Subaltern Studies: Writings on South Asian History and Society, Vol. 9 (v. 9)

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Subaltern Studies IX carries forward the Subaltern agenda of searching for the voices and agency of the subaltern, enlarging the focus to include contemporary issues of gender, oppression, and lumpenization in metropolitan modern India.

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Shahid Amin is at University of Delhi. Dipesh Chakrabarty is at University of Chicago.

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Praise for Subaltern Studies: "Some of the most important writing in Indian historiography now appearing."--World Development


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Book Description OUP India., India., 1996. Map, x + 284pp Subaltern Studies IX carries forward the Subaltern agenda of searching for the voices and agency of the subaltern, enlarging the focus to include contemporary issues of gender, oppression, and lumpenization in metropolitan modern India. Articles in this volume are: The Small Voice of History by Ranajit Guha; Writing, Orality and Power in the Dangs, Western India, 1800's-1920s by Ajay Skaria; Science Between the Lines by Gyan Prakash; Small Speeches, Subaltern Gender: Nationalist Ideology and Its Historiography by Kamala Visweswaran; Speech, Silence and the Making of Partition Violence in Mewat by Shail Mayaram; Productive Labour, Consciousness and History: The Dalitbahujan Alternative by Kancha Illaih; 'Rowdy-sheeters': An Essay on Subalternity and Politics by Vivek Dhareshwar and R. Srivastsan; Problems for a Contemporary Theory of Gender by Susie Tharu and Tejaswini Niranjana, Discussion Outside History: Irish New Histories and the 'Subalternity Effect' by David Lloyd. Bookseller Inventory # 152869

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