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This paper investigates the role of trust relationships through a re-examination of the activities of intermediaries (recruiters) in the Indian indentured labour system of the Indian ocean in the colonial era. Trust has been an influential strand in sociological thinking and in recent developmental discourse. The present study reviews its utilisation in the literature of colonial subaltern migration and applies these insights to a specific historical context.
|Journal||Journal of Migration History|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 11 May 2021|