By Rochelle Almeida
This publication examines and reviews the convoluted routes of version and assimilation hired through immigrant Anglo-Indians within the technique of discovering their area of interest in the context of globalization in modern multi-cultural Britain. As they advanced from immigrants to settlers, they underwent a cultural metamorphosis. The homogenizing labyrinth of ethnic cultures by which they negotiated their way—Indian, Anglo-Indian, then Anglo-Saxon—effaced distinction yet created one more hybrid identification: British Anglo-Indianness.
Through meticulous ethnographic box study performed amidst the group in Britain over a decade, Rochelle Almeida presents facts that immigrant Anglo-Indians stay at the cultural outer edge regardless of greater than part a century. certainly, it'd be argued that they have got attained digital invisibility—in having created an altogether attention-grabbing new amalgamated sub-culture within the united kingdom, this Christian minority has ceased to count number: either, between South Asia’s diaspora and inside of mainstream Britain. via a serious scrutiny of multi-ethnic Anglophone literature and cinema, the modes and techniques they hired in looking integration and the explanations for his or her near-invisibility in Britain as an immigrant South Asian group are heavily tested during this much-needed volume.
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Britain's Anglo-Indians: The Invisibility of Assimilation by Rochelle Almeida