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Identity

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.

Antareen

January, 1993
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