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This important contribution to the study of vernacular cosmopolitanism in South Asia will be of great interest to historians and political theorists, as well as to scholars of religious studies, South Asian studies and philosophy. With detailed readings of texts from Marathi and Hindi literature and criticism, the book brings together studies of Hindu devotionalism with issues of religious violence. This edited book is a collection of originally written chapters by eminent experts on the experiences of Dalits in India. Have Dalits fared better in a neoliberal India or have structural economic and social changes served to magnify Dalit disadvantage? Drawing on the arguments of Partha Chatterjee, Martin Heidegger and Jacques Derrida, the author demonstrates that Indian democracy, and indeed postcolonial democracies in general, do not always adhere to Enlightenment ideals of freedom and equality, and that religion and secular life are inextricably enmeshed in the history of the modern, whether understood from the perspective of Europe or of countries formerly colonized by Europe. Two historical ruptures have left their indelible traces in the contemporary Milind Wakankar Indian contest over the social. It examines who constitute Dalits and engages with the mainstream subaltern perspective that treats Dalits as a political and economic category, a class phenomenon, and subsumes homogeneity of the entire Dalit population. The growth of a nationalist consciousness in the literature of the late colonial period in India dates back to the 1880s, when both native and European Orientalists began to suggest the idea that the uniqueness of a “nation” was a function of the living cultural forms of the subaltern.

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Finally, though focused on India, this research raises larger questions with regard to the study of urbanisation and development worldwide. This volume offers a varied picture of Dalit experience in different states in contemporary India. The practice of authoritarian modernization in post-World War I Turkey and Iran resulted from the perceived failure of earlier attempts to introduce modernization both from below as well as from above in these two neighbouring countries. Jinee Lokaneeta, Arvind Narrain, Ajay Gudavarthy, Sitharamam Kakarala, Anuj Bhuwania. Therefore subaltern protest, in its own attempt to lay claim to history, must rely on an idea of religion that is inextricably intertwined with the deeply invidious legacy of nation, state, and civilization. Then, through the lens of Spivak's essay, they rethink historical problems of subalternity, voicing, and death.

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This important contribution to the study of vernacular cosmopolitanism in South Asia will be of great interest to historians and political theorists, as well as to scholars of religious studies, South Asian studies and philosophy. Regrettably we cannot fulfill eBook-orders from other countries. Moral Rite before Myth and Law: Death in Comparative Religion 3. Category: Literary Criticism Author : Michael R. Keeping in view the power and reach of genocidal Hinduism, this book is the first to look at how the religion of marginal communities at once affirms and turns away from secularized religion.

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Sitharamam Kakarala, Arvind Narrain, Rohit De, Gilles Tarabout, Abhik Majumdar. It is a historical fact that India maintained strong cultural ties with East Asian countries directly or indirectly through religion and culture since ancient times. Written by one of the leading social theorists of our age, Decoding Subaltern Politics: Ideology, Disguise, and Resistance in Agrarian Politicsis an indispensible guide to the study of subaltern culture and politics and is essential reading for political scientists, anthropologists, sociologists and historians alike. Ramakumar, Sahana Basavapatna, Subasri Krishnan. Therefore subaltern protest, in its own attempt to lay claim to history, must rely on an idea of religion that is inextricably intertwined with the deeply invidious legacy of nation, state, and civilization.

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Subalternity and Religion by Milind Wakankar

subalternity and religion wakankar milind

Written by one of the leading social theorists of our age, Decoding Subaltern Politics: Ideology, Disguise, and Resistance in Agrarian Politicsis an indispensible guide to the study of subaltern culture and politics and is essential reading for political scientists, anthropologists, sociologists and historians alike. This important contribution to the study of vernacular cosmopolitanism in South Asia will be of great interest to historians and political theorists, as well as to scholars of religious studies, South Asian studies and philosophy. Scott then goes on to develop his arguments regarding everyday forms of peasant resistance using the comparative example of the religious tithe in France and Malaysia, and tracing the forms of resistance that cover their own tracks and avoid direct clashes with authorities. This book explores the relationship between mainstream and marginal or subaltern religious practice in the Indian subcontinent and its entanglement with ideas of nationhood, democracy and equality. This book explores the relationship between mainstream and marginal or subaltern religious practice in the Indian subcontinent, and its entanglement with ideas of nationhood, democracy and equality. This important contribution to the study of vernacular cosmopolitanism in South Asia will be of great interest to historians and political theorists, as well as to scholars of religious studies, South Asian studies and philosophy.

