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Essays of a Lifetime: Reformers - Nationalists - Subalterns

Sumit Sarkar
Format
Book
Published
Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, [2019]
Language
English
Uniform Title
Works
Series
SUNY Series in Hindu Studies
ISBN
9781438474311, 1438474318, 9781438474335
Contents
  • Part 1. Bhakti and samaj: social reform and religious modernity
  • Rammohun Roy and the break with the past
  • The complexities of "Young Bengal"
  • The pattern and structure of early nationalist activity in Bengal
  • The radicalism of intellectuals: a case study of nineteenth-century Bengal
  • One or many histories? Identity formations in late-colonial Bengal
  • Kaliyuga, chakri, and bhakti: Ramakrishna and his times
  • Vidyasagar and Brahmanical society
  • The Kalki-avatar of Bikrampur: a village scandal in early-twentieth-century Bengal
  • Part 2. Nationalists and subalterns
  • Nationalism: ideology and mobilisation
  • The conditions and nature of subaltern militancy
  • Bengal from Swadeshi to non-cooperation
  • 1905-1922
  • Primitive rebellion and modern nationalism
  • Forest satyagraha in the non-cooperation and disobedience movements
  • The logic of Gandhian nationalism
  • Disobedience and the Gandhi-Irwin Pact
  • 1930-1931
  • Popular movements and national leadership
  • 1945-1947
  • The return of labour to South Asian history
  • Part 3. Tributes
  • Thinking about P.C. Joshi
  • Edward Thompson
  • In memory of Eric Hobsbawm.
Description
xiv, 650 pages ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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