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Historical, literary and other interdisciplinary research resources on the worldwide migration of peoples from the countries of South Asia (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka).

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© Museum of London

©Museum of London

Group of lascar seamen probably at East India Dock, 1908

South Asian workers underpaid: study

here is a report by the New York advocacy group DRUM (Desis Rising Up and Moving) from 2012:

http://www.cdp-ny.org/report/DRUM_Worker_Report_WEB.pdf

Introduction

The peoples of South Asia have migrated and settled all over the world. The initial contexts and causes of migration, the social, economic and political consequences of migration, and the experiences of the migrants (individual and collective) in their new countries of residence have all been studied and researched extensively in different disciplines. This reserarch guide -- an ongoing work in progress -- selects important resources that document the South Asian diaspora, to facilitate further research and study in this expanding interdisciplinary field.

For further assistance, or to make an appointment for an individual research consultation, please contact Dr. Aruna P. Magier, South Asia Librarian.

--- see also: NYU South Asian Studies Research Guide

 

South Asia Librarian

Aruna Pulipaka Magier
Contact:
Aruna Magier

Mezzanine M02

Bobst Library, NYU

70 Washington Square South

New York, NY 10012



phone: 212-992-7548

email: aruna.magier@nyu.edu