Honors Project - Open Access
My project explores the transcultural South Asian woman as postcolonial hybrid subject. I do so by comparing two novels by transnational South Asian feminist authors (Jasmine by Bharati Mukherjee and Anita and Me by Meera Syal) and using ethnographic work to complement my literary analysis of hybridity with the lived experience of South Asian women at Macalester. I contextualize my project within postcolonial and women of color feminist theory. Ultimately, I seek to contribute to the existing literature on transcultural South Asian women’s subjectivity and to place their experience alongside that of other women of color.
Honors project in English Literature
Advisor: Sonita Sarker
Haroon, Zoya, "(Re)constructing the hybrid: negotiating transcultural South Asian women's subjectivity" (2015). English Honors Projects. Paper 33.
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