Memory

Beyond Sentimentality: “Tale” of an Alternate Bhadramahila Refugee

Sarbani Banerjee
The Open Humanities Press (OHP)
2018

‘A certain terror’: corporeality and religion in narratives of the 1947 India/Pakistan partition

Anindya Raychaudhuri
Oral History Forum d'historie Oral
2017

The Persistence of Partitions: A Study of the Sindhi Hindus in India

Author(s): 
Rita Kothari
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Taylor and Francis Online
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1369801X.2011.597597

Abstract: This essay is based on my engagement with the Sindhi-speaking Hindu minority of Sindh that migrated to India in and around 1947, when the province of Sindh became a part of Pakistan. It privileges therefore a specific religious group and its response and negotiation to a specific moment. My current research on Sindhi-speaking Muslims along the border interrogates the classification of ‘Sindhis’ as a spatially fixed identity, and revisits the state-endorsed premises of irrevocability and border-formation.

Memories and Postmemories of the Partition of India

Anjali Roy
Routledge
2021

Acts of memory : cultural recall in the present

Bal, Mieke
Spitzer , Leo
Crewe, Jonathan
Dartmouth College Press
1998

Mottled Dawn

Manto, Saadat Hasan
Penguin India
2012

At the Time of Partition

Alvi, Moniza
Bloodaxe Books
2013

What the Body Remembers

Singh Bal, Shauna
Rupa Publications
2011

India’s Lost Frontiers

Singh, Raghvendra
Rupa Publications
2019

India Cried That Night: Untold Tales of Freedom’s Foot Soldiers

Sarkar, Supratim
Rupa Publications
2018

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