Food and Language As Markers of Identity: The Anglo-Indian Community's Survival since Partition, Part II
Isha Doshi’s piece is Part 11 of her dissertation on Anglo-Indian cuisine and language, titled: “Food and Language as Markers of Identity: The Anglo-Indian Community’s Survival Since Partition”. Part 1 is published in the previous issue of IJAIS, Vulume 11, number 1, 2011.
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