Brad Bullock, Randolph’s Charles A. Dana Professor of Sociology, recently contributed an article to a special issue of the peer-reviewed journal South Asian Diaspora.
Indo-Caribbean diaspora, foreign policy, and iterations of Hindu identity, co-authored with Sabita Manian, appeared in the special issue, entitled South Asian Diasporas and (Imaginary) Homelands: Transnationalism and Representations in the 21st Century.
The article considers the dynamics between religion and South Asian politics and follows work they presented in Paris in 2018.
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Another paper by Bullock and Manian, Exit West: Novel Narratives of Migration, Identity and the “Right to Be,” will be published in an upcoming issue of the prestigious European journal, Textus.Tags: Brad Bullock, Faculty Scholarship, sociology