Cheery Children, Growing Girls, and Developing Young Adults: On Reading, Growing, and Hopscotching Across Categories
AbstractThis paper is about hopscotching, and in turn jumps over many disciplinary categories, from literature to gender studies to development studies. At one level this is the voice of the interdisciplinary academic who brings a literary training to bear on the field of development studies, where with increasing urgency experts try to record voices and to read subjectivities for their narratives and perceptions of development. [IGIDR WP 2003 05]
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open-minded pedagogy; childrenâ€™s books; fiction; women studies; Calcutta Social Project; Sandesh; Enid Blyton; Majumdar;
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