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About Ravinder Kaur

Ravinder Kaur teaches at the University of Roskilde, Denmark and is the author of Since 1947: Partition Narratives among Punjabi Migrants of Delhi (Oxford University Press, 2007)

Articles by Ravinder Kaur

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Kashmir: the elusive peace

India bristled at recent suggestions by the British foreign minister David Miliband that a resolution of the Kashmir dispute would help solve the problem of terrorism in south Asia. In the wake of the Mumbai attacks, New Delhi is in no mood for compromise.

India’s urban war: through the smoke

The assimilation of India's urban terror attacks into a global narrative of Islamist violence carries the danger that their domestic social and historical roots will be missed, says Ravinder Kaur.

India and Pakistan: partition lessons

The violent territorial rupture of 1947 and its legacy reveal partition to be conceptually flawed and historically ill-grounded as a solution to political antagonism, says Ravinder Kaur.

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