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Gyanendra Pandey. Remembering Partition: violence, nationalism and history in India. Cambridge-New York, Cambridge University Press, 2001, 218 p.

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1 - The construction of communalism in North India, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1990.

2 - Les travaux sur ces régions et cette période dans une perspective génocidaire se sontmultipliés ces dernières années : Chatterjee, Joya, Bengal divided, Hindu communalism and Partition, 1932- 1947, Delhi, Cambridge University Press, 1995 ;Google Scholar Das, Suranjan, Communal riots in Bengal, 1905- 1947, Oxford-Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1998 ;Google Scholar Hasan, Mushirul (éd.), Inventing boundaries: gender, politics and the Partition of India, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2000 ;Google Scholar Hansen, Anders Bjorn, Partition and genocide: manifestation of violence in Punjab, 1937-1947, New Delhi, India Research Press, 2002.Google Scholar

3 - Cf. Butalia, Urvasi, The other side of silence: voices from the Partition of India, New Delhi, Penguin Books, 1999 ;Google Scholar Ritumenon, et Bhasin, Kamla, Borders and boundaries: Women in India's Partition, New Delhi,Vedams Books, 1998 ;Google Scholar Veenadas, (éd.), Mirrors of violence. Communities, riots and survivor in South Asia, Oxford-Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1990;Google Scholar ID. , Critical events. An anthropological perspective on contemporary India, Oxford-Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1995.

4 - Delhi, Viking, 1993.

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