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by  Amrita Gupta Singh

For Hema Upadhyay, the interstitial realms of private and public remembrances, the conflicts of the autobiographical and fictional are constructed as visual sociographies that represent notions of nostalgia, history, identity, gender, migration and dislocation. In a self reflexive urge, she locates

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Archaeologies of the Self

by  Amrita Gupta Singh

The self-reflexive urge which underpins autobiographical discourse is centrally concerned with the impact of the outer realm of history on the inner space of personal `being'. Thus, such discourses, whether, literary or artistic can be locative as ‘sociographies' and function as a site where such narratives

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