Domicile and Diaspora: Anglo-Indian Women and the Spatial Politics of Home
July 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
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Series Editors’ Preface.
1 Domicile and Diaspora: An Introduction.
Home, Memory and Nostalgia.
2 At Home in British India: Imperial Domesticity and National Identity.
Domicile and Domesticity.
‘Land of our Mothers’.
Home, Identity and Nationality.
3 Home, Community and Nation: Domesticating Identity and Embodying Modernity.
Home, Community and Nation.
4 Colonization and Settlement: Anglo-Indian Homelands.
Homelands and Settlements.
Anglo-Indian Colonization and Settlement.
Dreams of the Future.
5 Independence and Decolonization: Anglo-Indian Resettlement in Britain.
Migration and Resettlement.
Britishness, Whiteness and Mixed Descent.
Documenting Paternity and Recolonizing Identity.
Embodied Identities and the Limits of Familiarity.
6 Mixed Descent, Migration and Multiculturalism: Anglo-Indians in Australia since 1947.
Anglo-Indians in White Australia.
Anglo-Indian Migration in the Wake of HMAS Manoora.
From ‘Race’ to ‘Culture’.
From White Australia to Multiculturalism.
Anglo-Indians in Multicultural Australia.
7 At Home in Independent India: Post-Imperial Domesticity and National Identity.
Staying on in India.
Nationality and Community.
Anglo-Indian Women in Independent India.
Home and Work.
8 Domicile and Diaspora: Conclusions.
Appendix 1 Archival Sources.
Appendix 2 Interviews and Focus Groups.