Living Stories of Anglo-Indian Women in Kolkata
AbstractSudarshana Sen draws on the life stories of two women from different social classes to illustrate the significance of class position, relative to advantages they have of being able to identify as an Anglo-Indian. The life stories were collected as part of the Sen’s PhD research which looked at the experiences of two generations of Anglo-Indian women in Kolkata.
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