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Title: Ethno-narratives: Identity and experience in North East India
Authors: Bhattacharjee, Sukalpa, Ed.
Dev, Rajesh, Jt. Ed.
Keywords: Identity and experience in North East India
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Resistance in verse by Sajal Nag
Narratives claims and identity impasse: The experiences of the nowhere people by Rajesh Dev
Wisdom and reason: Decolonizing ethnography in North East India by Prasenjit Biswas
Representation of gender: Marginality in the visual narrative of M H Barbhuyan by Moushumi Kandali
The failed narratives of North East India: Sujata Miri's the broken circle by Sukalpa Bhattacharjee
Negotiating frontier spaces: Narratives and the idea of a Goalparia identity by Sanghamitra Misra
Myths, tradition and identity: Women in Khasi matriliny by Patricia Mukhim
Issue Date: 18-Jan-2013
URI: http://dspace.nehu.ac.in/handle/1/8891
ISBN: 81-8364-010-9
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