The Journal of Contemporary Thought
Summer  Issue - 1999
Special Number on Post-colonialism
and the Discourse of Marginality

Contents:

In Memoriam
- Robert M. Crunden
( 1940 - 1999 )

Home(s) Abroad : Diasporic Identities in Third Spaces
-
Sura P. Rath

Joking with the Center : Naipaul's Ambiguous Treatment
of Trinidadian English in The Mystic Masseur
-
Aaron Eastley

The Individual Immigrant in Timothy Mo's Sour Sweet
-
Anthony Mills

Fictions of Nationalhood in Amitav Ghosh's The Shadow Lines
-
Neelam Srivastava

Postecolonial Theory : A New Ontopology and
Radical Politics
-
Pramod K. Nayar

Colonial Ambivalence : Govardhanram
in 19th Centuary Gujarat
-
Pratishtha Pandya

"Crying from the Wilderness" : Religious Margins and the
Emerging Woman's Voice in Early American Literature
-
Ronna Privett

Some Similarities Between Postcolonial Discourse and
Criticism of Children's Literature
-
D. R. Pattanaik

:Of Uncritical Largess" : Redefining the Postcolonial
-
Rohini Mokashi-Punekar

Writing the Community : Sindhi Literature
as Minority Discourse
-
Gita Viswanath

Playing Patients : The Medico-Moral Context
of The Heavenly Twins
-
Claudia Nelson

Book Reviews
-
Dilip Das

Conference Notes
-
Gita Viswanath