Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Anthem South Asian studies|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 426 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||426|
|ISBN 10||1843310619, 1843310252|
Essays in Indian History book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This volume brings together, for the first time, several of Profe /5(55). This book is an attempt to help in establishing a tradition of modern Indian criticism, of which there are only a handful of practitioners in English in India today. The essays, all in an easily readable style, cover a wide range of cultural phenomena and offer a sweeping perspective on contemporary Indian society.5/5(2). Plains Indian History and Culture, an engaging collection of articles and essays, reflects John C. Ewers multifaceted approach to Indian history, an approach that combines his far-reaching interest in American history generally, his professional training in anthropology, and his many decades of experience as a field-worker and museum curator.. The author has drawn on interviews collected Cited by: "This collection fills a very long felt need, a fact which is reinforced by the generally very high quality of the contributions and the fast-growing reputation in international feminist circles of many of the authors."--Arjun Appadurai, University of Pennsylvania The political and social life of India in the last decade has given rise to a variety of questions concerning the nature and.
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The Indian Ideology is a book by the British Marxist historian Perry Anderson, published by Three Essays Collective.A near-polemical critique of the modern Indian nation-building project, the book consists of three essays originally published in the London Review of Books (LRB) in July–August Author: Perry Anderson. This volume brings together, for the first time, several of Professor Habib's essays, representing three decades of scholarship and providing an insightful interpretation of the main currents in Indian history from the standpoint of Marxist historiography. The collection examines the role played by the peasantry and caste in Indian history; explores the forms of class struggle and the stage of. Essays in Indian history: towards a Marxist perception ; with, The economic history of medieval India: a survey / c Irfan Habib. , Anthem in English. Is this another discussion of Indian financial future? He is an economist, but this is not a book on economics. It’s a book of essays on history and culture. It’s definitely not the first book you should read on India, it’s for someone who knows the country well, but it’s a .