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1. India Institute of Advanced Study International Conference, “Purifying the Dialect of the Tribe: Cross-Cultural Concerns in Colonial and Postcolonial India,” Rashtrapati Niwas, Shimla, May 17–19, 2017.

2. Ministry of Education Report, 1971, in Singer, Wendy, Independent India 1947–2000 (Harlow: Longman, 2012), 153.

3. Report of the Official Language Commission, 1956, minuting Nehru, in Singer, Independent India, 153.

4. Ilaiah, Kancha, The Weapon of the Other: Dalitbahujan Writings and the Remaking of Indian Nationalist Thought (Delhi: Pearson, 2010), 174.

5. Tran, Ben, “Queer Internationalism and Modern Vietnamese Aesthetics,” in The Oxford Handbook of Global Modernisms, ed. Wollaeger, Mark and Eatough, Matt (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), 367–87, 369.

6. Tran, “Queer Internationalism,” 370.

7. Tran, “Queer Internationalism,” 371.

8. Tran, “Queer Internationalism,” 374.

9. Personal communication at the Asia-Pacific Forum on Translation and Intercultural Studies “Translation and World Literature,” University of California, Berkeley, October 20–22, 2017.

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Victorian Literature and Culture
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