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Dalit studies / Ramnarayan S. Rawat & K. Satyanarayana, editors.

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Publication:
Durham : Duke University Press, 2016. , ©2016
Format/Description:
Book
xii, 304 pages 23 cm
Subjects:
Dalits -- India.
Caste -- India.
Caste.
Dalits.
India
Contents:
Introduction. Dalit studies: new perspectives on Indian history and society / Ramnarayan S. Rawat and K. Satyanarayana
1. The Indian Nation in its egalitarian conception / Gopal Guru
Part I. Probing the Historical: 2. Colonial archive versus colonial sociology: writing Dalit history / Ramnarayan S. Rawat; 3. Social space, civil society, and Dalit agency in twentieth-century Kerala / P. Sanal Mohan; 4. Dilemmas of Dalit agendas: political subjugation and self-emancipation in Telugu Country, 1910-50 / Chinnaiah Jangam; 5. Making sense of Dalit sikh history / Raj Kumar Hans
art II. Probing the Present: 6. The Dalit reconfiguration of modernity: citizens and castes in the Telugu public sphere / K. Satyanarayana; 7. Questions of representation in Dalit critical discourse: Premchand and Dalit feminism / Laura Brueck; 8. Social justice and the question of categorization of scheduled caste reservations: the Dandora debate in Andhra Pradesh / Sambaiah Gundimeda; 9. Caste and class among the Dalits / D. Shyam Babu; 10. From Zaat to Qaum: fluid contours of the Ravi Dasi identity in Punjab / Surinder S. Jodhka.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Rawat, Ramnarayan S., editor.
Satyanarayana, K., editor.
ISBN:
9780822361138
0822361132
9780822361329
0822361329
9780822374312
0822374315
OCLC:
912706002
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