American Sociological Association

A Haunted Generation Remembers

Second-generation Sikhs grew up with fragments and half-told stories of the anti-Sikh violence of 1984, but it is not just direct descendants of survivors who “remember” traumatic experiences. Sikhs’ collectivist orientation, cultural traditions and diasporic location offer new insights into understanding intergenerational trauma and memory work.

Authors

Shruti Devgan

Journal

Volume

17

Issue

4

Starting Page

36

Ending Page

41