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Mark Anthony Falzon is a social anthropologist, professor at the University of Malta and life mem... Read More

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Mark Anthony Falzon is a social anthropologist, professor at the University of Malta and life member of Clare Hall, Cambridge. He is the author of Cosmopolitan Connections (OUP India, 2005), Birds of Passage (Berghahn, 2020); editor of Multi-Sited Ethnography (Ashgate, 2009), The Examined Life (Midsea, 2019).This book examines the social and cultural infrastructure that sustains Sindhi business and its trade networks. It provides a rich historical context to the narrative by tracing the origin of Sindhi Trade to the annexation of Sindh in 1843, when it was incorporated into an expanding global economy. The book also locates Sindhi business within the dynamics of the contemporary Indian diaspora and features several success stories both from India and outside. The book emphasizes the commercial inventiveness, spatial mobility, and adaptability of Sindhis----the qualities crucial to building successful cosmopolitan businesses.

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Title: TheSindhis
Author: Mark-Anthony Falzon
SKU: BK0458562
EAN: 9780143458388
Language: English
Binding: Paperback

About Author

Mark Anthony Falzon is a social anthropologist. He is a professor at the University of Malta and a life member of Clare Hall, Cambridge. His books include Cosmopolitan Connections (Oxford, 2005), Multi-sited Ethnography (Ashgate, 2009), The Examined Life (2019), The University of Malta (2020) and Birds of Passage (Berghahn, 2020).

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