International Journal of Anglo-Indian Studies

The International Journal of Anglo-Indian Studies publishes scholarship relevant to the Anglo-Indian experience that draws on current theory to understand that experience, interrogates literature and other types of media depicting Anglo-Indians, and engages with contemporary and historical issues for Anglo-Indians in India and the diaspora. We also welcome and encourage comparative scholarship which places the Anglo-Indian experience in dialogue with that of other social groups. 

 

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The editors are currently accepting submissions for the next General Issue.

Please send submissions directly to both editors at: botto@berkeley.edu and R.Andrews@massey.ac.nz

 
Posted: 2017-12-07
 

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The archive section of the journal is being built, with a number of issues now on this site. For the issues not yet here please go to either: AngloIndians.com or to the previous home of IJAIS (which is soon to be decommisioned).  
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Vol 18, No 1 (2018): General Issue

Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial PDF
Brent Howitt Otto and Robyn Andrews
Gender, Community Identity and Norms Regarding Women’s Sartorial Choices: Responding to Designer Sabyasachi’s Remarks on the Sari from an Anglo-Indian Perspective PDF
Jyothsna Latha Belliappa
Between Two Worlds: Anglo-Indian Stereotypes And Malayalam Cinema PDF
Rajesh James and Priya Alphonsa Mathew

Book Reviews

BOOK REVIEW: Anglo-Indians and Minority Politics in South Asia: Race, Boundary Making and Communal Nationalism PDF
Dolores Chew