ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Genealogy of Violence

Partition and Genocide: Manifestation of Violence in Punjab 1937-1947 by Anders Bjorn Hansen; India Research Press, New Delhi, SUDHANYA DASGUPTA MUKHERJEE There has been a renewed interest in Partition in India in the last decade, prompting it to re-emerge as a major area of inquiry, especially in disciplines like anthropology and history, and to impact other social sciences. It has produced a vast and diverse body of works and debates. While a majority of these works have focused on partition itself and investigated its various dimensions

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