Loss and Exile: Refugees’ Experiences in Susan Abulhawa’s Mornings in Jenin

Susan Abulhawa’s debut novel Mornings in Jenin (2006) intricately captures the traumatic vicissitudes of the Palestinian refugees against the historical backdrop of the incessant Israel-Palestine political conflict. Delineating the pathetic turmoil of a Palestinian family across fou...

Understanding Educational Out-Migration: A Case Study of Himachal Pradesh

Efforts of the government to Universalize School Education have resulted in an increased demand for Higher Education on a large scale today. An outcome of which is very clearly visible in the large number of colleges and universities that have come up in the recent years. Students also mo...

International Migration and Remittances: A Nexus Between Migrants’ and Non Migrants’ Households

Punjab state occupies rank two in terms of outmigration and remittances in India. Punjab remains the pioneer state for outmigration to other developed and developing economies. Remittances, the direct outcome of the international migration and the local development are positively correlat...

Forced Migration: Plight of the Hindu Minority In Bangladesh and Present Crisis in Assam

The present study falls on the conflict induced forced migration. In this situation people are forced to leave their ancestral home for fear of life and property. Such people usually flee across the international borders in search of refuge or seek asylum under international law. Vari...

Transnational Dynamics and new Politics of Engagement: Role of Diasporas in South Asian conflicts

Research Monograph Series This paper is an attempt to understand the transnational links ofand strategies adopted by diasporas in engaging with their homelands vis-à-vis policies adopted by homelands in engaging its diasporas. It undertakes case studies of four South Asian conflict...

Migration and Its Psychological Impacts: A Study of Benyamin’s Novel Goat Days

Abstract   Migration is a process of social, cultural and psychological changes where an individual leaves one geographical area and settles down in a new geographical area. The reasons behind migration can be different, such as economic betterment, political upheaval, and ed...

Between the Native Land and the City: Negotiations and Experiences of the Santal Migrants in Kolkata

Abstract    India is the abode of hundreds of tribal communities constituting 8.2 percent of the total population of the country. The ‘adivasis’, as they are called, generally maintained a very contented, isolated and self-sufficient life with their fascinating rich ...

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