June 6, 2015

Stories from the Diaspora Tamil Women Writing (2006)

Diasporic women writers’ contributions represent a break through and have opened significant new perspectives in the history of Tamil literary tradition. Identity consciousness and the reality of detachment interact at various levels in their writings. While the writings have essentially complicated and questioned identities, they have also led to a dynamic rethinking on the issue of race, gender, ethnicity, colour, caste and sexuality.

Women Migrant Workers & Trafficking in Sri Lanka (2008)

The study on Women Migrant Workers and Trafficking in Sri Lanka sheds light on a burning issue that has not been researched extensively in recent time in Sri Lanka. It looks specifically at why and how women are trafficked in…
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