Rungh Magazine, A South Asian Quarterly of Culture, Comment and Criticism, Volume 1, Number 4 - The Body Issue


38 pages. Features: "Unwanted Hair Problem?" - Struggling to Re-present our Bodies; Escaping the Cultural Imperative; Yes + No - Letters from post-referendum Montreal; Scaffolding of the Bone House; Lamayuru; Faceless Elements; Beyond the Body Project - Art and the Interaction of Communities; In Her Own Image; To Visit the Tiger in Review; To Visit the Tiger Artist's Statements; "Be it Resolved..." - The Writers' Union and Cultural Appropriation; In Inglish - Writing with an Accent; A Sari Tale and Hair Scare. Address labels on back cover, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A sound copy.

Title: Rungh Magazine, A South Asian Quarterly of Culture, Comment and Criticism, Volume 1, Number 4 - The Body Issue

Author: Srivastava, Sarita; Lakhani, Ali; Bissoondath, Neil; Shinhat, Molly; Ghai, Nilambri; Fernando, Sonali; Raphael, Alistair; Mathur, Ashok; Niche, R.; Pinet, Richard; Simons, Derek; Marchant, Ameen; Tsang, Henry; Khanna, Sanjay; McAllister

Illustrator: Mathur, Ashok

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Art,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, Rungh: 1993

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 543g1997

Keywords: Rungh Magazine, A South Asian Quarterly of Culture, Comment and Criticism, Volume 1, Number 4 - The Body Issue Unwanted Hair Problem?" - Struggling to Re-present our Bodies; Escaping the Cultural Imperative; Yes + No - Letters from post-referendum Montreal; Scaffolding of the Bone House; Lamayuru; Faceless Elements; Beyond the Body Project - Art and the Interaction of Communities; In Her Own Image; To Visit the Tiger in Review; To Visit the Tiger Artist's Statements; "Be it Resolved..." - The Writers' Union and Cultural Appropriation; In Inglish - Writing with an Accent; A Sari Tale and Hair Scare,