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	Imagining Bangladesh: Contested Narratives

Imagining Bangladesh: Contested Narratives

SAMAJ 9|2014

Benjamin ZEITLYN , Manpreet K. JANEJA , José APRIL
Benjamin Zeitlyn, Manpreet K. Janeja, José Mapril (ed.)
South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal,  [2014]

SAMAJ-EASAS Series

Series editors: Margret Frenz and Roger Jeffery.

This thematic issue is the second in a series of issues jointly co-edited by SAMAJ and the European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS).

 

Accessible in full at http://samaj.revues.org/3704

 

Introduction. Imagining Bangladesh: Contested Narratives

by Benjamin Zeitlyn, Manpreet K. Janeja and José Mapril

 

Field of Dreams: Imagining Development and Un-Development at a Gas Field in Sylhet

by Katy Gardner, Zahir Ahmed, Mohammad Masud Rana and Fatema Bashar

 

The State of Relief on the Bangladesh-India Border

by Delwar Hussain

 

Art of Bangladesh: the Changing Role of Tradition, Search for Identity and Globalization

by Lala Rukh Selim

 

Watching the International Crimes Tribunal from London

by Benjamin Zeitlyn

 

A Shahid Minar in Lisbon: Long Distance Nationalism, Politics of Memory and Community among Luso-Bangladeshis

by José Mapril

 

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