National myth, transnational memory: Ondaatje's archival method
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Publication InfoVadde, Aarthi (2012). National myth, transnational memory: Ondaatje's archival method. Novel, 45(2). pp. 257-275. 10.1215/00295132-1573967. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/18117.
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Associate Professor of English
Aarthi Vadde works in the field of 20th-21st century Anglophone literature with particular interests in the historical and technological forces conditioning migration and globalization. She looks at how literary history interfaces with theories of internationalism, the history of computation, and media studies more generally. Her book Chimeras of Form: Modernist Internationalism beyond Europe, 1914-2016 was published by Columbia UP in 2016 and won the ACLA's 2018