Kinship Identity and Issues of Nationalism: Female Abandonment in Calcutta

In Lina Fruzzetti & Sirpa Tenhunen (eds.), Culture, Power, and Agency: Gender in Indian Ethnography. Stree. pp. 1--20 (2006)

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