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14 p, 171.1 KB Routes Beyond Roots : Alternative Ecological Histories in Amitav Ghosh's Sea of Poppies / Draga Alexandru, Maria-Sabina (Universitatea din Bucuresti)
This article will read Amitav Ghosh's novel Sea of Poppies as an account of "world histories from below" (Antoinette Burton, 2012) and position the writing of alternative histories of the colonial times within an ecocritical context. [...]
Este artículo leerá la novela de Amitav Ghosh Mar de amapolas como un relato de "historias del mundo de abajo" (Antoinette Burton, 2012) y posicionará la escritura de historias alternativas de la época colonial en un contexto ecocrítico. [...]

2017 - 10.5565/rev/indialogs.78
Indialogs : Spanish journal of India studies, Vol. 4 (2017) , p. 37-50 (Articles)  
11 p, 157.9 KB Facets of Freedom : Social Death and Karmic Rebirth in Amitav Ghosh's Sea of Poppies / Roy, Sneharika (The American University of Paris)
This paper argues that Amitav Ghosh's Sea of Poppies highlights the transcultural continuities between indenture in the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic slave trade, while simultaneously foregrounding the specificities of servitude in the Indian Ocean World. [...]
Este artículo afirma que la novela Mar de amapolas de Amitav Ghosh hace hincapié en la continuidad transcultural entre el trabajo contratado del Océano Índico y el comercio de esclavos del Atlántico, a la vez que pone de relieve las características singulares de la esclavitud indoceánica. [...]

2017 - 10.5565/rev/indialogs.74
Indialogs : Spanish journal of India studies, Vol. 4 (2017) , p. 51-62 (Articles)  
16 p, 183.2 KB Lost Narratives and Hybrid Identities in the Indian Ocean : Afro-Asians / de Silva, Shihan (University of London. Institute of Commonwealth Studies School of Advanced Study)
The voluntary movement of Africans was concurrent with the involuntary uprooting of these peoples, driven by the slave trade. Trade, colonisation and slavery have been drivers of migration, interconnecting people of diverse ethnicity globally. [...]
El movimiento voluntario de africanos fue simultáneo al desplazamiento involuntario debido a la trata de esclavos. La trata, la colonización y la esclavitud han sido factores de migración, interconectando globalmente gente de diferentes etnicidades. [...]

2017 - 10.5565/rev/indialogs.73
Indialogs : Spanish journal of India studies, Vol. 4 (2017) , p. 11-26 (Articles)  

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