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Routledge Handbook of Indian Transnationalism

Edited by: Ajaya K. Sahoo , Bandana Purkayastha

Print publication date:  July  2019
Online publication date:  July  2019

Print ISBN: 9781138089143
eBook ISBN: 9781315109381
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781315109381
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Book description

This book introduces readers to the many dimensions of historical and contemporary Indian transnationalism and the experiences of migrants and workers to reveal the structures of transnationalism and the ways in which Indian origin groups are affected.

The concept of crossing borders emerges as an important theme, along with the interweaving of life in geographic and web spaces. The authors draw from a variety of archives and intellectual perspectives in order to map the narratives of Indian transnationalism and analyse the interplay of culture and structures within transnational contexts. The topics covered range from the history of transnational networks, activism, identity, gender, politics, labour, policy, performance, literature and more. This collection presents a wide array of issues and debates which will reinvigorate discussions about Indian transnationalism.

This handbook will be an invaluable resource for academics, researchers, and students interested in studying South Asia in general and the Indian diaspora in particular.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Globality in exceptional spaces Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Skill gap and brain drain for United States Download PDF
Chapter  3:  From students to spouses Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Transnationalism and return migration of scientists and engineers from the United States to India Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Translocal puja Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Indian music and transnationalism Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Transnational collaborations by selected contemporary Indian dancers Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Revealing the messiness of transnational identities Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Negotiating transnational identity among second-generation Indian residents in Oman Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Transnationalism and Indian/American foreign policy Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Constructing Hindu identities in France and the United States Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Facing strong head winds Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Experiences of empowerment and constraint Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Indian origin women Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Workers, families, and households Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Is migration a ticket to freedom? Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Middling Tamil migrants in Singapore and the translocal village Download PDF
Chapter  18:  The transnational mobility of Indians in the time of the British Empire Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Layered cities, shared histories Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Emergence of Singapore as a pivot for Indian diasporic and transnational networks Download PDF
Glossary Download PDF
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