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Submissions from 2019

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Tracking Obscenities: Dalit Women, Devadasis, and the Linguistically Sexual, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 2017

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An Ethics of Remembering: Air India and the Creative Archive, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 2015

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Dutiful Daughters (or not) and the Sins of the Fathers in Iqbalunnisa Hussain’s Purdah and Polygamy, Teresa Hubel

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Visualizing Renaissance Printer/Publishers: Reflections from Student Research Assistants, Scott Schofield

Submissions from 2014

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Dancing in the Diaspora: Remembering the Devadasis, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 2012

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From Tawa’if to Wife: Making Sense of Bollywood’s Courtesan Genre, Teresa Hubel

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Yaari with Angrez: Whiteness for a New Bollywood Hero, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 2010

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A Mutiny of Silence: Swarnakumari Devi’s Sati, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 2009

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Dr. Balachandra Rajan: From India to Canada, Fragments in Search of a Narrative, In Memoriam, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 2005

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In Pursuit of Feminist Postfeminism and the Blessings of Buttercup, Teresa Hubel

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The High Cost of Dancing: When the Indian Women's Movement Went After the Devadasis, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 2004

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In Search of the British Indian in British India: White Orphans, Kipling’s Kim, and Class in Colonial India, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 2002

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Literature and Racial Ambiguity, Teresa Hubel and Neil Brooks

Submissions from 2000

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Tommy Atkins in India: Class Conflict and the British Raj., Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 1999

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From 'Liberal Imperialism as a Passage to India', Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 1998

The Politics of the Poor and the Limits of Feminist Individualism in Nayantara Sahgal's Rich Like Us, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 1997

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Excavating the Expendable Working Classes in Duncan's The Imperialist, Teresa Hubel

The Missing Muslim Woman in Indo-Anglian Literature: Iqbalunnisa Hussain's Purdah and Polygamy, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 1996

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Whose India?: The Independence Struggle in British and Indian Fiction and History, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 1994

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Devadasi Defiance and The Man-Eater of Malgudi, Teresa Hubel

Devadasis--Didn't Fit West's Morals, Teresa Hubel

Sati, Satyagraha, and Swarnakumari Devi's `Mutiny', Teresa Hubel

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When the Middle Class is Not Enough: The Working-Class Subaltern and the Curriculum, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 1993

Charting the Anger of Indian Women Through Narayan's Savitri, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 1990

"The Bride of His Country": Love, Marriage, and the Imperialist Paradox in the Indian Fiction of Sara Jeannette Duncan and Rudyard Kipling, Teresa Hubel