Journal of Punjab Studies - Volume 14, 2007

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Editorial Editorial Introduction 1
Ian Talbot The Punjab Under Colonialism: Order and
Transformation in British India
Tahir Kamran Punjab, Punjabi and the Question of Displaced Identity 11
Tariq Rahman Punjabi Language During British Rule 27
Surinder Singh Some Aspects of the Communist Movement in Colonial Punjab: Testimony of the Participants 41
Ishwar Gaur Dayal Martyr as Bridegroom: Contextualising the Folk Representation of Bhagat Singh 55
Muhammad Iqbal
Punjab Politics and the Wavell Plan 69
Ravinder Kaur The Second Migration: Displacement and Refugees from West Punjab During Partition 89
Book Reviews Review Contents 121
Review Article W.H. McLeod, Reflections on Prem Sumarag 123
Reviews Book Reviews 133
In Remembrance: Pran Nath Mago
Harold Lee



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Shalini Sharma Developing a Communist Identity: The Case of Naujawan Bharat Sabha 167
Tahir Kamran The Unfolding Crisis in Punjab, March-August 1947: Key Turning Points and British Responses 187
Will Glover Construing Urban Space as 'Public' in Colonial India: Some Notes from the Punjab 211
Gurmail Singh &
Sawarn Singla
Diaspora Philanthropy in Action: An Evaluation of Modernization in Punjab Villages 225
Birinder Pal Singh Rise of Sikh Militancy and Militant Discourses: an Appraisal of the Economic Factor 249
Ashutosh Kumar The 2007 Punjab Election: Exploring the Verdict 267
Gurinder S. Mann Teaching of Punjabi in American Universities: Present Situation and Future Prospects 281
Book Reviews Contents 295
Review Article Bhagat Singh 297
In Remembrance: Lal Singh Dil


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