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CONTENTS List of Illustrations Acknowledgements 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 Index About the Editors and Contributors
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