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"Through the depth, subtlety and breadth of his intellectual engagement with Mauritius, Eisenlohr establishes himself as one of our leading scholars ...Show synopsis"Through the depth, subtlety and breadth of his intellectual engagement with Mauritius, Eisenlohr establishes himself as one of our leading scholars on South Asia. Empirically rich, theoretically informed, imaginative, nuanced, and powerfully argued, Little India should transform how we think about language ideology, quotidian and ritual practice, and the complex intersections of national and transnational politics of culture."--Don Brenneis, Anthropology, UC Santa CruzHide synopsis
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