DESI #3 - Indian values: diaspora and womanhood

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 Notes on Contributors 5

Introduction. Indian Values in Diaspora: Womanhood 9
Anthony Goreau-Ponceaud & Paul Veyret

‘Challenging Indian Values? NRI Women and the Traditional Family’ 19
Marie Percot and Anthony Goreau-Ponceaud

‘‘That was a big shock for me’: Values Orientation in U.S. Asian Indians’ Acculturation Narratives’ 27
Gail Hickey

‘‘Why Go Back to Pondicherry?’ French Tamil Women in Return Migration’ 51
Emilie Ponceaud

‘Depicting Indianness: Witnessing India’s Shifting Values in Three Popular Hindi Movies of the 1990s: Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, Raja Hindustani and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’ 69
Marie-Eve Lefebvre

‘Representation of Indian Diasporic Female Subjectivities in Women’s Diasporic Cinema’ 87
Mélanie Le Forestier

‘Women Filmmakers from the Indian Diaspora and their Heroines: Beyond the Use of ‘Personal Narratives’, the examples of Shashwati Talukdar and Eisha Marjara.’ 105
Virginie Mesana

‘Deepa Mehta’s Troubled Water: Engaging Indian Values’ 125
Paul Veyret

‘Returning to the Homeland in the Novels of Diasporic Women Writers’ 141
Jennifer Randall

‘Circulating Representations: Women and Migration in Garhwali Music’ 159
Florence Nowak

‘An Overview of the “Third Space” in the OEuvre of Zarina Bhimji: Art of the Diaspora and Postcolonial Theories.’ 183
Nicolas Nercam

Index 197

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