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  Volume 20, Number 1&2, 2000

Table of Contents

From: Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East

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pp. 1-2

Populism, Religion, and Nation in Contemporary India: The Evolution of the Shiv Sena in Maharashtra

pp. 3-43

The Satanic Verses Post-Festum : The Global, The Local, The Literary

pp. 44-66

A Masala Identity: Young South Asian Muslims in the US

pp. 67-87

Restructuring the New Middle Class in Liberalizing India

pp. 88-104

Indians in North Carolina: Race, Class, and Culture in the Making of Immigrant Identity

pp. 105-114

"Functional Substitutes for Fascism" in the Era of Globalization: Reply to Pizzo

pp. 115-119

A Continuing Discussion on Fascism, Globalization, and the "Third World"

pp. 119-125

Comments on Fascism and "Functional Substitutes" for Fascism

pp. 125-127

The Nation and Its Minorities: Ethnicity, Unity, and State Policy in Iran

pp. 128-137

The Mythology of the Munificent Caspian Bonanza and Its Concomitant Pipeline Geopolitics

pp. 138-147

Interview with Mandla Langa, Sandton, South Africa, 20 July 2001

pp. 148-153

Book Reviews

Nepal's Failed Development: Reflections on the Mission and the Maladies (review)

pp. 154-155

Speaking the Unspeakable: Marital Violence Among South Asian Immigrants in the U.S. (review)

pp. 156-160

Iranian Immigrants, Exiles and Refugees
Guest edited by Minoo Moallem

Iranian Immigrants, Exiles and Refugees: From National to Transnational Contexts

pp. 161-164

The Biographical Significance of Flight and Exile

pp. 165-170

Tehran Memoirs and Diaries: Winter 1979 and Summer 1997

pp. 171-179

Desiring Place: Iranian "Refugee" Women and the Cultural Politics of Self and Community in the Diaspora

pp. 180-199

"Foreignness" and Be/longing: Transnationalism and Immigrant Entrepreneurial Spaces

pp. 200-210


Index of Volumes I-XX

pp. 211-218

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