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Biopolitics and Climate Crisis in Literature

Author Name: Dr. S. Sumy | Format: Paperback | Genre : History & Politics | Other Details

The human body is one of the great marvels of nature, existing in a bundle of quests unravelled by the universe.  The mysteries behind our existence are still unanswered, potentially exuberating and manipulating the coexistence of mother nature. The knowledge gained through history, and technical advances have inculcated a sense of anxiety about future scientific quests in the human mind, abnormally destroying the sanctity of nature and creating multiple crises, thereby politicizing the biological entity. Biopolitics and Climate Crisis in Literature is a revelation of unsolved mysteries and puzzles about the human body, existential politics, and the evolving manmade climate crisis questioning our presence in the 'politicised planet.' The book is a source guide for research scholars and academicians.

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Dr. S. Sumy

Sumy holds a Doctorate in cultural studies from Holy Cross College, Nagercoil, which provided a solid foundation for her research career. Over the years, she has contributed to over 23 research papers in various National and International Journals, gaining recognition for her first book, Cultural Catastrophic Convergence: A Study on Amitav Ghosh. Biopolitics and Climate Crisis in Literature is her second book for research scholars.

She lives with her family in Kochi and is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Sacred Heart College. She has also served as a teaching fraternity at several colleges in Tamil Nadu.