Understanding and Interpreting English as a School Discipline in Postcolonial India

Understanding and Interpreting English as a School Discipline in Postcolonial India

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Across the three research strands, findings reveal both the presence of entrenched colonial structurings of the discipline as well as those of certain counter-hegemonic measures, with significant tensions between colonial and postcolonial epistemologies.In postcolonial India, at the college level, English literary studies remained for the longest time, largely fossilized in its prescription of colonial texts. ... Seminar articles and essays on the subject compiled in volumes like the Rajeshwari Sunder Rajan edited The Lie of the Land: ... in both Indo-Anglian writing and Hindi/vernacular literature in English translation into the undergraduate curricula, though theanbsp;...


Title:Understanding and Interpreting English as a School Discipline in Postcolonial India
Author: Richa Kapoor
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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