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Tanika Sarkar

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Tanika Sarkar is a historian of modern India. Professor Sarkar's work focuses on the intersections of religion, gender, and politics in both colonial and postcolonial South Asia, in particular on women and the Hindu Right. She is also one of the pioneers of the approach to viewing the Partition of India in 1947 into the two independent nation-states of India and Pakistan as a result of right-wing Hindu rather than right-wing Islamist politics.

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