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India Studies

ISSN No: 2058-2803
Series Editor(s):
Prof Antonia Navarro-Tejero
Subject: Cultural Studies

Series Description

The India Studies Series is a timely series that represents the most innovative and original work being done in the broad field defined as “India studies.” This book series will publish outstanding research on India (and its diaspora) across a wide range of disciplines including anthropology, economics, history, literature, politics, sociology and the fields of cultural studies and gender studies, which will contribute to contemporary debates about Indian history and society. It presents research monographs and high-quality edited volumes as well as textbook on topics concerning the Indian subcontinent and its diaspora.
This is the first interdisciplinary book series devoted to in-depth studies of emergent India, with its ethnically diverse population and soaring economies. The purpose of this series is to increase understanding of this complex, and dynamic country. In spite of its primary scholarly focus, the series includes work of an interdisciplinary nature so that it attracts a wide readership. Thus, books address not only to a scholarly audience, but also to those interested in this important region in the global context.






Editor(s) Biography

Antonia Navarro-Tejero, Ph.D. in English, has lived and lectured in the USA, India and Spain. She teaches English Literature at Universidad de Córdoba (Spain), where she also chairs the Permanent Seminar on India Studies. Among other awards and recognitions, she was a 2004-2005 Fulbright scholar at University of California, Berkeley. Her research interests include Transnational Gender Studies, and Postcolonial Theory and Criticism with emphasis on India and its diaspora. She is the author of the books Globalizing Dissent: Essays on Arundhati Roy (Routledge, 2009), Gender and Caste in the Anglophone-Indian Novels of Arundhati Roy and Githa Hariharan: Feminist Issues in Cross-Cultural Perspectives (The Edwin Mellen Press, 2005), Talks on Feminism: Indian Women Activists Speak for Themselves (Sarup and Sons, 2008), among other publications. She has presented papers at conferences around the world on issues of subalternity, and is currently the President of the Spanish Association for Interdisciplinary India Studies.





Series Titles

The Elusive Aryans

The question of the original home of the Aryans and their migrations to India is only part of the problem of their “elusiveness.” Their subsequent assimilation and nativization in India also contributed to this elusive quality. This socio-cultural process can be traced through a study of their gods, rituals, and philosophy. Thus ch...
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