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Migrants and culture
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The essays will be of immense value to students of diaspora studies as they encompass significant cultural transformations over a long period of history. By SAGNIK DUTTA


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In this review I see only Trinidad mentioned. 'The Caribbean' is much
more then Trinidad alone. Indentured labourers were brought to Suriname,
Guyana, Jamaica, the French islands and other places too. I would like
to know if the Indian population in other Caribbean countries or islands
are also taken into consideration in this study, and if so, which
countries and islands?
from:  Usha
Posted on: Apr 29, 2013 at 03:39 IST
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