Table of contents for Gender, conflict, and migration / editor, Navnita Chadha Behera.

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Contents
SERIES INTRODUCTION
Acknowledgements
1 Engendering Forced Migration: Concepts, Methods and Policies
Navnita Chadha Behera
2 Muktir Gaan (Songs of Freedom), the Raped Woman and Migrant 
 Identities of the Bangladesh War 
 Nayanika Mookherjee
3 Speaking Violence: Pakistani Women's Narratives of Partition
 Furrukh A. Khan
4 Violence and Home: Afghan Women's Experience of Displacement
 Saba Gul Khattak
5 Migration/Dislocation: A Gendered Perspective
 Urvashi Butalia
6 Women after Partition: Remembering the Lost World in a Life without Future
 Anasua Basu Raychaudhury
7 Between Tamil and Muslim: Women Mediating Multiple Identities in 
 A New War 
 Darini Rajasingham-Senanayake
8 Contesting 'Infantalization' of Forced Migrant Women 
 Rita Manchanda
9 Gender, Borders and Transversality: The Emerging Women's Movement 
 in the Burma-Thailand Borderlands
 Mary O'Kane
10 Can the Women Flee?-Gender-based Persecution, Forced Migration 
 and Asylum Law in South Asia
 Oishik Sircar
11 Gender-Based Persecution: The Case of South Asian Asylum Applicants in the UK
 Anthony Good
About the Editors and Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women refugees -- South Asia.
Refugees -- South Asia.
Forced migration -- South Asia.
Conflict management -- South Asia.