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Passage to Manhattan: Critical Essays on Meena Alexander Hardcover – September 1, 2009

ISBN-13: 978-1443812436 ISBN-10: 1443812439 Edition: New edition

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Lopamudra Basu (Ph.D., Graduate Center, City University of New York, 2004) has been an Assistant Professor of English at University of Wisconsin-Stout since 2005. Her current research interests include contemporary world literature, transnational feminist theory, US ethnic literatures, and globalization studies. Her recent publications include 'Mourning and Motherhood: Transforming Loss in Representations of Adivasi Mothers in Mahasweta Devi's Short Stories' in Rites of Passage in Postcolonial Women's Writing (New York and Amsterdam: Rodopi Press, forthcoming 2009); 'The Repetition of Silence: Partition, Rape and Female Labor in Bapsi Sidhwa's Cracking India,' South Asian Review 28.2 (2007), 5-26; and 'Crossing Cultures/Crossing Genres: The Reinvention of the Graphic Memoir in Persepolis and Persepolis 2,' Nebula: A Journal of Multidisciplinary Scholarship 4.3 (September 2007): 1-19. She has been invited to co-edit a special topic issue of the electronic journal Politics and Culture focusing on the Global South in 2009. Cynthia Ann Leenerts (Ph.D., George Washington University, 1997) has served as an Assistant Professor of English at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania since 2005. Specializing in Indian, South African, and Black British literatures, she teaches postcolonial literature, Victorian and modern British literatures, literary criticism and theory, the graphic novel, and a variety of general-education literature and writing courses. With George Bozzini, she edited the anthology Literature Without Borders: International Literature in English for Student Writers (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 2001) and published 'Rabindranath Tagore's and Satyajit Ray's 'New Woman': Writing and Rewriting Bimala' in Patrick Colm Hogan and Lalita Pandit's Rabindranath Tagore: Universality and Tradition (Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2003). Among other venues, she has also published in The Literary Criterion, the Committee on South Asian Women's Bulletin, and the South Asian Review, where she now serves as Managing Editor.

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Michael Angelo Tata is the Editor-in-Chief of the Sydney-based electronic journal of literature, art and new media, nebu[lab]. His essays appear most recently in the collections Neurology and Modernity: A Cultural History of Nervous Systems 1800-1950 (Palgrave Macmillan) and Literature of New York (Cambridge Scholars), along with the British journal Parallax (Routledge). His poetry and fiction can be found in the anthology The New Breed: Gents, Bad Boys & Barbarians 2 (Orchard House), and his chapbook The Multiplication of Joy into Integers is available from Blue Light Press.

His book "Andy Warhol: Sublime Superficiality" arrived in late 2010 from Intertheory Press, and can be purchased at www.intertheory.org. It received an enthusiastic response from eminent Columbia University aesthetician Arthur Danto and, consequently, a glowing review by David Carrier in Temple University's Journal of Aesthetics. Part II, titled "Andy Warhol: Inescapable Da-sein,' is already in the works. The first chapter appears in Turin's RIVISTA DI ESTETICA in Spring 2013, and a second, in Rome's 013MEDIA.

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