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Nagaraj D.R.

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D.R. Nagaraj

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About this Item: Orient BlackSwan, New Delhi, India, 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. Described by Ashis Nandy as the foremost non-Brahmin intellectual to emerge from India’s vast non-English speaking world, D.R. Nagaraj (1954–1998) was a profound political commentator and cultural critic. Nagaraj’s importance lies in consolidating and advancing some of the ideas of India’s leading Dalit thinker and icon, B.R. Ambedkar. Following Ambedkar, Nagaraj argues that the Dalit movement rejected the traditional Hindu world and thus dismissed untouchable pasts entirely; but, he says, rebels too require cultural memory. Their emotions of bewilderment, rage, and resentment can only be transcended via a politics of affirmation. Nagaraj’s importance lies in consolidating and advancing some of the ideas of India’s leading Dalit thinker and icon, B.R. Ambedkar. Following Ambedkar, Nagaraj argues that the Dalit movement rejected the traditional Hindu world and thus dismissed untouchable pasts entirely; but, he says, rebels too require cultural memory. Their emotions of bewilderment, rage, and resentment can only be transcended via a politics of affirmation. Nagaraj’s importance lies in consolidating and advancing some of the ideas of India’s leading Dalit thinker and icon, B.R. Ambedkar. Following Ambedkar, Nagaraj argues that the Dalit movement rejected the traditional Hindu world and thus dismissed untouchable pasts entirely; but, he says, rebels too require cultural memory. Their emotions of bewilderment, rage, and resentment can only be transcended via a politics of affirmation. This book gives us Nagaraj’s vision of caste in relation to Dalit politics. It theorizes the caste system as a mosaic of contestations centred around dignity, religiosity, and entitlement. Examining moments of untouchable defiance, Nagaraj argues out a politics of cultural affirmation within his redefinition of Dalit identity. More significantly, he argues against self-pity and rage in artistic imagination, and for re-creating the banished worlds of gods and goddesses. Printed Pages: 276. Seller Inventory # 101789

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About this Item: Permanent Black, New Delhi, India, 2010. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Described by Ashis Nandy as the foremost non-Brahmin intellectual to emerge from India’s vast non-English speaking world, D.R. Nagaraj (1954?998) was a profound political commentator and cultural critic. Nagaraj’s importance lies in consolidating and advancing some of the ideas of India’s leading Dalit thinker and icon, B.R. Ambedkar. Following Ambedkar, Nagaraj argues that the Dalit movement rejected the traditional Hindu world and thus dismissed untouchable pasts entirely; but, he says, rebels too require cultural memory. Their emotions of bewilderment, rage, and resentment can only be transcended via a politics of affirmation. This book gives us Nagaraj’s vision of caste in relation to Dalit politics. It theorizes the caste system as a mosaic of contestations centred around dignity, religiosity, and entitlement. Examining moments of untouchable defiance, Nagaraj argues out a politics of cultural affirmation within his redefinition of Dalit identity. More significantly, he argues against self-pity and rage in artistic imagination, and for re-creating the banished worlds of gods and goddesses. Nagaraj’s importance lies in suggesting a framework for an alliance of all the oppressed communities of India. This involves, first, a reconciliation of Gandhi and Ambedkar; second, a recognition that modernity has caused a technocide vis-?vis artisans; third, a reimagining of the Dalit rejection of history, for an alternative reading of untouchable pasts shows that these humiliated communities possessed an autonomous cultural domain. Nagaraj was that rare observer of politics who did not offer standard social science fare: in fact, he used the phrase ‘competent social scientist?to damn the person he was speaking of. Not only were his themes unusual, his analytical methods and quirky reliance on cultural texts for analysis were equally so. He uses such material and focuses on these themes because his sensibility was shaped by the Dalit movement, as much as by the time he spent scrutinizing literary texts. This is a foundational text for Dalit Studies. Printed Pages: 276. Size: 15 x 23 Cm. Seller Inventory # 033889

