Story, Space, Identity: The South Asian Woman Immigrant in W.A.
The diasporic lives of immigrant women from South Asia in Australia
||Diaspora, Hybridity, Multiculturalism, Home, Liminality
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 5, pp.19-30.
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Dr. Sunita Peacock has a Ph.D in British Literature, Postcolonial and Women's Studies. Her research interests include the examination of the voice and identity of immigrant women from South Asia residing in predominantly Western/European constructs. She teaches English composition and World and Eastern Literatures at Slippery Rock University, which belongs to the State System of Higher Education in Pennsylvania, U.S.A. She is also involved in forums that work on diversity and multiculturalism in the Pittsburgh area. She has published in journals, such as the Humanities Journal (from the conference at Rhodes, 2003), The Commonwealth Novel in English, and a chapter in an anthology titled, Violence and The Body. She has done qualitative research on South Asian women immigrants in Australia in 2005 working as a research fellow in Australian National University, Canberra and Curtin University, Perth.
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