Diasporic Contact Zones at the BBC World Service
Consisting of an international conference and a book , this project seeks to locate BBC World Music broadcasting in the larger context of musical flows and diasporic contact zones across the world.
Since its inception in 1932 as the Empire Service, the BBCWS has been an employer of diasporic personnel encompassing diverse categories of migrants.
This project examines the “Have Your Say” forums of the BBC Urdu and BBC Hindi sites during the time of the violent attacks on Mumbai in November 2008.
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