Name-Dr. Siddhartha Singh
Designation-Asst. Professor & Head
M.M.P.G.College, Kalakankar, pratapagarh.
D. Phil- (2008) -“The Critical Achievement of Harold Bloom” Department of English and Modern European Languages, University of Allahabad, Allahabad.
Area of interest- Literary theories and Diasporic studies
Presented 5 papers on Diasporic studies in international and national seminars and several other papers in various other seminars and conferences. Published three papers in journals, one is accepted to be published in an edited book. Book on Harold Bloom is on underway and is expected to come out within 3 months. Currently writing a monogram on Vikram Seth’s Two Lives which has to be published by Dorrance Publishing Company, Inc Pittsburgh, and editing a book on 21st century diasporic writing.
Research scholar, Department of English and Modern European Languages, University of Allahabad, Allahabad. Topic of research- “The Enigma of Identity in the Novels of M. G. Vassanji” Area of Interest- Diasporic Literature
Published two papers in journals and one is accepted to be published in an edited book. Read papers, one in national seminar and another in international conference. A book on the historical perspectives of the Indo-Canadian diasporic writers is on underway.
Dr. Siddhartha Singh
Sr. Lecturer & Head
M. M. P. G. College, Kalakankar,
Dept. of English & MUL Pratapgarh, U. P. India
University of Allahabad, Allahabad, U. P. India
The Polemics of In-Betweenness in M. G. Vassanji’s No New Land
The end of slavery in Africa created a demand of large number of laborers to satisfy the endless needs of British Empire which formulated an indenture system for Indian laborers to immigrate them to various colonies. These indentured laborers were scattered carelessly, some to build...
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