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Subalterns and Sovereigns An Anthropological History of Bastar, 1854-1996 by Nandini Sundar

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages328
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ISBN 100195641167
ISBN 109780195641165

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Subalterns and Sovereigns traces the expansion of the colonial and the post-colonial state in Bastar, central India between , In particular, it looks at the manner in which the state was constituted, focusing on certain critical moments when the structures set into place by the colonial state were contested. The central themes include the growing restrictions on popular Cited by: In the popular imagmation, Bastar in Madhya Pradesh represents the frontier between 'civilization' and tribal society. The occasional echoes of discontent which filter through are posed as a conflict between development or integration versus anti-development. Subalterns and Sovereigns throws new light on these issues by exploring the expansion of the state in Bastar over the past . Get this from a library! Subalterns and sovereigns: an anthropological history of Bastar, [Nandini Sundar] -- "In the popular imagmation, Bastar in Madhya Pradesh represents the frontier between 'civilization' and tribal society. The occasional echoes of discontent which filter through are posed as a. Subalterns and Sovereigns traces the expansion of the colonial and the post-colonial state in Bastar, central India between , In particular, it looks at the manner in which the state was constituted, focusing on certain critical moments when the structures set into place by the colonial state were contested.

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