almediah.fr
» » Freedom, Trauma, Continuities: Northern India and Independence (Studies in Contemporary South Asia, V. 2)

Download Freedom, Trauma, Continuities: Northern India and Independence (Studies in Contemporary South Asia, V. 2) eBook

by Donald A. Low,Howard Brasted,D. A. Low

Download Freedom, Trauma, Continuities: Northern India and Independence (Studies in Contemporary South Asia, V. 2) eBook
ISBN:
076199226X
Author:
Donald A. Low,Howard Brasted,D. A. Low
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Sage Pubns (November 1, 1997)
EPUB book:
1175 kb
FB2 book:
1779 kb
DJVU:
1545 kb
Other formats
txt rtf lit azw
Rating:
4.2
Votes:
842


Freedom, Trauma, Continuities book. Start by marking Freedom, Trauma, Continuities: Northern India And Independence as Want to Read

Freedom, Trauma, Continuities book. Start by marking Freedom, Trauma, Continuities: Northern India And Independence as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

An AltaMira Press Book While the momentous acheivement of Indian independence and the simultaneous partitioning of the subcontinent in 1947 have primarily been studied from political perspectives, this path-breaking volume explores neglected aspects of these tremendous.

An AltaMira Press Book While the momentous acheivement of Indian independence and the simultaneous partitioning of the subcontinent in 1947 have primarily been studied from political perspectives, this path-breaking volume explores neglected aspects of these tremendous upheavals. Freedom, Trauma, Communities concentrates on popular perceptions and subjective, psycholocial experiences that offer new perspectives on those critical events in Indian society. The first three contributors consider various aspects of the appalling massacres which accompanied Partition and Independence.

Freedom, trauma, continuities: Northern India and independence. HV Brasted, C Bridge. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies 17 (1), 93-114, 1994. H Brasted, DA Low. Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd, 1998. Irish Nationalism and the British Empire in the late nineteenth century. Irish culture and nationalism, 1750–1950, 83-103, 1983.

The Conference of Youth and Students of Southeast Asia Fighting for Freedom and Independence, also referred to as the Southeast Asian Youth Conference, was an international youth and students event held in Calcutta, India on February 19–23, 1948

The Conference of Youth and Students of Southeast Asia Fighting for Freedom and Independence, also referred to as the Southeast Asian Youth Conference, was an international youth and students event held in Calcutta, India on February 19–23, 1948. It was co-organized by the World Federation of Democratic Youth and the International Union of Students. It has often been claimed that the conference was the starting point for a series of armed communist rebellions in different Asian countries.

Independence and Partition: the Erosion of Colonial Power in India. 13. Freedom, Trauma, Continuities: Northern India and Independence. N. Delhi, 1998, 267 pp. 14. Butalia U. The Other Side of Violence: Voices from the Partition of India. 1975, 572 pp. 16. Joshi Shashi.

Major, ‘The Chief Sufferers : Abduction of Women During the Partition of the Punjab’, in Freedom, Trauma, Continuities: Northern India and Independence, eds, D. A. Low and H. Brasted (New Delhi: Sage, 1998), pp. 57–73. 6. H. V. Hodson, The Great Divide: an (London: Hutchinson, 1969). P. Menon, The Transfer of Power in India (London: Longmans, 1957). CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Contemporary South Asia, Vol. 25, Issue. East Bengal Refugees and their Rehabilitation in India, 1947–79’, in Low, D. and Brasted, Howard (ed., Freedom, Trauma, Continuities: Northern India and Independence (New Delhi: Sage 1998), pp. 115–116. 39 See Kaur, Since 1947; Talbot, Divided Cities,; Butalia, Urvashi, The Other Side of Silence: Voices from the Partition of India (New Delhi: Penguin, 1998); Pippa Virdee, ‘Partition and Locality: Case Studies of the Impact of Partition and Its Aftermath in the Punjab Region 1947–61’, Unpublished P. Thesis, Coventry University, 2005; Talbot, Ian and Tatla, Darshan Singh.

After India gained its freedom from British rule 70 years ago, bilateral . India and Pakistan clashed over Kashmir soon after their independence.

After India gained its freedom from British rule 70 years ago, bilateral relations with Germany began to be shaped for the first time by an independent Indian government. This knowledge shattered the "semi-civilized" colonial image of India and was welcomed by the nascent anticolonial movement.