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dc.contributor.authorChaubey, Ajay K
dc.contributor.authorKhair, Tabish
dc.date.accessioned2016-01-20T23:51:50Z
dc.date.available2016-01-20T23:51:50Z
dc.date.issued2016-01-21
dc.identifier.issn2203-4293
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2328/35859
dc.description.abstractBorn in Ranchi and educated up to his MA in Gaya, Tabish Khair, PhD (Copenhagen), DPhil (Aarhus), is a Professor of English in Denmark and the author of a number of acclaimed books. Winner of the All India Poetry Prize, Khair’s novels – The Bus Stopped (2004), Filming (2007) and The Thing About Thugs (2010) – have been shortlisted for awards including the Hindu Prize, Man Asian Prize, DSC Prize for South Asia. His last novel, How to Fight Islamist Terror from the Missionary Position, was dubbed the ‘best 9/11 novel’ by the New Republic and ‘unmissable’ by the Times. A study by Khair, The New Xenophobia, will be published by Oxford University Press in January 2016. Professor Khair, while being in Denmark, spoke to me through email promptly and positively on several aspects of diaspora, narratives of migration and rationale of ‘brain-drain’ and the theoretical contours of the Indian diaspora in the wake of multiple terrorist attacks in the West.en
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dc.subjectDiaspora studiesen
dc.subjectIndian diasporaen
dc.subjectLiterature of the diasporaen
dc.subjectPostcolonial literatureen
dc.subjectinterviewsen
dc.titleTabish Khair in Conversation with Ajay K Chaubeyen
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