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Journal of Sikh & Punjāb Studies

ISSN: 0971-5223

Started in the U.K. in 1994 as International Journal of Punjāb Studies, it continued as Journal of Punjāb Studies under the auspices of the Global Studies Department at UC Santa Barbara from 2004 to 2015. In 2016, it moved to the newly created Global Institute for Sikh Studies, New York, and reincarnated itself as Journal of Sikh & Punjāb Studies.

JSPS' primary goal is to disseminate the latest research on the Punjab, a region located in the northwest of the Indian subcontinent. It welcomes articles on any facet of the land and its people from the Indus Valley Civilization (2000BCE) to the political bifurcation of the region into East Punjab (India) and West Punjab (Pakistan), in 1947, and the migration of many Punjabis around the globe in the subsequent decades.

JSPS is FREE, and we at GISS sincerely hope that scholars, teachers, students, and lay readers would make good use of this reservoir of information. All 24 volumes carrying over 200 articles and a large set of book reviews can be accessed and downloaded.

 

Journal of Sikh & Punjab Studies
Volume 27 - Numbers 1 & 2
Spring-Fall 2020

Journal of Sikh & Punjab Studies - Volume 27, Nos. 1 & 2, Spring-Fall 2020

Table of Contents

  VOLUME 27, Number 1 - SPRING 2020  
  CONTENTS
Hardeep Kaur  Understanding Early Formation of Punjabi Diaspora:
Causes and Dispersions
1
Birinder Pal Singh   Dakhani Sikhs and the Legacy of Guru Gobind Singh
31
Arunajeet Kaur   Police Gurdwaras of the Straits Settlements and the Malay States (1874-1957)
51
Nicole Ranganath  "Double Passage": Marriage & Migration in Punjabi American Women’s Narratives  
65
Gurjinder Kaur
& Jaswinder S Brar
Emigration from Farm Households of Punjab:
Nature, Extent and Incidence
 
95
Kamlesh Goyal
& Kamaljit Singh 
How well is Punjab Progressing in Human Development? A District Wise Analysis
115
Gurjeet Kaur
& Sukhwinder Singh  
Changing Pattern of Diseases and Public Health Care in Indian Punjab
129
Pritam Singh
& Rajkamal Singh Mann  
The Illusion and Reality of anti-Modi wave in Punjab 2019 General Election: A Note
147
Book Review Panel
Books Reviewed
Reviews
 
Did Indian Federalism Fail Punjab?
List
Reviews
157
181
183
  VOLUME 27, Number 2 - FALL 2020  
  CONTENTS  
Amarjit Chandan  Punjabi Autobiographies 
197
Kaneez Fatima Syeda
& Mazhar Hayat  
Dyeing the Soul in Red: Mystical Union in the Poetry of Hussain 
215
Fatima Hussain  Discerning Patterns of Peaceful Co-Existence in Hir Varis Shah  
237
Barjinder Singh
& Alpna Saini  
Revisiting Partition of Punjab: Retrieving Women’s Experience through KhamoshPani  
255
Maninderjit Singh  ‘Great Game’ as a ‘Game Changer’: Transformation of Polity, Economy, and Society of Punjab (1809-1907)  
277
Jeanne Sheehan  No Shades of Views, No Variation of Opinion: A Case Study of Undivided Punjab’s First Premier Sikander Hyat-Khan 
309
Dirk HR Spennemann  Sioux Court and the Indians of Albury. Managing Punjabi Heritage in Rural NSW, Australia  
337

 

View the Journal of Sikh & Punjab Studies, Vol. 26, Nos. 1 & 2 | Spring-Fall 2019

View the Journal of Sikh & Punjab Studies, Vol. 25, Nos. 1 & 2 | Spring-Fall 2018

View the Journal of Sikh & Punjab Studies, Vol. 24, Nos. 1 & 2 | Spring-Fall 2017

View the Journal of Sikh & Punjab Studies, Vol. 23, Nos. 1 & 2 | Spring-Fall 2016