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Shanthiah Rajagopal

Shanthiah Rajagopal graduated with a PhD in history from the Department of History, University of Malaya in 2015. Her thesis examined the origins and development of the Malayan Indian Congress between 1946 and 1957. Her research interests include Malaysian political history, Malaysian Indian political history and the Indian diaspora in Southeast Asia. She has previously worked as a tutor in the Indian Studies Department, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya. She is currently an independent researcher. Her most recent publications include “Pembentukan Indian National Army dan Perjuangannya Semasa Pendudukan Jepun, 1941–45,” (The Formation of the Indian National Army and its Struggles During the Japanese Occupation, 1941–45), Sarjana, Vol. 27, No. 1, (June 2012); and “Masyarakat India dan Perjuangannya Selepas Pendudukan Jepun di Tanah Melayu, 1945–1950,” (The Indian Community in Malaya and its Struggles after the Japanese Occupation, 1945–1950), Journal Sejarah, Vol. 21 (2013).



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