Theory and the Transformative Humanities
Problems that face the humanities discipline today have sparked an intense debate across the globe. The theory of the transformative humanities envisions a domain of inquiry that attempts to transform cultures, individuals and society. This volume explores different theoretical perspectives and practical orientations through which to perceive, innovate and transform the world in which we live. It opens up diverse fields of thinking and research, and offers a wider perspective on how a critical-literary approach could be deployed in addressing the multidimensional and evolutionary nature of the humanities in a way that caters to the needs of the present. A compilation of scholarly essays on topics as diverse as post-millennial theory, trans-humanities, posthumanism, interdisciplinarity, psychoanalysis and film studies, the book provides an enabling platform for intellectuals, research scholars and experts in the humanities to tap into the transformative potential of the field.
Dr Kunhammad K K is currently working as an Associate Professor at the Department of Studies in English of Kannur University, India. He has 29 years of teaching experience at different universities, including Calicut University, Kannur University and Sharjah University. He is also the author of two books on English language, and has published 20 articles and book chapters.
Dr Rafseena M is currently working as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Studies in English of Kannur University, India, and has 11 years of teaching experience. She has published 14 articles and book chapters, and is the co-editor of the volume Post-Theory and the Discourses of the New: Introductory Readings (2019).
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