Partition and the Practice of Memory

Partition and the Practice of Memory

Murphy, Anne; Mahn, Churnjeet

Springer International Publishing AG

12/2017

280

Dura

Inglês

9783319645155

15 a 20 dias


Versão ebook 86,99 €

This edited collection attends to the locations of memory along and about the Indo-Pakistan and Indo-Bangladesh borders and the complex ways in which such memories are both allowed for and erased in the present.
Chapter 1: Introduction; Churnjeet Mahn and Anne Murphy (editors).- Section 1: Commemoration in the Everyday.- Chapter 2: Music and its Many Memories: Complicating 1947 for the Punjab; Radha Kapuria (King's College London, PhD Candidate).- Chapter 3: From Udero lal in Sindh to Ulhasnagar in Maharashtra: Partition and memories across borders in the tradition of Jhulelal; Michel Boivin (Director of Research at National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) & Member, Centre for South Asian Studies (CEIAS)) & Bhavna Rajpal (University of Westminster, PhD Candidate).- Chapter 4: Between Mini-India and Sonar Bangla: Memorialisation and Place-Making Practices of East Bengal Hindu Refugees in the Andaman Islands; Philipp Zehmisch (Center for Advanced Studies, Munich, Research Fellow).- Section 2: The Archive and the Literary.- Chapter 5: The Story of Partition at the Intersection of the Official and the Alternate Archives; Pallavi Chakravarty (Assistant Professor, Ambedkar University Delhi).- Chapter 6: Narrating Trauma, Constructing Binaries, Affirming Agency: Partition in Muslim Women's Autobiographical Writing; Siobhan Lambert-Hurley (University of Sheffield, Reader in International History).- Chapter 7: Relocating the Memory of the Partition in Bapsi Sidhwa's Defend Yourself Against Me; Daniela Vitolo (University "L'Orientale" - Naples, PhD Candidate) .- Chapter 8: Poetics of Pain: Writing Women's Memory of Partition; Anne Castaing (CNRS, Paris, Research Fellow).- Section 3: Specters of Partition within the Lived Present.- Chapter 9: The Gulbarg Memorial and the Problem of Memory; Heba Ahmed (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, PhD Candidate).- Chapter 10: The Shahbag protest and imagining an "ideal" Bangladesh; Sanchari De (Jadavpur University, Kolkata/ Lund University, Sweden PhD Candidate/EMINTE Scholar).- Chapter 11: Remembering a lost presence: The specter of Partition in the stories of Lahore-based Punjabi-language author Zubair Ahmed; Anne Murphy (University of British Columbia, Canada, Associate Professor).- Chapter 12: Memory in Ruins: Past Presents' in the Aam Khas Bagh; Churnjeet Mahn (University of Strathclyde, Senior Lecturer).
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