ISBN: 9788189059859, 8189059858
ISBN: 9780199477562, 0199477566
The author shows how Dalit experiences of environment are ridden with metaphors of pollution, impurity, and dirt, the author is able to bring forth new dimensions on both environment and Dalits, without valourizing the latter's standpoint.
ISBN: 9781138822535, 1138822531
ISBN: 9789386223395, 9386223392
ISBN: 9788131606889, 8131606880
ISBN: 9788192769400, 8192769402
The book reveals the history of Dalit liberation movement in India especially during 1857 to 1956.
Saxena, Priti Nath
ISBN: 9788131608470, 8131608476
ISBN: 9781138098442, 1138098442
ISBN: 9781138020245, 1138020249
This volume offers a varied picture of Dalit experience in different states in contemporary India. The essays draw on factual research in rural and urban areas by experts in the field.
ISBN: 9788179759844, 8179759849
The present monograph is based on archival research and textual studies and unravels the history of the 'Paundra' who possibly was no less competitors to the Namasudras and Rajbansis in the entire exercise of hegemony in Bengal's Depressed Caste Politics.
ISBN: 9788189059842, 818905984X
Hulibandi, Ashok M.
ISBN: 9789352080380, 9352080386
It aims to promote a better understanding of society through deeper insights into questions of human rights and social justice, encouraging constructive engagement of scholars with questions of nation building and development, with special reference to the dalit population.
Pati, Biswamoy (ed.)
ISBN: 9789380607900, 9380607903
This book brings together a wide variety of scholarly ideas: the way `Aryans' are perceived in Dalit historical thinking; Dalit liberation seen through the lense of Adam Smith; the election of the Constituent Assembly (1946) with which Ambedkar was intimately involved, and which scripted India's constitution etc.
ISBN: 9789387651616, 9387651614
This book presents lucid and extensive study of six life narratives written by dalit women from Maharashtra. It offers a comprehensive exploration of their inspirational journeys towards self-assertion, their dilemma between Dalit solidarity and feminist thought as they fight their marginalization in the dalit discourse.
ISBN: 9780670085095, 067008509X
ISBN: 9789383166220, 9383166223
This book uses a `class-relational' approach to analyse continuity and change in processes of accumulation, exploitation and domination.
ISBN: 9788131607688, 8131607682
Goud, E. Anjaneya
ISBN: 9789351710776, 9351710777
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