Prof’s book explores novels on surviving and resisting violence
University of Houston-Clear Lake Assistant Professor in Humanities Shreerekha Subramanian announced the publication of her first monograph “Women Writing Violence: The Novel and Radical Feminist Imaginaries.” In the book, Subramanian discusses the literary landscapes of African-American writer Toni Morrison along with South Asian writers such as Mridula Garg, Tahmina Durrani, Amrita Pritam, Bapsi Sidhwa and Mahasweta Devi.
Subramanian gives readers a new way of thinking about violence and survival from a feminist point of view. The book is available from Sage Publishing for $49.95. To find out more about the book, visit For more information about, Subramanian, visit or call 281-283-3430.
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University of Houston-Clear Lake offers more than 80 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, including a doctoral program, from its four schools, which include the School of Business, School of Education, School of Human Sciences and Humanities, and School of Science and Computer Engineering. For more information about the university, visit
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