Oral Histories

Borders and Boundaries: How Women Experienced the Partition of India

Ritu Menon
Rutgers University Press
1998

The Partition of India - Diaspora of Forced Exile: A Historical and Literary Perspective

Dr. Kamal Chitra Jadhav
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
2014

Partition Voices

Author(s): 
Andrew Whitehead
www.andrewwhitehead.net/partition-voices.html

From Website: "Over the past twenty years, I have conducted scores of interviews with people with personal stories to tell of Partition - the botched division of British India in August 1947 to created two independent nations, India and Pakistan. It produced one of the great tragedies of a deeply tragic century - at least half-a-million dead, ten million or more migrants, and the rupture of a symbiotic culture, most notably in Punjab.

Three Rivers of Tears

Lopa
LiFi Publications Pvt Ltd
2012

Speaking Havoc: Social Suffering and South Asian Narratives

Ramu Nagappan
Literary Conjunctions
2007

Home, Uprooted: Oral Histories of India's Partition

Devika Chawla
Fordham University Press
2014

Remembering Sylhet: Hindu & Muslim Voices from a Nearly Forgotten Story of India's Partition

Anindita Dasgupta
Manohar Publishers and Distributers
2013

Amritsar to Lahore: A Journey Across the India-Pakistan Border

Stephen Alter
University of Pennsylvania Press
2000

Pangs of Partition, V. 2: The Human Dimension

S. Settar, Indira Beptista Gupta
Manohar Publishers and Distributers
2002

Changing Homelands: Hindu Politics and the Partition of India

Neeti Nair
Permanent Black
2011