By Aisha Khan
Khan combines ethnographic learn she performed in Trinidad over the process a decade with large archival learn to discover how Hindu and Muslim Indo-Trinidadians interpret authority, generational tensions, and the changes of Indian tradition within the Caribbean via metaphors of combining. She demonstrates how ambivalence concerning the desirability of a callaloo nation—a multicultural society—is happen round practices and concerns, together with rituals, hard work, intermarriage, and sophistication mobility. Khan keeps that metaphors of combining are pervasive and price being attentive to: the assumptions and issues they impart are key to unraveling who Indo-Trinidadians think themselves to be and the way identities similar to race and faith form and are formed by way of the politics of multiculturalism.
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Callaloo Nation: Metaphors of Race and Religious Identity among South Asians in Trinidad (Latin America Otherwise) by Aisha Khan