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About this Item: Permanent Black, New Delhi, India, 2010. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Described by Ashis Nandy as the foremost non-Brahmin intellectual to emerge from India’s vast non-English speaking world, D.R. Nagaraj (1954–1998) was a profound political commentator and cultural critic. Nagaraj’s importance lies in consolidating and advancing some of the ideas of India’s leading Dalit thinker and icon, B.R. Ambedkar. Following Ambedkar, Nagaraj argues that the Dalit movement rejected the traditional Hindu world and thus dismissed untouchable pasts entirely; but, he says, rebels too require cultural memory. Their emotions of bewilderment, rage, and resentment can only be transcended via a politics of affirmation. This book gives us Nagaraj’s vision of caste in relation to Dalit politics. It theorizes the caste system as a mosaic of contestations centred around dignity, religiosity, and entitlement. Examining moments of untouchable defiance, Nagaraj argues out a politics of cultural affirmation within his redefinition of Dalit identity. More significantly, he argues against self-pity and rage in artistic imagination, and for re-creating the banished worlds of gods and goddesses. Nagaraj’s importance lies in suggesting a framework for an alliance of all the oppressed communities of India. This involves, first, a reconciliation of Gandhi and Ambedkar; second, a recognition that modernity has caused a technocide vis-à-vis artisans; third, a reimagining of the Dalit rejection of history, for an alternative reading of untouchable pasts shows that these humiliated communities possessed an autonomous cultural domain. Nagaraj was that rare observer of politics who did not offer standard social science fare: in fact, he used the phrase ‘competent social scientist’ to damn the person he was speaking of. Not only were his themes unusual, his analytical methods and quirky reliance on cultural texts for analysis were equally so. He uses such material and focuses on these themes because his sensibility was shaped by the Dalit movement, as much as by the time he spent scrutinizing literary texts. This is a foundational text for Dalit Studies. Printed Pages: 276. Size: 15 x 23 Cm. Seller Inventory # 033889

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About this Item: Permanent Black/Orient Black Pvt. Ltd, 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. Described by Ashis Nandy as the foremost non-Brahmin intellectual to emerge from India?s vast non-English speaking world, D.R. Nagaraj (1954?1998) was a profound political commentator and cultural critic. Nagaraj?s importance lies in consolidating and advancing some of the ideas of India?s leading Dalit thinker and icon, B.R. Ambedkar. Following Ambedkar, Nagaraj argues that the Dalit movement rejected the traditional Hindu world and thus dismissed untouchable pasts entirely; but, he says, rebels too require cultural memory. Their emotions of bewilderment, rage, and resentment can only be transcended via a politics of affirmation. This book gives us Nagaraj?s vision of caste in relation to Dalit politics. It theorizes the caste system as a mosaic of contestations centred around dignity, religiosity, and entitlement. Examining moments of untouchable defiance, Nagaraj argues out a politics of cultural affirmation within his redefinition of Dalit identity. More significantly, he argues against self-pity and rage in artistic imagination, and for re-creating the banished worlds of gods and goddesses. Nagaraj?s importance lies in suggesting a framework for an alliance of all the oppressed communities of India. This involves, first, a reconciliation of Gandhi and Ambedkar; second, a recognition that modernity has caused a technocide vis-à-vis artisans; third, a reimagining of the Dalit rejection of history, for an alternative reading of untouchable pasts shows that these humiliated communities possessed an autonomous cultural domain. Nagaraj was that rare observer of politics who did not offer standard social science fare: in fact, he used the phrase ?competent social scientist? to damn the person he was speaking of. Not only were his themes unusual, his analytical methods and quirky reliance on cultural texts for analysis were equally so. He uses such material and focuses on these themes because his sensibility was shaped by the Dalit movement, as much as by the time he spent scrutinizing literary texts. This is a foundational text for Dalit Studies. Printed Pages: 276. Seller Inventory # 92098

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Nagaraj, D. R.

