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Edited Books or Journal Volumes

Raman, Parvathi, ed. (2011) Food and Diaspora: special issue of Food, Culture and Society, 14 (2). Taylor and Francis.

West, Harry G. and Raman, Parvathi, eds. (2008) Enduring Socialism: Explorations of Revolution and Transformation, Restoration and Continuation. Oxford: Berghahn Books.

Book Chapters

Latham, Kevin (2009) 'Media and the Limits of Cynicism in Postsocialist China.' In: West, Harry G. and Raman, Parvathi, (eds.), Enduring Socialism: Explorations of Revolution and Transformation, Restoration and Continuation. New York: Berghahn Books.

West, Harry G. (2008) 'From Socialist Chiefs to Postsocialist Cadres: Neotraditional Authority in Neoliberal Mozambique.' In: West, Harry G. and Raman, Parvathi, (eds.), Enduring Socialism: Explorations of Revolution and Transformation, Restoration and Continuation. Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 29-43.

Raman, Parvathi and West, Harry G. (2008) 'Poetries of the Past in a Socialist World Remade.' In: West, Harry G. and Raman, Parvathi, (eds.), Enduring Socialism: Explorations of Revolution and Transformation, Restoration and Continuation. Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 1-28.

Raman, Parvathi (2008) 'Signifying Something: Che Guevara and neoliberal alienation in London.' In: Raman, Parvathi and West, Harry G., (eds.), Enduring socialism: explorations of revolution and transformation, restoration and continuation. Oxford: Berghahn Books, pp. 250-270.

Raman, Parvathi (2006) 'Being Indian the South African Way: The Development of Indian Identity in 1940s' Durban.' In: Coombes, A. E., (ed.), Rethinking Settler Colonialism. History and Memory in Australia, Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand and South Africa. Manchester University Press, pp. 193-208.

Raman, Parvathi (2005) 'Yusuf Dadoo: a son of South Africa.' In: Dubow, S and Jeeves, A, (eds.), South Africa in the 1940s: worlds of possibilities. UNSPECIFIED.

Journal Articles

Raman, Parvathi (2016) 'This Game is Ours: the Pakistani community and cricket in postwar Britain.' MCC Magazine (12). pp. 26-31. (Forthcoming)

Raman, Parvathi (2016) 'The anthropologist as an agent of change.' Knowledge Quarter [Online] .

Raman, Parvathi (2014) 'It’s because we’re Indian, innit?’ Cricket and the South Asian diaspora in post-war Britain.' Identities, 22 (2). pp. 215-229.

Raman, Parvathi (2011) '“Me in Place, and the Place in Me”: A Migrant's Tale of Food, Home and Belonging.' Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 14 (2). pp. 165-180.

Raman, Parvathi and Harper, Ian (2008) 'Less Than Human? Diaspora, disease, and the question of citizenship.' International Migration, 46 (5). pp. 3-26.

Raman, Parvathi (2004) 'Yusuf Dadoo: transnational politics, South African belonging.' South African Historical Journal .

Raman, Parvathi (2003) 'A Resting Place for the Imagination? In Search of the 'Authentic' Diasporic Subject.' Himal South Asian, 16 (9). pp. 22-30.

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