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what's in a name?
Mar 13, 2017

A new book from SARI, France

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Edited: Mar 13, 2017

 

This book investigates the millennial history of the Indian subcontinent. Through the various methods adopted, the objects and moments examined, it questions various linguistic, literary and artistic appropriations of the past, to address the conflicting comprehensions of the present and also the figuring/imagining of a possible future.

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