• Talks and Interviews - authors, poets, journalists, corporate

    Chief Conversationalists : Kanchana Banerjee (author) for crime thrillers. Shelly Bhoil (Poet and research scholar) for poetry. Deepak Chawla (author, management professional, educationist) for corporate talks). Queen Sarkar (professor, researcher) for poetry. Ritamvara (student) for literary talks with academic heads. Koral Dasgupta (author, entrepreneur) for generalist talks. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------…

  • Archives: STORIES OF THE INDIAN DIASPORA series

    Vish Dhamija, Jenny Bhatt, Dr. Rajeev Kamineni, Prof. Nyla Ali Khan Bhaswati Ghosh, Prof. Neilesh Bose, Prof. Shobna Nijhawan, Christopher Raja Dr. Rashida Murphy, Prof. Chandrima Chakraborty Prof. Ankhi Mukherjee, Prof. Jaswinder Bolina, Prof. Manu Bhagavan Roanna Gonsalves, Prof. Bashabi Fraser, Sahana Bajpaie Kavita Ezekiel Mendonca, Dr. Jagbir Jhutti-Johal, Dr. Yadu Singh Rev. Tuhina Verma, Tanushree Ghosh, Prof. Sukanya Chakrabarti Damyanti Biswas and Ananya Mukherjee, Dr. Pallavi Gu…

  • Essays - Abstracts and Excerpts - The Indian Diaspora Project - TMYS Review June 2021

    QUEST FOR THE WEST – AN ESSAY ON MIGRATION DUE TO AMBITION Author: Sanchaiyata Majumdar Author intro: Ms Sanchaiyata Majumdar is currently working as an Assistant Professor of English at Garden City University, Bangalore. She completed her graduation from one of the prestigious colleges in India, Bethune College, Kolkata in English Literature, and her post-graduation in English Literature from University of Calcutta ranking within top ten positions in her class. In 2017, she successfully complet…

  • Editorial by Dr. Sourav Banerjee - The Indian Diaspora Project - TMYS Review June 2021

    “Sometimes we feel we straddle two cultures; at other times, that we fall between two stools.” This quotation from Salman Rushdie reveals much about the ambiguous condition of the diasporic people. The term diaspora, which was once an object of suspicion, has now become one of fascination. Once it was historically and politically a loaded concept, today it is not only an impartial term but also an all embracing one for the erstwhile terms like immigrants, refugees, asylum seekers, guest worker…

  • Story Excerpts - The Indian Diaspora Project - TMYS Review June 2021

    ADNAN Author: Samina Hadi-Tabassum Author intro: Samina Hadi-Tabassum is an associate professor at Erikson Institute in Chicago where she teaches courses in child development. Her first book of poems, Muslim Melancholia (2017), was published by Red Mountain Press. She has published poems in East Lit Journal, Soul-Lit, Journal of Postcolonial Literature, Papercuts, The Waggle, Indian Review, Classical Poets, Mosaic, Main Street Rag, Connecticut River Review, Pilgrimage Literary Journal, Riksha, C…


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