Life After Partition: Migration, Community and Strife in Sindh, 1947-1962

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Oxford University Press, 2005 - History - 240 pages
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By the 1990s, ethnic politics had come to dominate Sindh, with calls for Karachi to become a fifth province in its right. Life After Partition examines the historical background to these developments by focusing on events in the province in the years immediately following partition, when migrants from India and local people in Sindh found themselves living alongside each other in the newly created state of Pakistan. How far they retained distinctive notions of community and identity, and what its impact was on processes of accommodation and integration forms the main focus of this study of life in Sindh between 1947 and 1962.

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Community and Partition
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Community and Identity in Sindh before 1947
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Pattern of inward migration to Sindh 19011951
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About the author (2005)

Sarah Ansari is Reader at Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London. Her research interests focus on the recent history of South Asia, in particular those parts of the subcontinent that became Pakistan in 1947.

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