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


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