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Title: Diasporic Dispersals and Convergences: The Creative Trajectory of a PhD Project
Authors: Khorana, Sukhmani
Keywords: Doctor of Philosophy
Creative non-fiction
Deepa Mehta
Issue Date: 6-Nov-2009
Abstract: My critical-creative PhD project on diasporic creative practice began as a textual analysis dissertation with a video-recorded reception studies component, but it has become more than a hybrid research discourse. Its creative and fluid trajectories are not unlike the dispersals and convergences of diasporic identity and cultural production itself. These trajectories are mapped here with an exegetical section, followed by an edited selection of web-log entries and poetic fragments written during the various production stages of the creative component.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/7984
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