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Published: 03 September 2020 (Estimated)

259 Pages

ISBN: 9780199489350


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The Rohingya

An Ethnography of 'Subhuman' Life

Author Professor Nasir Uddin

  • This book is good for academics and scholars working on Political Anthropology. It is a detailed enthnographic research on the Rohingyas . Given the emerging South Asis focus among the academic world, it is only imperative, if not obvious, for such book to be more available in the market.
  • It deals with violence and forced migration studies, human rights and civil war studies which is a very popular and topical area of studies in the market.
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