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The Sikh Memory- Its Distinction and Contribution to Humankind

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Item Code: UAZ587
Author: Gurbhagat Singh and Deepinder Jeet Randhawa
Publisher: Singh Brothers, Amritsar
Language: English
Edition: 2009
ISBN: 9788172054205
Pages: 144
Other Details 8.50 X 5.50 inch
Weight 330 gm
Book Description
About The Book
This small volume is a preliminary effort to theorize the Sikh memory that through its pressures, anxieties and different ontology has emerged with a distinct way of remembering. The way lessens the traumatic effect of the disturbing "episode" or the encountered hegemonic moment. It is grasped in the larger meaning-world, called "intersemiosity." The whole creation or universe is inhabited by diverse species. No remembering is enlightening unless related to this interspecies reality. The extended "interspecific" memory will be not only therapeutic but also wondrous.

About The Author
GURBHAGAT SINGH is former Professor of English and Dean of Languages of Punjabi University, Patiala. He received his inter- disciplinary M.A. and Ph.D. in English and History of Consciousness from the University of California. He has taught at the universities in California, Delhi and Patiala. His chief interests are: Theory, Comparative Literature, and Sikhism. He has participated in the Congresses of International Comparative Literature Association held in New York, Munich, Paris, Sussex, Tokyo. His known books are: Poetry as Metaconsciousness, Western Poetics and Eastern Thought, Literature and Folklore after Poststructuralism, Sikhism and Postmodern Thought, Uttaradhunikwad (Punjabi). At present he is translating Sri Guru Granth Sahib into English.

DEEPINDER JEET RANDHAWA teaches in the Department of English at Khalsa College, Patiala. She received her M.A. (English), M.Phil. (Anthropological Linguistics), Ph.D. (English) from Punjabi University, Patiala. Her chief interests are: Theory, Comparative Literature and Religion. She is the author of The Carnival of Difference: Imaginary and Semiotics of Dickens and Dostoyevsky. Her papers on literature and religion have been published in Panjab University Arts Bulletin, Guru Nanak Dev University Journal of English Studies, Punjabi University Journal of Religious Studies, Perspectives on Guru Granth Sahib.

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