Book Review Sites of Asian Interaction: Ideas, Networks and Mobility edited by Tim Harper and Sunil Amrith [Book Review]

Swami Narasimhananda
Prabuddha Bharata
A collection of essays originally published in a special issue of Modern Asia Studies in March 2012, this volume comprises the interactions of various cultures including Singapore, Ladakh, Penang, and Istanbul. It also traces interactions over the sea and between various religious spaces. Businesses or inter-Asian joint-ventures are also included. Edited by professors of history, this book is a welcome addition to the scarce literature on transnational interactions within Asia.
Keywords Diaspora  Asia  India
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