Banerjee-Guha, Swapna (ed.)
ISBN: 9788132103134, 8132103130
ISBN: 9780199470655, 0199470650
This work explores the processes of creation and articulation of social identities of Muslims in Delhi. Mapping the landscape of discrimination in Delhi's neighbourhoods, Jamil tries to see how such fractured geographies are created.
ISBN: 9788129129017, 8129129019
In this book, Nandita uses mythology, history, sociology, political analysis and anecdote to create an exhaustive, nuanced portrait of Northeast India. This is a book to be read, not only to understand the many schisms of a fractured land, but also for its telling of a rousing adventure.
Philipose, Pamela et al (ed.)
ISBN: 9788188965205, 8188965200
The book presents a series of news-features commissioned by the Women's Feature Service. Written between 2009 and 2011, these features illustrate a gamut of women's experiences of conflict in India.
ISBN: 9780670089574, 0670089575
The book etches in lyrical detail a picture of the world's greatest band torn apart by their inner dissensions yet bursting with creative genius. The book traces the path the Beatles took to India and the dramatic denoucement of their sojourn at the Himalayan ashram.;
ISBN: 9788121503495, 8121503493
ISBN: 9789384082215, 938408221X
The book tells the story of this bold new generation of women who, for the first time in the history of Bengali theatre, performed in the public theatres of Calcutta. It traces the journey of these women who not only dared to be a part of the Calcutta-based theatre groups but also put their life and soul into this magical world.
ISBN: 9780195672121, 0195672127
The book is one of the few studies of Indian theater to link the aesthetics and the politics of that theater. It combines in-depth archival research with close readings of dramatic texts performed at critical moments in history.
ISBN: 9789350023174, 9350023172
This collection shows how extraordinary substantial were the theoretical footholds which Walter Benjamin supplied. The contributors engage with Benjamin on a number of levels, with essays on historical understanding versus historicism, a look at gender an dialectical images, the space of the city, the sources of Judaism and the aesthetics of conflict.
Munshi, Indra (ed.)
ISBN: 9788125047162, 8125047166
Gupta, Sanjukta Das
ISBN: 9788125041986, 8125041982
This book brings back a focus on the colonial history of adivasis and discusses the issue of their identity against this background. It is a study of the Hos of Chota Nagpur from 1820, when they first came into contact with the British, to 1932, when their protests took the form of religious reform movements in an attempts to develop a distinct tribal identity.
Nilsen, Alf Gunvald
ISBN: 9781108496537, 1108496539
In this book, the author offers a vividly detailed ethnographic and historical account of two grassroots social movements in western India that existed in the shadow of the spectacular struggle against dam-building in the Narmada valley.
Ranga Rao, SP (1932- )
ISBN: 9788170995180, 8170995183
Contents: (i) Health policy and planning in India (ii) An approach to the concept of rural development pstyivipsyion (iii) Administrative organisation for rural health (iv) The establishment and management of primary health care (v) Functions of the primary health centres (vi) Auxiliary services for rural health care (vii) The people and primary health care.;;
Singh, Binod Kumar
ISBN: 9788192353890, 8192353893
Verma, Suman et al.
ISBN: 9788170337225, 8170337224
The present book examines the trends shaping adolescence in the areas of physical and mental well-being, family and peer relations, experience of schooling and their personality development.
Gupta, Indrani et al.
ISBN: 9780761935902, 0761935908
Satyam, Amitabh et al.
ISBN: 9789386349040, 9386349043
Singh, Anand et al.
ISBN: 9788185264561, 8185264562
It was earlier published as Journal of social science, special volume No.11.
ISBN: 9788125057321, 8125057323
Domroes, Manfred (ed.)
ISBN: 9788185399201, 8185399204
The book contains 15 scientific papers delivered at a workshop held in Colombo, Sri Lanka, in October 2005, conducted by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Delhi office.
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