Avant-grade Productions launches its publication wing Blank Voices and here goes its first international peer-reviewed scholarly prose collection anthology by veteran scholars and academics from India and Bangladesh

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Book Title: The Myriad of Meanings in Literary Culture Studies

peer-reviewed scholarly prose collection
Published by Blank Voices (Bangladesh) & Lulu Press (USA)
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Edited by Ahmed Tahsin Shams, Dr. Koel Mitra, Avik Gangopadhyay


In Cultural Studies, representation is a key concept and denotes a language in which all objects and relationships get defined, a language related to issues of class, power, and ideology, and situated within the context of “discourse”. The Myriad of Meanings, an Indo-Bangla edition of Literary and Cultural studies, involves an array of shimmering images of thoughts and discourses: be they in the dualism of nature and civilization by Jarin Tasneem Shoilee, in the philosophical approach of finding the inextricable bond between culture and civilization by Jaideep Mookherjee, in seeking happiness through philosophical religiosity by Samayita Bhattacharjee, in tracing psycho-social isolation through marginalization by Soma Dutta, in approaching Nature as a social player by Odrija Das, in interpreting beauty, sublimity and aesthetics from a stream-of-consciousness perspective by Nabhoneel Gangopadhyay, in deconstructing socio-cultural order by Kamalika Majumder, in finding the reassuring roots of feminism by Rishakhi Chakraborty, in interweaving environmental imageries with socio-political set up by Aishow Francis Rozario, in capturing elements of ethnography and psychoanalysis through dissociation of society from culture by Aaloy Gangopadhyay, or in the fact-finding revelations of the tribal community by Lalti Dutta, in associating subaltern within the shifting spectrum of Historiography by Simool Sen, in viewing linguistic fluidity as a cultural component by Rabita Rahman, in elucidating the Renaissance of Bengal from an etymological frame of reference by Sarbartha Mukhopadhyay and in explicating the cultural impact of the Bhakti and Sufi movement by Kunal Roy. Even the collection includes Avik Gangopadhyay’s ingressing standpoint on the crisis of consciousness within the transcreative psyche, Ahmed Tahsin Shams’ culturally responsive pedagogical approach, and Koel Mitra’s historiographical attitude towards writing in the digital age and the effect of copyright on digital content. The stances and outlooks, slants, and vantage points diverge to assert that Cultural Studies view life as fragmented, multiple, where meanings are hybridized and contested, i.e., identities that were more or less homogeneous in terms of ethnicities and patterns of consumption, are now completely hybrid. Culture Studies, is constituted through experience, which involves representation – the consumption of signs, the making of meaning from signs, and the knowledge of meaning. This Indo-Bangla collection The Myriad of Meaning is no exception.

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