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Dear Asia Colleagues,
I am posting below a statement issued by concerned faculty and students of the Centre for Historical Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University. It underscores the increasing government role in pushing Indian universities far to the right, which in India means promoting a Hindutva (Hindu nationalist) agenda.
You might want to see some press links to the event and the JNU faculty response:
Dear H-Maghrib readers,
I would like to inform you about the publication of the volume “Entangled peripheries. New contributions to the history of Portugal and Morocco” (Évora, Publicações do Cidehus, 2020) of which I am the editor. The volume is available in full open-access format at the link: https://books.openedition.org/cidehus/12368
Francisco Javier Martínez
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