Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Concepts


Indian Ecofeminism in the light of Western Concepts: A Brief Study on Kamala Markandeya Select novels

U Sriranganath; Dr. Gomatam Mohana Charyulu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 933-936

Literature gives a huge scope to study, discuss and understand various layers of practical life reflected in different genres. Generally, it is a belief that the fiction is the powerful driving force to inculcate the ideas of the writer into readers mind. In order to understand the relation between the literary text and connecting the problem discussed in the text with the reader spread a huge debate among the literary circles in India. The critical discourses revolved around ecofeminism, which had its roots in the West, had also marched fast into Indian Writing in English. However, there were a host of Indian women writers who exhibited Ecofeminist identities in their fiction; the present paper tries to project the same in the light of Kamala Markandeya writings like Some Inner Fury (1952), Nectar in a Sieve (1954), A Silence of Desire (1956), A Handful of Rice (1966). This paper also highlights how Markandeya differs from the West in the conceptualization of ecofeminism and established her own ideas. In the process of the discussion, the paper first explores the intricacies of ecofeminsim and then explains the concepts of ecofeminism in the select novels of Markandeya comparing them to the Western critics like Datar, Plumwood V and Warren J K.

New horizons in translational medicine

Aamir Shahzad; Randall J.Cohrs

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2014, Volume 2, Issue 1, Pages -

On behalf of the European Society for Translational Medicine (EUSTM) and Global Translational Medicine Consortium (GTMC), we are pleased to introduce New Horizons in Translational Medicine (NHTM), our official publication. Translational medicine Is an interdisciplinary field that unites multiple disciplines and expertise in order to enhance the efficacy of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of clinical conditions thereby improving global healthcare. Translational medicine has gained significant importance due in large part to its influential role in moving benchside results to bedside therapies and improvements in community health