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India and Her Diaspora in the South Pacific

 
Adesh Pal (Editor) Tapas Chakrabarti (Editor)
Synopsis

A study of the Indian diaspora in the South Pacific, the volume takes up the historical linkages of the diaspora and highlights aspects of their existence such as their political and moral resilience over the decades. Focusing on Indians in Fiji, Australia and New Zealand, it shows that they are distinct in their own way and their issues vary. It covers the diverse natures of the diaspora—from the politically charged in Fiji to the placid and predictable Indians in New Zealand—and throw light on their concerns such as struggle for settlement and integration of the Punjabi diaspora, political readjustment of the Indians in Fiji and racial and economic tensions, and importance of Indian films in the diasporic context.

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About the authors

Adesh Pal

Dr. Adesh Pal is Professor in the Department of English and also the Director of the Centre for Indian Diaspora and Cultural Studies, Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, patan. He worked on John Keats for his doctoral research, and published a book on Keats. He is deeply interest in literary and cultural theories. He edited the book entitled “Decolonization: A Search for Alternatives” (2001). He has also Contributed a number of research articles to standard journals.

Tapas Chakrabarti

Dr. Tapas Chakrabarti is Reader in the Department of English, Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan. He worked on Amitav Ghosh for his doctoral research. He has co-edited one book on John Keats and another on “Decolonization: A Search for Alernatives” (2001). He has several research articles published to his credit.

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Bibliographic information

Title India and Her Diaspora in the South Pacific
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2012
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Creative Books
Language: English
isbn 8180430979
length 411p., Illustrations; Some Colour; 3 Colour; Maps; 22cm.