VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2 – June 2007
Printable version of Front and Back Covers
Popular perceptions versus authoritative constructions of South Asian historiographies.
Tasleem Shakur and Salman Al-Azami
Locating Agency Around the Funeral Pyre: Representation of Sati in Indian Women’s Writing.
No “holy cows” in Surinam: India, communal relations, identity politics, and the Hindostani Diaspora in Surinam.
Karthika Sinha-Kerkhoff and Ellen Bal
Colloquialism in Hindi Urdu.
The Development of Bengali Literature during Muslim Rule.
Abu Musa Mohammad Arif Billah
Literature and Film Reviews:
‘Psychoraag’ by Suhayl Saadi.
Reviewed by Hamish McD. Telfer
The Changing Trajectory of Social Movements in Rural India: Practising Anomalies and Conceptual Dilemmas, Paper presented by Professor Debal Singh Roy at the Social and Cultural Movements Group, Edge Hill University, on 6th June 2007. Reviewed by Roger Spalding