AbstractThis special issue includes two articles based upon recent research on Anglo-Indians in small towns. One is by Upamanyu Sengupta on Anglo-Indians employed in the BPO sector in Secunderabad. The other is by Afrinul Haque Khan on Anglo-Indians in Ranchi and the shifting markers of their identity over three generations and much demographic change in the region. This issue also features an interview by Keith Butler with the renowned small town Anglo-Indian author Irwin Allan Sealy, about his novel "The Small Wild Goose Pagoda".
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