The politics behind the Partition of India in 1947

Prof William Gould & Prof Sarah Ansari

William Gould is Professor of Indian History at the University of Leeds. Sarah Ansari is Professor of History at Royal Holloway, University of London. They have jointly authored 'Bpundaries of Belonging' a book shows how citizenship evolves at a time of political transition and what this meant for ordinary people
Two of the UK’s leading historians on Indian History, Prof William Gould of the University of Leeds and Prof Sarah Ansari of Royal Holloway, University of London with a talk and Q&A on the politics behind the Partition of India in 1947
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