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Subalternity and Religion: The Prehistory of Dalit Empowerment in South Asia, 1st Edition (Hardback)

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Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. Ravi Vasudevan, Ravi Sundaram in absentia , Ranjani Mazumdar, Lawrence Liang. The growth of a nationalist consciousness in the literature of the late colonial period in India. To be precise, it is only through literature that this existing bond of cultural affinity among India and East Asian countries could be nurtured and strengthened. What challenges do alternative religious practices pose to critical psychology? The Time of Having-Found God : Languages of Dalit Hearsay Part 2: The Vicissitudes of Historical Religion 4.

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Subalternity and Religion by Milind Wakankar

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This book has analysed this movement through three phases: the reformative, the transformative and the confrontationist. With detailed readings of texts from Marathi and Hindi literature and criticism, the book brings together studies of Hindu devotionalism with issues of religious violence. Crucially, in examining the invention of state-mandated legal identities, especially, the permanent patronym and the vagaries of its imposition on vernacular life, Scott lays bare the micro-processes of state-formation and resistance. Gayatri Singh, Maithreyi Mulupuru, Paul H. Author by : Touraj Atabaki Language : en Publisher by : I. With case studies ranging from Dalit entrepreneurs in Bhopal to housewives in Tamil Nadu to ex-millworkers in Mumbai, the book contends that radically progressive change and advance is attended by discrimination and exclusion, as well as surprising new areas of stigma. In this context, literature has a great role to play.

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subalternity and religion wakankar milind

The efforts of nineteenth-century and early-twentieth-century reformers did not protect either country from the challenges of the separatism of minorities or from occupation by European powers. It is a full and thorough analysis of how these societies reacted to reform and change. Therefore subaltern protest, in its own attempt to lay claim to history, must rely on an idea of religion that is inextricably intertwined with the deeply invidious legacy of nation, state, and civilization. Since this being a largely unexplored area, an attempt has been made to present a true picture of the literature and cultural milieu of the East Asian countries to the readers through well researched, thought-provoking and enlightening papers contributed by eminent scholars from India, Japan, China and Korea. With detailed readings of texts from Marathi and Hindi literature and criticism, the book brings together studies of Hindu devotionalism with issues of religious violence.

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Traumatic histories of enslavement or conquest may induce behaviours by victims that reduce upward mobility. The book addresses key questions, such as: What is the value of 'faith healing' in understanding distress and treatment in different cultural contexts? All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. This cultural bond has become all the more significant and meaningful in this age of information technology and globalization. The State and the Subaltern offers a fresh perspective on the accommodation and resistance to modernization and the relation between the common people and the state in two Islamic societies during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The setback that the Iranian Constitutional Movement suffered in the years before the outbreak of the First World War; the political disintegration and partial occupation of Persia during the war; the traumatic loss of the European provinces of the Ottoman Empire in the Balkan War and its subsequent defeat in World War I; the threat of imminent disintegration after the war - all of these represented enormous problems for the order of these two countries. Subalternity at the Cusp: Limits and Openings in the Dalit Critique 2.

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subalternity and religion wakankar milind

This book explores the relationship between mainstream and marginal or subaltern religious practice in the Indian subcontinent, and its entanglement with ideas of nationhood, democracy and equality. Kalyani Ramnath, Deepa Das Acevedo, Dipika Jain. The Suspension of Iconoclasm: Myth and Allegory in the Time of Deities 8. Therefore subaltern protest, in its own attempt to lay claim to history, must rely on an idea of religion that is inextricably intertwined with the deeply invidious legacy of nation, state, and civilization. The Time of Having-Found God : Languages of Dalit Hearsay Part 2: The Vicissitudes of Historical Religion 4. The efforts of nineteenth-century and early-twentieth-century reformers did not protect either country from the challenges of the separatism of minorities or from occupation by European powers. It is a fascinating exploration of the history of subalterns - the rank and file of society - with specific reference to gender, ethnicity, industrial and non-industrial urban labour, rural labour, unemployment and the impact of immigrant labour.

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