Table of contents for The ingrained art of survival : the nexus between competence and migration as reflected in refugee biographies / Louis Henri Seukwa ; English translation from the German original by Catherine Schwerin.


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1. GLOBAL AND MEDIEVAL: India's
Schizophrenic Economy 23
2. THE BURRA SAHIBS: The Long
Tentacles of India's State 63
3. BATTLES OF THE RIGHTEOUS: The Rise
of India's Lower Castes 105
4. THE IMAGINARY HORSE: The  Continuing
Threat of Hindu Nationalism 143
5. LONG LIVE THE SYCOPHANTS!: The Congress Party's
Continuing Love Affair with the
Nehru-Gandhi Dynasty 180
6. MANY CRESCENTS: South Asia's
Divided Muslims 218
7. A TRIANGULAR DANCE: Why  India's  Relations
with the United States and China
Will Shape the World in the
Twenty-first Century 257
8. NEW INDIA, OLD INDIA: The Many-Layered
Character of Indian Modernity 295
CONCLUSION: HERS TO LOSE: India's Huge
Opportunities and Challenges
in the Twenty-first Century 328
NOTES 357



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Children of immigrants Education Germany Hamburg, Refugees Education Germany Hamburg, Multicultural education Germany Hamburg, Africans Germany Hamburg Social conditions, Africa Emigration and immigration Social aspects, Refugees Germany Hamburg Social conditions, Adolescent psychology Germany, Youth Germany Hamburg, intercultural competence