Spaces of Indian Anti-Colonialism in Early Twentieth-Century London and Paris

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Abstract

Narratives of the Indian revolutionary movement in exile have often focused on abstract notions of ‘London’—with a particular focus on ‘India House’ in Highgate—or ‘Paris’ without taking into account specific geographies of Indian anti-colonialism within these imperial metropoles. Drawing on addresses provided in intelligence reports, this article takes a spatial approach and explores how particular areas of London and Paris enabled the development of the Indian revolutionary movement in exile in the early twentieth century.

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Laursen, O. B. (2021). Spaces of Indian Anti-Colonialism in Early Twentieth-Century London and Paris. South Asia: Journal of South Asia Studies, 44(4), 634–650. https://doi.org/10.1080/00856401.2021.1943773

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