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Domicile and Diaspora: Anglo-Indian women and the spatial politics of home.

Alison Blunt lectures in Geography at Queen Mary College, University of London. Her forthcoming book, Domicile and diaspora: Anglo-Indian women and the spatial politics of home, will be published by Blackwell.

This talk is part of an ongoing series:

Open Door

The Ferguson Research Centre at the Open University and the British Empire & Commonwealth Museum have collaboratively initiated an annual ' Open Door' seminar series. The theme for the series will be Conquests, Commodities, and Cultures, and the seminars will take place in the beautifully restored former Boardroom of the Great Western Railway.


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Date and Time:

10 March 2004 at 4:00 pm





British Empire and Commonwealth Museum
Clock Tower Yard
Temple Meads
+44 11 79 25 49 80

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All seminars are held at the Museum on Wednesday afternoons at 4pm. Refreshments will be available afterwards. Admission to each seminar is £5 (see booking form for details of concessions) and includes free access to the main galleries of the Museum- allow at least one hour before the seminar.

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