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  1. " Why Did We Have the Partition?" The Making of a Research Interest.Satish Saberwal - 2005 - Journal of Research Practice 1 (1):Article M3.
    This "case study" examines the shaping of a research interest. It turns on the Partition of the South Asian subcontinent in 1947, leading to the Independence and establishment of the sovereign states of Pakistan and India. The Partition was a climax within a pattern of recurrent violence in the name of Hindus and Muslims for several generations before 1947, a pattern that recurs at lower intensity continually. This study explores the emerging of an interest in the social origins of the (...)
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  • Jinnah and the Theatre of Politics.Devji Faisal - 2013 - .
    In this essay I will look at the way in which Pakistan’s founder, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, managed to lead Muslims without claiming to resemble them in any way. His heretical background, anglicized character, and sheer arrogance instead served to augment rather than detract from Jinnah’s popularity, because he represented a politics based on novelty rather than heredity, artifice rather than authenticity. Muslim politics in colonial India was founded upon the rejection of blood-and-soil forms of nationality, which could only define the (...)
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  • A Sinhala Buddhist "Babu": Anagarika Dharmapala and the Bengal Connection.Sarath Amunugama - 1991 - Social Science Information 30 (3):555-591.
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