Queering the Indian Novel

  title={Queering the Indian Novel},
  author={Ulka Anjaria},
  pages={26 - 32}
  • Ulka Anjaria
  • Published 2019
  • History
  • Wasafiri
  • In September 2018, Section 377 of the colonial-era penal code was ruled unconstitutional by the Indian Supreme Court, at long last decriminalising homosexuality in the country. By most accounts, this is a joyous, but also late, decision, belying the huge proliferation of queer activism, writings and cultural production that has become an essential part of the Indian public sphere over the last several decades (Bose 498). Although much of the discourse generated by these oppositional queer… CONTINUE READING