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Migration

The Partition of the Punjab

Author(s): 
Kirpal Singh
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Panjab University
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What is refugee history, now?

Author(s): 
Lauren Banko
Katarzyna Nowak
Peter Gatrell
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Cambridge University Press
www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-global-history/article/what-is-refugee-history-now/2DEC4ECFF6FB76389A6F5C734E7DB741

Refugee history at present lacks a conceptual framework, notwithstanding the proliferation of recent contributions that contribute to enlarging the field. Our article seeks to advance refugee history by drawing upon extensive research into historical case studies and proposing the framework of refugeedom.

After Hyderabad's 1948 Annexation: Muslim Belonging and Histories of the Long Partition

Author(s): 
Sarah Waheed
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Asian Affairs
www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03068374.2022.2076488

This paper revisits the violent annexation of the erstwhile princely state of Hyderabad by the Indian army in 1948 as an inaugural moment of dispossession to reconstruct Hyderabad's twentieth century past along the axes of Muslim belonging and memory. I argue that we must situate twentieth and twenty-first century Hyderabadi Muslim migration in relation to Partition-related displacements and attempts to overcome them through economic conditions provided by migration.

Migration

Johannes Knolle
James Poskett
Cambridge University Press
2020

Partition migration and resettlement - The experience of women Bengal 1947-1964

Tista Das
University of Calcutta
2015

Bengali Communities in Colonial Assam

Sanghamitra Misra
Asian History
2019

Partition, Migration, and Identity: A Reading of Sundri Uttamchandani’s Deh Thyo Pardeh

Vidya Tewani
mutemelodist
2021

International Migration and Development in South Asia

Md Mizanur Rahman
Tan Tai Yong
Routledge
2015

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