Go Home!

Buchanan, R. H. (Ed.). (2018). Go Home!. Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 320 pages, ISBN - 1936932016 “Go Home!” is an inclusive collection of experiences of immigration and diaspora. The book contains essays, short stories and poems written by thirty-one A...

Migrants, Refugees and the Stateless in South Asia

Ghosh, Partha S. (2016), Migrants, Refugees and the Stateless in South Asia. Sage, New Delhi, pp. 356, ISBN: 978-93-515-0854-0 (HB).   Migrants, Refugees and the Stateless in South Asia is a meticulous text which offers a comprehensive picture of different ...

Human Geopolitics: States, Emigrants and the Rise of Diaspora Institutions

Gamlen, Alan John (2019), Human Geopolitics: States, Emigrants and the Rise of Diaspora Institutions. Oxford University Press, 352 pages, ISBN-13: 9780198833499. The need to invest into human resources has become much more evident in these times where focus is on acquiring skilled and benefic...

India Moving: A History of Migration

Tumbe, Chinmay (2018), India Moving: A History of Migration, Viking Penguin, Pages: 304, ISBN: 978-0670089833 Migration is a diverse area which has attracted scholars from different field of study; with the rising importance to the field in recent times the volumes of scholarly works have inc...

Hadhramaut and its Diaspora: Yemeni Politics, Identity, and Migration

Brehony, Noel (2017), Hadhramaut and its Diaspora: Yemeni Politics, Identity, and Migration, London: I. B. Tauris, 320 pages. The valley of Hadhramaut stretches over 370 miles, which has helped preserve a unique local Hadrami identity for centuries. Establishment of two influential Kingdoms Q...

India Moving: A History of Migration

Tumbe, Chinmay (2018). India Moving: A History of Migration, Vikings Penguin Random House India, 304 pages, e-ISBN: 978-9-353-05163-1 Migration has always been a heated topic and more so in current times when the politics of numerous political parties in the country depends upon this, wh...

Forgotten Migrant Children and their Education During Pandemic

Movement is indicative of life. But it might seem undesirable to think about people on move when the indiscriminate movement of a virus has halted almost everything. Some privileged may cherish it as relaxing holiday. However, it got worse each day for many. Particularly for internal migrants who...

COVID-19 and the Distress Reverse Migration in India: A Gendered Perspective

School of International Studies, JNU, New Delhi   The heart-wrenching images of the migrant workers walking back to their native places because of the COVID crisis, actually, reflects a larger problem that India has been facing for a long time. The COVID-19 just triggered the ex...

A Short Biography of Tun V.T.Sambanthan : An Indian Leader From Malaya ( Malaysia)

Dr.Ganesan Shanmugavelu,  Institute of Teacher Education Ipoh Campus, Malaysia and Prof. Dr.Balakrishnan Parasuraman, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan   Introduction Thirunyanasambanthan s/o Veerasamy, also known as V.T. Sambanthan, is the 5th President of Malaysian Indian ...

COVID-19: Vulnerability of Refugee and Migrant Workers

Feroz Khan, Research Associate, Institute for Research and Development in School Education (IRDSE), Modern School  Sadananda Sahoo, Assistant Professor, School of Inter-Disciplinary and Trans-Disciplinary Studies (SOITS), IGNOU   Epidemics have had its impact on the human ci...

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