About the Journal

The International Journal of Anglo-Indian Studies publishes scholarship relevant to the Anglo-Indian experience that draws on current theory to understand that experience, interrogates literature and other types of media depicting Anglo-Indians, and engages with contemporary and historical issues for Anglo-Indians in India and the diaspora. We also welcome and encourage comparative scholarship which places the Anglo-Indian experience in dialogue with that of other social groups. Submissions are to be made by email to our journal administrator who manages the blind review process: [email protected]

ISSN: 1327-1652



Current Issue

Vol. 21 No. 1 (2021): Special Issue: Literature - "The Tainted" by Cauvery Madhavan

This special issue of the journal features the recent novel by Cauvery Madhavan, "The Tainted", which features an Anglo-Indian protagonist in modern day Ireland, and engages issues of race, prejudice and postcoloniality.  The novel is approached by four scholars and writers, through two articles and one interview with the author herself.

Published: 2021-10-29

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