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Special Issue on Human Rights and Literature

Guest-edited by

Prof. Pramod K. Nayar

Department of English, the University of Hyderabad

Pramod K. Nayar
Editorial: Special Issue on Human Rights
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Aldish Edroos
“I was an Eye-witness”: The Framing of Human Rights in Joe Sacco’s Safe Area Goražde
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Pratibha
Victims or Agents: Self-perception of Dalit Women in Pan on Fire
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Ridhima Tewari & Pragnya Parimita Chayani
Relationality, Resistance and Mimicry: Towards an Alternate Discourse of Violence and Victimhood from the North East of India
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Saradindu Bhattacharya
Staging the Human in George Ryga’s The Ecstasy of Rita Joe
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Debopriya Banerjee
The Mythical Fall and Don DeLillo’s Falling Man: Mediations on Narratives of Violence and Human Rights
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V. Bharathi Harishankar
Hanna Rambe’s Mirah of Banda as a ‘Quiet’ Narrative on Livability
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Deepak Basumatary
The Violated Body: Human Rights in Indra Sinha’s Animal’s People
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Jan Gresil S. Kahambing
Inhuman Rights: Components of Spectrality in Anil’s Ghost
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Neeraja Sundaram
Human Rights and the Medical Care Narrative
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Journal Rank

Rupkatha has been ranked by Scopus and Scimago:

  • World Rank: 66 (Arts and Humanities)
  • Rank in the Asiatic Region: 13 (Arts and Humanities)