1. Introduction: Roots and Routes.- 2. South Asian Diaspora in
Australia: History, Research, and Literature.- 3. An Element of
Romanticization: Sensory and Spatial Locations.- 4. A Journey
through Places: Politics of Spatial Location.- 5. Real, Imagined,
and Mythologized: (Re)Presentation of Lost Home.- 6. Acts of
Remembering and Forgetting: Reflections through Nostalgia.- 7. An
Australian Learning Experience: Prejudice, Racism, and
Indifference.- 8. Another World, Another Future.- 9. Conclusion:
Thoda Indian, Thoda Aussie.
Amit Sarwal is a Producer at SBS Hindi Radio in Melbourne, Australia. He is also an Honorary Associate Professor of RMIT University and the Founding Convenor of Australia-India Interdisciplinary Research Network (AIIRN). He was a postdoctoral fellow at Deakin University and has also taught as Assistant Professor at the University of Delhi. He has many books to his credit, prominent being: Salaam Bollywood (Routledge, 2016), Labels and Locations (CSP, 2015), Bollywood and its Other(s) (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), and Wanderings in India (Monash University Press, 2012).