Table of contents for The partition motif in contemporary conflicts / edited by Smita Tewari Jassal and Eyal Ben-Ari.

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 Introduction: The Partition Motif: Concepts, Comparisons, Considerations
 Smita Tewari Jassal and Eyal Ben-Ari
 Borders, Spaces and Maps 
1. Partition as a Challenge to the ¿Homogeneous¿ German Nation 
Ina Dietzch
2. De-partitioning Society: Contesting Borders of the Mind in Bangladesh and India 
 Kathinka Sinha-Kerkhoff and Ellen Bal
3. The Cartographic Imagination: British Mandate Palestine 
 Efrat Ben Zeev
4. Constructing Palestine through Surveillance Practices 
 Elia Zureik
 Narrative Experience and Displacement 
5. Partition Violence in Memory and Performance: The Punjabi Dhadi Tradition 	
 Michael Nijhawan
6. Memories of a Lost Home: Partition in the Fiction of the Subcontinent 
 Alok Bhalla
7. A Homeland Torn Apart: Partition in a Palestinian Refugee Camp
 Nina Gren 
 Social Structures, Constructions and Images 
8. Partition and Partings: The Paradox of German Kinship Ties
Tatjana Thelen
9. Partition of Bengal or Creation of a ¿Nation¿? Memories of Difference 
 Habibul Haq Khondker
10. The Surung (Tunnel) of Madanpura: Partition Motif in Benaras
 Vasanthi Raman
11. Living in the Shadow of Emergency in Palestine 
 Hunaida Ghanim
12. Partition in Contemporary Struggles Over Religious Spaces in Bhopal 
 Ursula Rao
 Healing, Reconciliation and Comparative Dimensions 
13. Collective Memory and Obstacles to Reconciliation Efforts in Israel 
 Zvi Bekerman
14. North Korea South Korea: One Korea and the Relevance of German Reunification 
 John Borneman
About the Editors and Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Partition, Territorial.
Political violence.
Ethnic conflict.