Decolonizing Marriage and the Family: The Lives and Letters of Ida, Benoy, and Indira Sarkar
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Publication InfoNamakkal, Jessica (2019). Decolonizing Marriage and the Family: The Lives and Letters of Ida, Benoy, and Indira Sarkar. Journal of Women's History, 31(2). pp. 124-147. 10.1353/jowh.2019.0017. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/19062.
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Assistant Professor of the Practice in the International Comparative Studies Program
My research focuses on the global networks established through colonial conquest and the ways in which movements for decolonization have utilized, challenged, and/or transformed these networks. My first book project is a history of decolonization in 20th-century French India. I have researched and written about the colonial, decolonial, and postcolonial relationships between England, France, and India, paying particular attention to how the experiences of the people in the French colonies in Ind