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Partition: politics, memory and identity

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Following the seminar on ‘The Indian National Movement’, this lecture proposes a comparative analysis of selected visual records, interviews and private papers documenting several fictionalized narratives as well as first-hand experiences of Partition. The lecture includes sub-thematic strands that look at gender, military and diplomatic conflict. (Participants might find some of the images disturbing.)

This talk is part of the Visual Rhetoric and modern South Asian History, Michaelmas 2016 series.

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