Thesis Sahib - Loved Ones

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This dissertation examines how Sikh women who survived the anti-Sikh massacre in 1984 in Delhi, India, cope with the long-term legacies of violence and trauma amid the backdrop of the urban space of the city.After the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards, approximately thirty-five hundred Sikh men were killed in October and November 1984.84 Destructions of Meaning, Constructions of Memory ...............................................................

This dissertation examines how Sikh women who survived the anti-Sikh massacre in 1984 in Delhi, India, cope with the long-term legacies of violence and trauma amid the backdrop of the urban space of the city.After the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards, approximately thirty-five hundred Sikh men were killed in October and November 1984.84 Destructions of Meaning, Constructions of Memory ...............................................................

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xi Acknowledgements ..................................................................................................................... xii Dedication ................................................................................................................................... xiv Introduction ....................................................................................................................................1 Sikhs in 20th Century India and the Events Leading to 1984 ......................................................

7 Main Theoretical Orientations .................................................................................................. 12 Clutching a Bottle of Pink Pepper Spray: Fieldwork Methodologies, Privilege, and Vulnerability .............................................................................................................................

I discuss how violence can have long-term ramifications for everyday life in arenas such as kinship networks, economic stability, health and wellness, and social life.

These experiences are further amplified by gender, caste, and class.

iii Preface The following dissertation presents independent and original research by myself, the author, Kamal Arora, who carried out all aspects of the research program: design, ethics, conducting fieldwork, analysis and presentation of results.

The author is therefore solely responsible for any omissions or errors in this regard.21 Overview of Chapters ............................................................................................................... 30 Chapter 1: Delhi: Life in the Widow Colony.............................................................................33 A Tale of Two Cities .................................................................................................................33 The Widow Colony (Tilak Vihar, Tilak Nagar) .......................................................................66 November 2nd to November 4th, 1984 .......................................................................................79 The Police as “Fire Tenders” and Politicians as “Conversion Specialists” ..............................I also examine the impact of the stigma of widowhood in this community.This research seeks to interrogate how memories of violence inform, and are constituted by, embodied, affective practices carried out in a gendered space produced by the state.132 Violence and Trauma in Prescriptive Places ..........................................................................136 Chapter 4: “I Get Peace:” Religious Life in the Gurdwara ...................................................145 Affective Economies: A Day in the Life of the Shaheedganj Gurdwara ................................97 Compensation, Housing, and the Current Status of Criminal Cases ......................................100 The Role of the Nishkam NGO ..............................................................................................

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