Narrating boundaries: Framing and contesting suffering, community, and belonging in enclaves along the India–Bangladesh border

@article{Cons2013NarratingBF,
  title={Narrating boundaries: Framing and contesting suffering, community, and belonging in enclaves along the India–Bangladesh border},
  author={J. Cons},
  journal={Political Geography},
  year={2013},
  volume={35},
  pages={37-46}
}
  • J. Cons
  • Published 2013
  • Sociology
  • Political Geography
Abstract This paper explores the politics of community making at the India–Bangladesh border by examining the public and private narratives of history and belonging in a Bangladeshi enclave—a sovereign piece of Bangladesh completely territorially surrounded by India. Drawing on framings of political society, this paper argues that understanding populations at the margins of South Asia and beyond requires attention to two processes: first, to the ways that para-legal activities are part and… Expand

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