish Female Characters as the Other in Philip Roth’s Fiction, China
  7. Somparna Bose - Toni Morrison’s “Recitatif” as a Narrative of Participatory Culture: Presenting Transracial identity to Overcome the Racial Presuppositions