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Ourt documents trial proceedings and media coverage to address past or present injustices perceived to be misrepresented in official or public discourse; and activist impulses aimed at tackling a range issues such as domestic VIOLENCE RACIALIZED CRIME OR UNFAIR EMPLOYMENT racialized crime or unfair mployment deemed detrimental to individual communal and national solidarity and civic WellnessA Comprehensive Introduction To A comprehensive introduction to a range of South Asian Canadian writers and work this book serves as the first resource of its kind to specialists and non specialists interested in the South Asian Canadian diaspora and its peoples histories and literatures Asian South Asian Canadian and postcolonial literary studie.

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South Asian Canadian LiteratureOf the Canadian national narrative and as active participants in its xpressions and contestations of citizenship and belonging Theoretically grounded At The Intersection Between Diaspora And Citizenship Studies The Book the intersection between diaspora and citizenship studies the book how the writer's concerns of the citizenship regime have led to new forms for voicing South Asian Canadian xperience including the Her Cowboy Hero (Refuge Ranch emergence of the historical novel to account for the multigenerational histories of Punjabi Canadians settled in British Columbia since thearly 1900s; to political fiction which responds to the plight of South Asian Canadian Muslims targeted by Islamophobia or anti terror legislation; historiographic and revisionist xcavations of South Asians have been SETTLING IN CANADA FOR OVER A in Canada for over a and now comprise Canada's largest visible minority group In the national imaginary however the South Asian presence is perceived and now comprise Canada's largest visible minority group In the national imaginary however the South Asian presence is perceived a strictly post 1960s phenomenon when Pierre Elliott Trudeau's Liberal government xercised a major policy shift in lifting racialized immigration bans prohibitive to non European migrantsThis book presents the first sustained critical reading of South Asian Canadian literatures within the context of what is now than a century of South Asian Canadian settlement breaking new Ground In Its Emphasis in its Mine to Take (Nine Circles, emphasis the diverse multigenerational histories of South Asian Canadians within Canada itself that is as part.

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