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Women and the Post-Colonial Indian State

Bardiar, Dr. Nilendra

ISBN 10: 1499201516 / ISBN 13: 9781499201512
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014
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Title: Women and the Post-Colonial Indian State

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2014

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st Edition.

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The object of this book is to look into some aspects of law making, policy formulations, and implementation of the constitutional and legal provisions etc. by the post-colonial state in India vis-a-vis gender justice and women "empowerment" and will try to examine the State's perspective on gender relations.This will lead to theorizing the nature and character of the Post-colonial State from a gender perspective. The book will also go into the participation of women in the movement for their rights and the role of women socio-political organizations in the process. While the primary concern of the book will be the post-colonial period, yet, to put the things in the right perspective and to bring the context, it may be necessary to dwell briefly upon the pre-1947 period also (especially the period of 1920 onwards) to understand the working of the post-colonial state in the aftermath of Independence. During the colonial period, the construction of woman as an individual and as a social-familial being in the Gandhian discourse and Nehruvian vision's divergence from it in the post-colonial period were too important to be left out of the scope of this book.

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is an independent researcher based in Delhi. He did his MA, MPhil and PhD from Centre for Historical Studies (CHS), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). He was working as an Assistant Professor in the University of Delhi and as Research Associate with Indian Institute of Dalit Studies. He was awarded Special Fellowship by JNU and Junior Research Fellowship by University Grants Commission (UGC). He also received grants for two years from a trust managed by eminent historian Prof. Romila Thapar. He holds NET qualification awarded by UGC in three disciplines of History, Women Studies and Buddhist, Jaina, Gandhian and Peace Studies. Currently he has plans to carry research on “the Emergency” of 1975-7.

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