Cross-Fertilizing Roots and Routes: Identities, Social Creativity, Cultural Regeneration and Planetary Realizations (Paperback)

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Cross-Fertilizing Roots and Routes: Identities, Social Creativity, Cultural Regeneration and Planetary Realizations (Paperback)

By Ananta Kumar Giri (Editor)

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Part One: Cross-Fertilizing Roots and Routes: Self, Social Creativity and Reconstitution of Identities.- Cross-Fertilizing Roots and Routes: Ethnicity, Socio-Cultural Regeneration and Planetary Realizations.- Earth and World: Roots and Routes.- First and Second Nature.- Cosmopoesis: Navigating the Strangeness of Planetary Realizations.- Understanding "Roots and Routes" from a Post-Kantian Tradition of Critique.- Transversal Communication and Boundaries of Identification.- Deconstructing and Reconstructing Identity: A Transformational Transcontinental Journey.- There is a Thread That You Follow: Identity, Journey and Destiny.- Part Two: Cross-Fertilizing Roots and Routes: New Possibilities with Philosophy, History, Anthropology and Literature.- Reconciling the Self with the Other: An Existentialist Perspective On the Management of Ethnic Conflicts in Africa.- Migration, Myth and History: A Cross-Border Case Study.- From the danger of the routes to the alleged certainty about the roots: The journey to India from the early 18th to the late 19th century.- Indigeneity, Cultural Memory and Hybrid Identity: Politics of 'Belonging' among Zomi- Chin-Kuki People of India- Myanmar Borderlands.- Rethinking Postcolonial Identity: Caught in the Spiral of Violence.- In Search of Territory: Women's Existential Traverse through Varied Routes.- Making a commonsense over roots and routes in a time of emotional turmoil: The Marwaris and the nationalist use of Kunti's suffering self to construct the imagery of an idealised Indian womanhood.- Crossing the Border: A Postcolonial Discourse of Double Consciousness and Multiple Solidarities with reference to the texts Brick Lane and The Mistress of Spices.- Roots and Routes: The Novels of Su Tamilselvi and Kanmani Gunasekaran.- The Roots and Routes of Mourning: Performing Craft and Community in Migrant Cultures in India.- Cinematic Representation of Disability from Pity to Human Rights in India: Investigating the Changing Roots and Routes.- Transnational Communities: The Quest for Development and South-South Connections.

Ananta Kumar Giri is a Professor at Madras Institute of Development Studies, Chennai, India. He is the author and editor of more than two dozen books in English and Odia including Knowledge and Human Liberation (2013), Mahatma Gandhi and Sri Aurobindo (editor), and The Calling of Global Responsibility: New Initiatives in Justice, Dialogues and Planetary Realizations (forthcoming).
Product Details ISBN: 9789811571206
ISBN-10: 9811571201
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: January 25th, 2022
Pages: 416
Language: English