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Swapna Banerjee

Swapna Banerjee

Associate Professor, History, Brooklyn College

Down Memory Lane: Representations of Domestic Workers in Middle-Class Writings of Colonial Bengal.”Journal of Social History 37.3: 681-708. (Books and Publications: Peer Reviewed Article) 2004.  Men, Women, and Domestics: Articulating Middle-Class Identity in Colonial India. Delhi/New York: Oxford University Press. Reviewed in The Journal of Asian Studies 66.2, May 2007: 564-66; The American Historical Review 111.5, January 2007; Indian Economic and Social History Review, 2007; Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 34, 2006: 632-33; The Statesman (daily newspaper in India), September 2006; and Desh (biweekly periodical in Bengali), October 2006. (Books and Publications: Book) 2004. “Domestic Manuals on Mistress-Servant Relationships: Constructing Bengali Middle Class Identity through “Appropriate” Codes of Conduct.” Modern Historical Studies 2, June-July 2001. Rabindrabharati University, Calcutta, India. 7-36. (Books and Publications: Peer Reviewed Article) 2002.