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2017, 1, Routledge studies in anthropology, ISBN 1138229989, Volume 35., x, 192 pages
Previous studies have analysed Indian classical dance as an expression of Indian religious and nationalist culture, examining the art form solely in the... 
Ethnic identity | India Emigration and immigration | Dance and transnationalism | East Indians | Great Britain Ethnic relations | Dance | Social aspects | India | Dance History | Social & Cultural Anthropology | Religion | Ethnic Identity | Postcolonialism | Gender | Globalisation | Diaspora Studies | Great Britain | Nationalism
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Canadian journal for traditional music, ISSN 1920-4213, 01/2017, Volume 44, Issue 1, pp. 163 - XV
The twentieth-century “reconstruction” of Indian classical dance forms can be regarded as part of a larger nationalist push to assert a sense of enduring... 
Diaspora | Dance history | Postcolonialism | History | Multiculturalism & pluralism | Indian culture | Colonialism | Transnationalism | Dance | Dancers & choreographers | Cultural identity | Fanon, Frantz (1925-1961) | Intergenerational relationships
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