Questioning Global Muslim Diaspora: Tahmima Anam’s The Good Muslim

Wars have unquestionably depressing impacts on its survivors. What history tells us about war is that the survivors, by and large, endure a psychological crisis due to the horrific events they frequently encounter. The connection between Islam and terrorism turns out to be a hotly debated subject...

Migration and Ethnicity as Determinants of Health and Well-being: A Public Health Perspective

Human Migration is increasingly becoming as one of the most important social phenomena in ‘time’ and ‘space’ across all human society in this globalizing world and thus has changed the demographic-structural landscape at the receiving destination. It is also both great opp...

HILL TO PLAIN: CAUSES AND IMPACTS OF INTERNAL MIGRATION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN BANGLADESH

Various factors are related in internal migration of indigenous peoples from their ancestral places, that is hill, to the plain areas. This article aims to find out the pull and push factors of the indigenous migration. The study has been conducted in Chittagong Export Processing Zone at Chittago...

Difference and Marginalisation in Ramabai Espinet’s The Swinging Bridge

This study aims to interrogate the difference and marginalisation in Indian diaspora through an Indo-CaribbeanCanadian writer Ramabai Espinet’s novel The Swinging Bridge. It will largely focus on various issues of Indian immigrants in Caribbean. Indian Diaspora is a largest diaspora with di...

DIASPORA AND DIPLOMACY: THE STUDY OF INDIAN DIASPORA IN THE UNITED STATES

Globalization of the present century has created a global village connecting people of various regions, socio-economic, political and cultural backgrounds. Today International relations is about interconnectedness among population of different countries. In the recent years where government is be...

Changing identities of the symbol, ‘OM’: crossing borders, conflicting identities and violence in 1947

Long drawn debates in symbolic anthropology have projected the idea of symbols sustaining definitive meanings governed by fixed structures of identity and territory. This paper aims to highlight not only the shift in understanding of symbolism from a structuralist to a post structuralist framewor...

Construing the Rohingya Crisis: Tracing in difference and Injustice in a Narrative of Displacement and Refugee

This paper endeavours to engage with the Rohingya crisis, visually explained as the boat people. The attempt is to transcend the immediate context of a stranded people and explore the larger world of reference, compelling the people to take suicidal voyage. In absolute definiteness, their lives u...

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