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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Border, Globalization and Identity
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'This collection investigates the complex and myriad relations between identity and borders in an increasingly globalized world. The movement towards a borderless world, bolstered by an unprecedented development in information and communication technology, forces us to rethink traditional notions of singular identity, and directs us towards the need for engaging and negotiating with the world in multiple ways. Employing a wide range of critical approaches to works that examine and explore the contested terrain of globalization and the hotly disputed arena of borders, the essays brought together here offer innovative perspectives through which issues of borders, globalization and identity can be negotiated. Straddling various genres, this collection represents an investigation of the conflicting relationship between identity and borders in the contemporary globalized world.' (Publication summary)


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* Contents derived from the Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland,
United Kingdom (UK),
Western Europe, Europe,
Cambridge Scholars Press , 2018 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
'All One Race' : The Confluence of the Australian Aboriginal Poems of Oodgeroo Noonuccal and Indian Dalit Poems of Manohar Mouli Biswas, Utpal Rakshit , single work criticism

'Utpal Rakshit explores the sufferings of both peoples, investigating forms of resistance, ideological suppression, and construction of identity in the face of a dominant ideology. Rakshit compares the poetry of the Australian Aboriginal poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal and the Indian Dalit poet Manohar Mouli Biswas.' (Introduction)

(p. 188-202)

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