Diaspora

Alienation in Rohinton Mistry’s Tale From Firozsha Baag

Rohinton Mistry is a Parsi Zoroastrian and as a person whose ancestors were forced into exile by the Islamic conquest of Iran, he was in Diaspora even in India. Like other Parsi writers, his writing is informed by this experience of double displacement as a recurrent theme in his literary works. Rohinton’s historical situation involves […]

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African Diaspora

The significance of the fact that Africans were in Britain during the Roman Occupation, that Vice Admiral Thomas Wyndham went to Benin in 1553 and found that the King of Benin was fluent in Portuguese and furthermore, that five Ghanaians visited London in 1555 was that slavery was not the only way that Africans made […]

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