Serializing Modernity: New Theories of Subjectivity in Postcolonial Indian Soaps

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Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - 2001
EventPostcolonialismsS/ Political CorrectnesseS Conference - Casablanca, Morocco
Duration: Apr 12 2001Apr 14 2001

Conference

ConferencePostcolonialismsS/ Political CorrectnesseS Conference
CountryMorocco
CityCasablanca
Period4/12/014/14/01

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Majithia, S. (2001). Serializing Modernity: New Theories of Subjectivity in Postcolonial Indian Soaps. PostcolonialismsS/ Political CorrectnesseS Conference, Casablanca, Morocco.

Serializing Modernity: New Theories of Subjectivity in Postcolonial Indian Soaps. / Majithia, Sheetal.

2001. PostcolonialismsS/ Political CorrectnesseS Conference, Casablanca, Morocco.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther

Majithia, S 2001, 'Serializing Modernity: New Theories of Subjectivity in Postcolonial Indian Soaps' PostcolonialismsS/ Political CorrectnesseS Conference, Casablanca, Morocco, 4/12/01 - 4/14/01, .
Majithia S. Serializing Modernity: New Theories of Subjectivity in Postcolonial Indian Soaps. 2001. PostcolonialismsS/ Political CorrectnesseS Conference, Casablanca, Morocco.
Majithia, Sheetal. / Serializing Modernity: New Theories of Subjectivity in Postcolonial Indian Soaps. PostcolonialismsS/ Political CorrectnesseS Conference, Casablanca, Morocco.
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