PARADOXES OF BELONGING—INDIVIDUALITY AND COMMUNITY IDENTITY
Rochelle Almeida’s article, “Paradoxes of Belonging—Individuality and Community Identity” is based on interviews she carried out in the wider London area over a few years with Anglo-Indians who migrated to the UK between 1947 and 1964. She argues that those early migrants had limited choices in how to settle, and identifies two principal tropes: one of rejection of Anglo-Indianness so as to assimilate, and another of creating an ethnic subculture with other Anglo-Indians.
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