Kalathmika Natarajan is a Research Assistant with the Joint USI-MEA Great War Commemoration Project at the Centre for Armed Forces Historical Research, United Services Institution of India, New Delhi. She holds a postgraduate degree in International Relations from Royal Holloway, University of London. Her research focuses on conceptions and constructions of national identity in postcolonial India from a historical and contemporary perspective

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