The opening essay by Pierre Gottschlich discusses the socio-economic and political aspects of the Indian communities in Mauritius, Fiji, Singapore, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, the UK and New Zealand, and as such provides a broad overview of the cultural and geopolitical diversity of the Indian diaspora, its history and developments, specific circumstances and periods of settlement.This transnational trajectory of the Indian diaspora is further traced in the next few essays.Situated within the corpus of the ever-growing academic inquiries like Vijay Mishra's The Literature of the Indian Diaspora: Theorizing the Diasporic Imaginary (2007), Susan Koshy and R.
A 64-page catalog has been published for the occasion by Watts Art Publications that includes a feature essay by Los Angeles based writer and curator Anuradha Vikram and introduction by Patricia Watts, Consulting Curator for the Marin Community Foundation.
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Gebhardt, Jürgen Brandt, Hartwig Stöckmann, Ingo Herold-Schmidt, Hedwig Voigt, Friedemann Zimmermann, Clemens Härter, Karl Pahlow, Louis Scholz-Löhnig, Cordula Häseler, Jens Gladigow, Burkhard Sokoll, Thomas Kretschmann, Carsten Popplow, Marcus Lehmann-Brauns, Sicco Spehr, Christopher Ehmer, Josef Eder, Franz X. European traders first appeared in India at the end of the fifteenth century and began exporting goods to Europe as well as to other parts of Asia.
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Wide-ranging in scope and scholarly in outlook, Tracing the New Indian Diaspora offers an important and timely exploration into the complex and dynamic nature of the Indian diaspora.
It tries to re-examine established notions of identity, home, location and/or belonging and search for newer paradigms for the concepts of hybridisation, dislocation and/or alienation and their myriad representations within the global Indian diaspora.
Revista de Historia Económica / Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, Vol. By bringing together and examining the existing literature, the author provides a fascinating overview of the impact of European trade on the pre-modern Indian economy which will be of value to students of Indian, European and colonial history.
Reith, Reinhold Antonin, Daniela Ducheyne, Steffen Allousch, Jasmin Beyrer, Klaus Didczuneit, Veit Sparn, Walter Czeguhn, Ignacio Schwerhoff, Gerd Rudersdorf, Tina Asch, Ronald G. In a detailed analysis of the trading operations of European corporate enterprises such as the English and Dutch East India Companies, as well as those of private European traders, this book considers how, over a span of three centuries, the Indian economy expanded and was integrated into the pre-modern world economy as a result of these interactions.
He was born at the village of Barla in the Muzzafarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh.
After retirement from Government Ordnance Factory he lived in Dehradun where he died of complications arising out of stomach cancer on 17 November 2013.