Essays of a lifetime : reformers - nationalists - subalterns / Sumit Sarkar.
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- Works. Selections
- Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, 
- SUNY series in Hindu studies.
SUNY series in Hindu studies
xiv, 650 pages ; 24 cm.
- Nationalism -- India.
Social change -- India.
British Occupation of India (1765-1947)
India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947.
Bengal (India) -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947.
India -- Bengal.
- Part 1. Bhakti and samaj: social reform and religious modernity
Rammohun Roy and the break with the past
The complexities of "Young Bengal"
The pattern and structure of early nationalist activity in Bengal
The radicalism of intellectuals: a case study of nineteenth-century Bengal
One or many histories? Identity formations in late-colonial Bengal
Kaliyuga, chakri, and bhakti: Ramakrishna and his times
Vidyasagar and Brahmanical society
The Kalki-avatar of Bikrampur: a village scandal in early-twentieth-century Bengal
Part 2. Nationalists and subalterns
Nationalism: ideology and mobilisation
The conditions and nature of subaltern militancy: Bengal from Swadeshi to non-cooperation, c.1905-1922
Primitive rebellion and modern nationalism: Forest satyagraha in the non-cooperation and disobedience movements
The logic of Gandhian nationalism: Disobedience and the Gandhi-Irwin Pact 1930-1931
Popular movements and national leadership 1945-1947
The return of labour to South Asian history
Part 3. Tributes
Thinking about P.C. Joshi
In memory of Eric Hobsbawm.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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