Migrations in South Asia

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This series studies the historical processes of migration and interrogates contemporary forms of migrations in South Asia. It explores the experiences of refugeehood due to partition, redrawing of borders, civil wars, and ethnic conflicts, climate induced migration, development related displacement, attempts to control hitherto free cross-border movements of certain populations, and internal and international labour migration in the South Asian region. These and changes in the contemporary global economics have majorly affected the geopolitics of the region as well as the world.

The series will be of interest to researchers interested in migration studies, questions of citizenship, labour processes, urbanisation, agrarian changes, structural violence, and state policies.