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Despite being governed as an integral part of the Indian Empire for over fifty years, it is commonplace for historians to consider Myanmar/Burma as a distinct entity beyond what is usually taken to be South Asia. This is a heuristic separation indulged by both scholars of colonial India and colonial Burma and is in part a legacy of the territorial assumptions of Area Studies. Recently new geographic frameworksÑparticularly the Indian Ocean, Eurasia and ZomiaÑhave begun to undermine the basis ofdoi:10.1080/19472498.2015.1109310 fatcat:i52fswyvkvdehem6mwidbgt44m