Refugees

The New Nomadic Age: Archaeologies of Forced and Undocumented Migration

Yannis Hamilakis
Equinox Publishing Ltd
2018

Different Identity Formations in Bengal Partition Narratives by Dalit Refugees

Author(s): 
Sarbani Banerjee
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Taylor and Francis Online
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1369801X.2016.1277154

Abstract: This essay examines the representation of Dalit refugees’ experiences in post-Partition West Bengal through Adhir Biswas’ memoirs Deshbhager smriti ([Biswas, Adhir. 2010. Deshbhager Smriti. 4 vols. Kolkata: Gangchil], Bengali) and Allar jomite paa ([Biswas, Adhir. 2012. Allar jomite paa. Kolkata: Gangchil], Bengali) and Manoranjan Byapari’s autobiographical work Itibritte chandal jibon ([Byapari, Manoranjan. 2012. Itibritte Chandal Jibon. 1 vol. Kolkata: Kolkata Prakashan], Bengali).

Memories of the 1947 Bengal Partition and Its Aftermath: Tanvir Mokammel’s Seemantorekha

Sumallya Mukhopadhyay
SAGE
2021

Inherited Memories: Third Generation Perspectives on Partition in the East

Firdous Azim
Zubaan Books
2020

Post partition rehabilitation social economic and political perspectives a case study of Delhi

Sharma, Shruti
Panjab University
2005

Bengal Partition Refugees at Sealdah Railway Station, 1950–60

Sengupta, Anwesha
Sage Pub
2021

Contesting refugeehood: squatting as survival in post-partition Calcutta

Sanyal, Romola
T and F online

The Refugee Colonies of Kolkata: History, Politics and Memory

Sengupta, Anwesha
Sahapedia
2019

Recovering the Silenced Voices

Author(s): 
Choudhury, Mousumi
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Journalijar
www.journalijar.com/article/38058/recovering-the-silenced-voices-the-plight-and-trauma-of-kaibarta-partition-refugees-of-sonbeel-barak-valley-of-assam/

The historiography of the Partition of India, the creative literature andthe films evoked out of the pangs of Partition are primarily concerned withthe Partition of Punjab and Bengal. Assam as the third site of Partition remained under the veil of silence for nearly six decades. In recent years, academic interventions are forthcoming to unveil the human history of the Partition of Assam which triggered a huge forced migration of population in the Brahmaputra Valley, Barak Valley and the hill areas of Assam.

Meghe Dhaka Tara

April, 1960
Ritwik Ghatak
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0054073/

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