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Displacement, integration and identity in the postcolonial world

Victoria Redclift
Taylor and Francis Online

Defining the relationship between displaced populations and the nation state is a fraught historical process. The Partition of India in 1947 provides a compelling example, yet markedly little attention has been paid to the refugee communities produced. Using the case of the displaced ‘Urdu-speaking minority’ in Bangladesh, this article considers what contemporary discourses of identity and integration reveal about the nature and boundaries of the nation state.

The Integration of the Indian States : The Untold Story?

Jilian Martin
Clayton, Vic. : Monash Publications in History, Dept. of History, Monash University

Unveiling the Silence: Exploring Memories of the 1947 Partition Through the Voices of Second Generation Punjabi Women

Mandeep Bhalru
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Life After Partition: Migration, Community and Strife in Sindh, 1947-1962

Sarah F. D. Ansari
Oxford University Press