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Moving Worlds Issue 13.2 'Postcolonial Cities South Asia'

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ARTICLES
MADHUSREE DUTTA, Ghosts and Citizens: Invocations of Mumbai
G.N. DEVY, Baroda: What a City!
RASHMI VARMA, Fast-forward-backwardness: An essay on Patna
MUNEEZA SHAMSIE, When We Were Young: Karachi, 1963-1971
M.G. VASSANJI, A Letter from Nowhere
NEELAM SRIVASTAVA, Riots and Realism: The Secularization of Urban Space in Fiction by Rudyard Kipling and Vikram Seth
ALEX PADAMSEE, ‘The melting point of granite’: Nationalist Tourism and the Reconstruction of Colonial Delhi
AVIJIT GUPTA & RIDDHI SANKAR RAY, The River and the City: The Ganga at Kolkata
RITUPARNA ROY, Postcolonial Cities across Borders: Calcutta and Dhaka in Sunil Ganguli’s Purba-Paschim ANDREW HARRIS, Mumbai’s Underworld: Life beneath Transport Infrastructure
ANANYA JAHANARA KABIR, Hips don’t lie: Salsa and New Cosmopolitanisms in the Indian City
GITHA HARIHARAN, Making the City Hers

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CONTENTS 

EDITORIAL

CAROLINE HERBERT

POETRY

BOEY KIM CHENG,  Kolkata Raga

IMTIAZ DHARKER,  The Naz Café,  Jurassic,  Like that only,  Number 106,

            Britannia Café

ROMESH GUNESEKERA,  If This Is a City

GRAPHIC FICTION

MALIK SAJAD,  From Father and Son

SARNATH BANERJEE,  Gamanamah

ARTICLES

MADHUSREE DUTTA,  Ghosts and Citizens: Invocations of Mumbai

G.N. DEVY,  Baroda: What a City!

RASHMI VARMA,  Fast-forward-backwardness: An essay on Patna

MUNEEZA SHAMSIE,  When We Were Young: Karachi, 1963-1971

M.G.  VASSANJI,  A Letter from Nowhere

NEELAM SRIVASTAVA,  Riots and Realism: The Secularization of Urban Space

            in Fiction by Rudyard Kipling and Vikram Seth

ALEX PADAMSEE,  ‘The melting point of granite’:

            Nationalist Tourism and the Reconstruction of Colonial Delhi

AVIJIT GUPTA & RIDDHI SANKAR RAY,  The River and the City:

            The Ganga at Kolkata

RITUPARNA ROY,  Postcolonial Cities across Borders:

            Calcutta and Dhaka in Sunil Ganguli’s Purba-Paschim

ANDREW HARRIS,  Mumbai’s Underworld:

            Life beneath Transport Infrastructure

ANANYA JAHANARA KABIR,  Hips don’t lie:

            Salsa and New Cosmopolitanisms in the Indian City

GITHA HARIHARAN,  Making the City Hers

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS