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Published: 06 September 2018 (Estimated)

328 Pages | Yes

ISBN: 9780199483624


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Indians and the Antipodes

Networks, Boundaries and Circulation

Edited by Sekhar Bandyopadhyay and Edited by Jane Buckingham

  • This is the first book that seeks to juxtapose histories of Indian migration to Australia and New Zealand in a comparative framework to show their interconnectedness as well as dissimilarities. Side by side with stories of collective suffering and struggles of the diaspora, it focuses on individual resilience, enterprise and social mobility. It analyses 'White Australia' and 'White New Zealand' policies of the early twentieth century to point to their interconnected histories. It also looks critically at the more recent migration, its changing nature and the challenges it poses to both the migrant communities and the host societies.
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