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	Ideas of South Asia. Symbolic Representations and Political Uses

Ideas of South Asia. Symbolic Representations and Political Uses

SAMAJ 10|2014

Aminah Mohammad-Arif, Blandine Ripert (ed.)
South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal,  [2014]

South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal

Ideas of South Asia

Symbolic Representations and Political Uses


edited by
Aminah Mohammad-Arif and Blandine Ripert


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9 | 2014
Imagining Bangladesh: Contested Narratives edited by Benjamin Zeitlyn, Manpreet K. Janeja & José Mapril (SAMAJ-EASAS Series)
8 | 2013
Delhi's Margins edited by Radhika Govinda (SAMAJ-EASAS Series)
7 | 2013
The Ethics of Self-Making in Postcolonial India edited by Uday Chandra & Atreyee Majumder

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