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Content: Travel Writing: A mode of constructing knowledge (Issue 56)

Contributors

Guest-Editorial

Travel Writing: A mode of constructing knowledge
Raeesa Usmani 

Academic essays

Decoding ‘progression’ through ‘intimacy’ as the anchoring aesthetics in Saikat Majumdar’s The Scent of God
Sudeep Ghosh

Montagu’s The Turkish Embassy Letters: the Questions of Perception and Representation in Travel Narratives
Susmita Roy

Reading Travel beyond Stereotype in William Coxe’s Travels into Poland, Russia, Sweden and Denmark
Basundhara Chakraborty

Gender Troubles When Gender Travels: Locating the Discursive Identities in Shivya Nath’s The Shooting Star
Puja Chakraborty

Decolonizing Whiteness in the early 18th century
Guillermo Pupo-Pernet

The Travels and Travails of a Bengali: Reading Sanjib Chandra Chattopadhyay’s Palamau
Stella Chitralekha Biswas 

Photo-essays

The kaleidoscopic journey of Kolkata through a sketch diary
Sohomdeep Sinha Roy and Debika Banerji

Nostalgia for the Past: Durga Pujo at my hometown
Suparna Barman

Always on the Move: Stories of the Street Food Vendors at Police Bazaar, Shillong
Richa Chilana and Rashi Bhargava

Personal essays

Train Journey: Cultural Journey of Indian people
Radhakanta Barik

Travel is the essence of life
Prithvijeet Sinha

Christmas in Fiji
Annie Surdi 

Text collage in translation

Some variety: Translation of a few short stories of Subimal Misra
V. Ramaswamy

Memoirs

A boot of one’s own
Ritushree Sengupta

Travelling with Mary Hopkins
Kavita Ezekiel Mendonca

Photo: The Incidental Tourist

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For more stories, read Café Dissensus Everyday, the blog of Café Dissensus Magazine.

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