Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in English and University Honors
India -- History – 1984 Golden Temple (Amritsar) Assault, Sikhs -- Politics and government -- History -- 20th century, Punjab (India) -- Politics and government -- History -- 20th century
"Thirty Years Later" is a work of creative nonfiction based on interviews with members of the Portland-area Sikh community regarding their experiences during the 1984 Sikh massacres in India. The narrative, which is set in scene thirty years ago, weaves together 17 testimonies to paint an intimate picture of a people while endeavoring to tell an alternative, subjective history to counter official accounts.
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Kaur, Ravleen, "Thirty Years Later: A Community Memoir of the 1984 Sikh Massacres" (2015). University Honors Theses. Paper 119.