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Questions of Identity in Assam
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Questions of Identity in Assam
Location, Migration, Hybridity

First Edition
  • Nandana Dutta - Department of English, Gauhati University, Assam, India


September 2012 | 308 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Questions of Identity in Assam: Location, Migration, Hybridity addresses the identity problem in Assam, keenly affected as it is, by the realities of migration and hybridity. The book provides an overview of these issues as they are reflected in the region, and covers the period from the conclusion of the Assam Movement till the present.

The Assam Movement spawned a culture of violence which led to the emergence of insurgent outfits in the state. This resulted in the naturalization of violence as a part of everyday living. From this vantage point, the book offers a reading of identity as determined by the anxiety surrounding the presence of the migrants. In this book, the issue of migration is seen through the perspective of the society that receives the migrants and defines itself through a negative response to the other.

Introduction

 
The Conditions of Knowledge: Location, Migration and Hybridity

 
The Assam Movement: Thirty Years On

 
Memories and Violence: Remembering the Assam Movement

 
Identity Questions

 
Framing the Question: Who Are the Assamese?

 
 
Conclusion: Shifting the Terrain, Renewing the Narrative
 
Bibliography
 
Index

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ISBN: 9788132105114
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