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Re-shaping Karenni-ness in exile: education, nationalism and being in the wider world

By Sandra H. Dudley


This paper was published as Exploring ethnic diversity in Burma / edited by Mikael Gravers; Copenhagen, NIAS, 2006; pp. 77-106. It is available from reviewedPost prin

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Year: 2006
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