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positions (2021) 29 (2): 319–346.
Published: 01 May 2021
... in both the archive and public sphere alongside ethnographic work conducted with Sikh immigrants who work in canneries and the fields. The aim is to pause in the present impasse to consider the nonbecoming of unknown forms—an ethnographic “reaching and ungrasping” in which the future is not fixed...
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positions (2002) 10 (2): 471–502.
Published: 01 May 2002
... Indeed some of the force of nostalgia might arise from this very paradox of estrangement from experiences that are conventionally claimed as one’s own. Verne Dusenbery’s work on the support for Khalistan (a Sikh homeland in the Punjab) among...
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positions (2021) 29 (2): 229–233.
Published: 01 May 2021
... given birth to the greatest myth of the society of commodity fetishism: the dead can be re- animated. Critique of Archived Life: Toward a Hesitation of Sikh Immigrant Accumulation goes in a different direction, equally thick, where Rajbir Singh Judge and Jasdeep Singh Brar evaluate the Pioneering...
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positions (1993) 1 (3): 715–744.
Published: 01 August 1993
...-, or English-speaking and who are Buddhist, Taoist, or Christian), Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and Zoroastrians, not to mention Malay Muslims, “exist side by side under the protection of the Constitution of the Republic” (7). Singa- pore is, of course...
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positions (2011) 19 (1): 7–29.
Published: 01 February 2011
...- tional funding organizations (such as the United Nations Population Fund), and local religious leaders (especially from Hindu and Sikh communities) all proclaim their wish to “save the girl child.” It is vital at this difficult moment, when all...
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positions (1997) 5 (2): 551–577.
Published: 01 May 1997
... and contemporary conflicts rooted in homeland politics often shape nega- tive attitudes and stereotypes of students toward each other (e.g., Cambodian/ Vietnamese, VietnameseKhinese, KoreadJapanese, Mainland/Taiwan/ Hong Kong Chinese, Sikh/Hindu...
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positions (2006) 14 (3): 717–747.
Published: 01 August 2006
... is it written . . . ?” until the end of her monologue), she also significantly omits the diversity of religious groups that Pratap refers to (while Pratap says, “I am a Hindu, I am a Muslim, I am a Sikh,” and so on, Khanvilkar only speaks of Hindus...
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positions (2017) 25 (1): 195–221.
Published: 01 February 2017
..., Lucky Singh, who hails from a middle-­class Sikh fam- ily located in Delhi. The plot charts his troubled and delinquent childhood, romantic interests, his professional dilemmas, camaraderie and betrayals —  all interspersed by a comical...
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positions (2007) 15 (2): 429–448.
Published: 01 May 2007
... Edward, Homi and I would do, what hap- pens is that the caste Hindus or the big minorities — Muslim, Sikh, Parsi, Dalit — come up as Indians. Whereas, if one thinks of India itself as a mul- tiethnic, multicultural, precapitalist imperial...
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positions (1993) 1 (3): 779–804.
Published: 01 August 1993
... communities. The literature on regional states is most abundant for the eighteenth-century successor states to the Mogul empire Duara I Bifurcating Linear History 791 such as the Sikh and Maratha kingdoms. At one level...
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positions (2008) 16 (1): 39–77.
Published: 01 February 2008
... to the creation of Bangladesh in 1971; Sikhs in 1984 following the assassination of Indira Gandhi; Muslims in countless riots since the razing of the Ayodhya mosque in 1992. At times, trauma — a deep wounding — is used neither as alibi nor...