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Partition

Communities and identities in the afterlife of partition of India the interface between immigrants and host society in North Bengal 1947_1971

Author(s): 
Prajna Paromita Podder
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Jadavpur University
http://hdl.handle.net/10603/359594

"In recent years the theme of the long afterlife of the Partition of India has emerged as a major preoccupation in Partition Studies in South Asia. Drawing upon this burgeoning field of scholarship, the present thesis is an attempt to study this long afterlife in a specific geographical context and its specifics. But, more significantly, the thesis is an attempt to suggest that it is the very dynamic of post-Partition displacement and relocation that determines why the afterlife cannot but be long.

Sky In My Heart: A Partition Story of Sindh

Nandlal Parasramani
Maple Press
2021

Under the Jeweled Sky

Alison McQueen
Sourcebooks Landmark
2014

The Powerful Ephemeral : Everyday Healing in an Ambiguously Islamic Place

Carla Bellamy
University of California Press
2011

The Historiography of India's Partition: Between Civilization and Modernity

Author(s): 
David Gilmartin
Publisher/Sponsor: 
The Journal of Asian Studies
https://www.jstor.org/stable/43553642

The Economic Consequences of Partition: India and Pakistan

Author(s): 
Wayne Wilcox
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Journal of International Affairs
https://www.jstor.org/stable/24363272

Antareen

January, 1993
Mrinal Sen
www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtuLCqKFQJw

Event, Memory and Lore: Anecdotal History of Partition in Assam

Author(s): 
Binayak Dutta
Publisher/Sponsor: 
The NEHU Journal, Vol XII, No. 2
https://nehu.ac.in/public/downloads/Journals/Journal_Jul_Dec14_Art4.pdf

"Political history of Partition of India in 1947 is well-documented by historians. However, the grass root politics and and the ‘victimhood’ of a number of communities affected by the Partition are still not fully explored. The scholarly moves to write alternative History based on individual memory and family experience, aided by the technological revolution have opened up multiple narratives of the partition of Assam and its aftermath.

Women's Courtyard

Khadija Mastur
Daisy Rockwell (trans.)
Penguin India
2018

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