The Journal of Contemporary Thought
Summer Issue - 20




Rethinking the Global South

- Mukoma Wa Ngugi


From Indian Literature to World Literature

A Conversation with Satya P. Mohanty

- Rashmi Dube Bhatnagtar & Rajender kaur


Critical Responses


    Asia in My Life

   Ngugi wa Thiong'o


    The Global South and Cultural Struggles: On the

    Afro-Asian People's Solidarity Organization

   Duncan McEachern Yoon


    The Fault Lines of Hindi and Urdu

   Sanjay Kumar


    Is there an Indian Way of Thinking about

    Comparative Literature?

   E.V. Ramakrishnan


    Varieties of Cultural Chauvinism and the Relevance

    of Comparative Studies

   Tilottoma Misra


    Modernity and Public Sphere in Vernacular

   Purushottam Agrawal


    Reframing Colonialism and Modernity:

    An Endeavour through Sociology and Literature

   Gurminder K. Bhambra


    Literature to Combat Cultural Chauvinism: A Response

   Shivani Jha


    West Indian Writers and Cultural Chauvinism

   Jerome Teelucksingh


    Oral Knowledge in Berber Women's Expressions of the Sacred

   Fatima Sadiqi


    The Diseased Body, Law and The Paradox of Citizenship

   Dilip K. Das


    Enlightenment Modernity: Aporias and Redemption

   Omendra Kumar Singh


    Trauma, Rememoration and South Asia

   Nuzhat Amin


    Nationalism and 'the Other':

    News Framing of an India Pakistan Cricket Match

   Nikhil Moro


    Aesthetic Politics: Models of Reading,

    Models of Citizenship

   Elise Takehana


    Book Review

   M.T. Ansari


   Notes on Contributors