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Histories of Victimhood

Steffen Jensen
Henrik Ronsbo
University of Pennsylvania Press
2014

Muslim politics in the Punjab 1919 to 1947

Author(s): 
Anju Khanna
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Maharshi Dayanand University
hdl.handle.net/10603/113700

In the present work, it is my endeavour to discuss the growth of the Muslim politics in the Punjab from 1919 to 1947. The study of this period forms an important and interesting subject of research for a variety of reasons. The period from 1919 to 1947 marks an important phase in the history of the Punjab. At the close of the World War I in 1919, the Punjab was passing through a very critical period. The passage of the MontaguChelmsford Reforms, the Rowlatt Bills and Jallianwala Bagh tragedy created anarchy in the province.

Legislative politics in pre partition Bengal 1937 to 1947

Jahanara Begum
University of Calcutta
1990

“Laughter in the Communal: Partition Politics and Cartoons in Indian Press, 19461947

Anup Beniwal,
Dr. Barnali Saha
ACADEMICIA
2019

Garm Hava' Showed the Dilemmas and Choices of Muslims in 1947 and Remains Relevant Even Today

Author(s): 
Rachel Dwyer
Publisher/Sponsor: 
The Wire
https://thewire.in/film/garm-hawa-showed-the-dilemmas-and-choices-of-muslims-in-1947-and-remains-relevant-even-today

In Sathyu’s film, both the Muslim and Hindu characters are examples of tolerance, kindness and restraint.

Garm Hava' and the Politics of Protest

Author(s): 
Neera Chandhoke
Publisher/Sponsor: 
The Wire
https://thewire.in/film/garm-hava-and-the-politics-of-protest

Demonstrators observe silence together, they sing in tandem, give and listen to speeches and clarify what impelled them to come out of their homes and occupy public land. In the process, they tell us what they stand for and from where they speak.

Bonfire of Creeds: The Essential Ashis Nandy

Ashis Nandy
Oxford University Press
2010

Centering Borders in Latin American and South Asian Contexts: Aesthetics and Politics of Cultural Production

Debaroti Chakraborty
Debra A. Castillo
Kavita Panjabi
Routledge India
2022

Deshbhag: Binash O Binirman

Madhumay Paul
Gangchil
2010

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