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D.R. Nagaraj. Edited by Prithvi Datta Chandra Shobhi

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About this Item: Permanent Black, 2012. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents Foreword Preface Introduction I Gandhi and Ambedkar 1 Self-purification vs self-respect on the roots of the Dalit Movement 2 The lie of a youth and the truth of an anthropologist two scales on the widening of emotional concern 3 Gandhi and the Dalit question a companion with Marx and Ambedkar 4 Two imaginary soliloquies Ambedkar and Gandhi II Politics and cultural memory 5 The cultural politics of the Dalit movement notes and reflections 6 Threefold tensions pre colonial history colonial reality and postcolonial politics notes on the making of Dalit identity 7 Violence on Dalits and the disappearance of the village 8 The problem of cultural memory 9 Misplaced anger Shrunken expectations 10 The pathology of sickle swallowing III Dalit literature 11 Against the poetics of segregation and self banishment 12 From political rage to cultural affirmation notes on the Kannada Dalit poet-activist Siddalingaiah 13 The power of poor peoples laughter 14 Between social rage and spiritual quest notes on Dalit writing in Kannada 15 Cosmologies of castes realism Dalit sensibility and the Kannada Novel 16 Social change in Kannada fiction a comparative study of a Dalit and non-Dalit classic Bibliography IndexDescribed by Ashis Nandy as the foremost non-Brahmin intellectual to emerge from India?s vast non-English speaking world DR Nagaraj 1954?1998 was a profound political commentator and cultural criticNagaraj?s importance lies in consolidating and advancing some of the ideas of India?s leading Dalit thinker and icon BR Ambedkar Following Ambedkar Nagaraj argues that the Dalit movement rejected the traditional Hindu world and thus dismissed untouchable pasts entirely; but he says rebels too require cultural memory Their emotions of bewilderment rage and resentment can only be transcended via a politics of affirmation  This book gives us Nagaraj?s vision of caste in relation to Dalit politics It theorizes the caste system as a mosaic of contestations centred around dignity religiosity and entitlement Examining moments of untouchable defiance Nagaraj argues out a politics of cultural affirmation within his redefinition of Dalit identity More significantly he argues against self-pity and rage in artistic imagination and for re-creating the banished worlds of gods and goddesses Nagaraj?s importance lies in suggesting a framework for an alliance of all the oppressed communities of India This involves first a reconciliation of Gandhi and Ambedkar; second a recognition that modernity has caused a technocide vis-à-vis artisans; third a reimagining of the Dalit rejection of history for an alternative reading of untouchable pasts shows that these humiliated communities possessed an autonomous cultural domainNagaraj was that rare observer of politics who did not offer standard social science fare in fact he used the phrase ?competent social scientist? to damn the person he was speaking of Not only were his themes unusual his analytical methods and quirky reliance on cultural texts for analysis were equally so He uses such material and focuses on these themes because his sensibility was shaped by the Dalit movement as much as by the time he spent scrutinizing literary texts 276 pp. Seller Inventory # 85471

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About this Item: Seagull Books London Ltd, United Kingdom, 2011. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. In this volume of sixteen essays, D.R. Nagaraj, the foremost non-Brahmin intellectual to emerge from India's non-English-speaking world, presents his vision of the Indian caste system in relation to Dalit politics - the Dalit being a self-designation for many groups in the lower castes of India. Nagaraj argues that the Dalit movement rejected the traditional Hindu world and thus dismissed untouchable pasts entirely; but he believes rebels, too, require cultural memory. Their emotions of bewilderment, rage, and resentment can only be transcended via a politics of affirmation. Nagaraj theorizes the caste system as a mosaic of disputes about dignity, religiosity, and entitlement. Examining moments of caste defiance, he argues for a politics of cultural affirmation and creates a new cultural identity for Dalits. More significantly, he argues against self-pity and rage in artistic imagination and for recreating the banished worlds of gods and goddesses. Nagaraj's importance lies in consolidating and advancing some of the ideas of India's leading Dalit thinker and icon, B.R. Ambedkar. He suggests an inclusivist framework to build an alliance of all the oppressed communities of India. Seller Inventory # BTE9781906497804

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Ghost Stories, Volume 11, # 3, October: Jefferson, L V;

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