Maritime Criticism for Today's World: A Review of Juan-José Martín-González, Transoceanic Perspectives in Amitav Ghosh’s Ibis Trilogy

Authors

  • Maria-Sabina Draga Alexandru University of Bucharest

Abstract

A review of Juan-José Martín-González,  Transoceanic Perspectives in Amitav Ghosh’s Ibis Trilogy

Keywords

Amitav Ghosh, Indian Ocean, Ibis Trilogy

References

CRANE, JACOB (2011), “Beyond the Cape: Amitav Ghosh, Frederick Douglass and the Limits of the Black Atlantic”, Postcolonial Text, 6 (4): 1-16.

DELEUZE, GILLES & FÉLIX GUATTARI (2005), A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia [1987] trans Brian Massumi, UP Minnesota Press.

GHOSH, AMITAV, The Shadow Lines, Ravi Dayal Publishers, 1988.

LAURET, SABINE (2011), “Re-mapping the Indian Ocean in Amitav Ghosh’s Sea of Poppies”, Commonwealth Essays and Studies, 34 (1): 55-65. https://doi.org/10.4000/ces.7870

MACHADO, PEDRO (2016), “Views from Other Boats: On Amitav Ghosh’s Indian Ocean Worlds”, The American Historical Review 121 (5): 1545-1551.

MARTÍN-GONZÁLEZ, JUAN-JOSÉ (2021), Transoceanic Perspectives in Amitav Ghosh’s Ibis Trilogy, (Maritime Literature and Culture series), Palgrave Macmillan.

MOHAN, ANUPAMA (2019), “Maritime Transmodernities and the Ibis Trilogy”, Postcolonial Text, 14 (3): 1-24.

PRATT, MARY LOUISE (2008), Imperial Eyes Travel Writing and Transculturation, Routledge.

Author Biography

Maria-Sabina Draga Alexandru, University of Bucharest

Dr. Maria-Sabina Draga Alexandru is Associate Professor of American Studies and postcolonialism at the University of Bucharest. She holds a PhD in philosophy (the aesthetics of postmodernism) from the University of Bucharest (2000) and a PhD in English (contemporary Indian fiction in English) from the University of East Anglia (2007). Her research interests are: contemporary Indian fiction in English, global writing in English and narrative knowledge in the global age, minority cultures in the media, gender studies, postcolonialism and postcommunism. She has published articles in journals such as The Journal of Commonwealth Studies, Comparative Literature Studies, Commonwealth Essays and Studies, Indialogs, Angles and others. Her latest books are Performance and Performativity in Contemporary Indian Fiction in English (Brill, 2015) and Religious Narratives in Contemporary Culture: Between Cultural Memory and Transmediality (co-edited with Dragoș Manea, Brill, 2021).

Published

19-04-2022

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