Domicile and Diaspora: Anglo-Indian Women and the Spatial Politics of Home
"Domicile and Diaspora" investigates geographies of home and identity for Anglo-Indian women in the 50 years before and after Indian independence in 1947.
The first book to study the Anglo-Indian community past and present, in India, Britain and Australia.
The first book by a geographer to focus on a community of mixed descent.
Investigates geographies of home and identity for Anglo-Indian women in the 50 years before and after Indian independence in 1947.
Draws on interviews and focus groups with over 150 Anglo-Indians, as well as archival research.
Makes a distinctive contribution to debates about home, identity, hybridity, migration and diaspora.
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