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March 3, 2011
Time:3:30-5 p.m.
Description:
Literary politics of the Anglophone is talk topic
The South Asia Seminar Series presents Priyamvada Gopal, "The Other's Tongue: Separateness, Hybridity, and the Literary Politics of the Anglophone." This seminar series explores the changing social contexts in South Asia and the world that affect reading publics and their relationship to new trends in South Asian writing in many languages.

Gopal's research interests include colonial and postcolonial literatures in English; fiction and poetry in Hindi/Urdu; Asian American and British Asian literatures; the novel; translation; postcolonial theory; gender and feminism; empire, politics and culture; Marxism and critical theory; the politics and cultures of globalization; diasporas and immigrant cultures.
Location:Hogg Building (WCH) 4.118
URL:More about this event...
Contact:Don Arntz
Sponsor:South Asia Institute
Admission:Free and open to the public
Categories:Everyone, Lecture/talk, Lifestyle & Community, Politics & International, Seminar
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