Sulekha Sanyal was born in 1928 in an impoverished family that had once been indigo planters. She became a communist while a student. At thirty-five she died of leukemia, leaving a number of short
PENNY JOHNSON is an independent researcher who works closely with the Institute of WomenÂ’s Studies at Birzeit University, where she edits the Review of WomenÂ’s Studies. Recent writing and r
Joel Kuortti is Acting Professor of English at the Department of English, University of Tampere, Finland. Apart from Indian women's writings in English, he is interested in diasporic Indian literat
Carlos Ron is the President of the Simón Bolívar Institute for Peace and Solidarity Among Peoples, and serves as the Vice-minister of Foreign Affairs for North America.