Table of Contents
On Literary Activism
A Brief Background to the Symposium, and Some Acknowledgements
Laetitia Zecchini, 'Translation as Literary Activism: On Invisibility and Exposure, Arun Kolatkar and the Little Magazine 'Conspiracy''
Derek Attridge, 'The Critic as Lover: Literary Activism and the Academy'
David Graham, ''Market Activism': A Publisher's Perspective'
Peter D. Mcdonald, 'What about Criticism?' Blanchot's Giant Windmill'
Saikat Majumdar, 'The Amatory Activist'
Tim Parks, 'Globalization, Literary Activism and the Death of Critical Discourse'
Rosinka Chaudhuri, 'The Practice of Literature: The Calcutta Context as a Guide to Literary Activism'
Dubravka Ugrešić, 'Transnational vs. National Literature'
Amit Chaudhuri, 'The Piazza and the Car Park: Literary Activism and the Mehrotra Campaign'
Jamie Mckendrick, 'Forms of Fidelity: Poetry Translation as Literary Activism'
Swapan Chakravorty, 'Literary Surrogacy and Literary Activism: Instances from Bengal'
Epilogue by Jon Cook, 'Literary Activism: Where Now, What Next?'
Appendix I: An Exchange of Emails
Appendix II: Tim Parks, 'How Could You Like That Book?'
Appendix III: Tim Parks, 'A Novel Kind of Conformity'
Notes on Editor and Contributors