Bhangra, Resistance, and Rituals (South Asia/Transnational)

At the end of the 20th century, the reinvention of Bhangra, a Panjabi harvest dance, as an ethnocultural signifier of South Asian identity for young British Asians offers an illuminating instance of the co-option of dance in the cultural politics of ...

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