Subaltern Studies: Writings on South Asian History and Society Volume I

Subaltern Studies Writings on South Asian History and Society Volume I This volume continues the fine scholarship in the Subaltern Studies series which is now acknowledged as the most interesting approach in the field of South Asian studies

This volume continues the fine scholarship in the Subaltern Studies series which is now acknowledged as the most interesting approach in the field of South Asian studies.

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Subaltern Studies: Writings on South Asian History and Society Volume I

  1. Ranajit Guha was a historian of South Asia who was greatly influential in the Subaltern Studies group, and was the editor of several of the group s early anthologies He migrated from India to the UK in 1959, and currently lives in Vienna, Austria.His Elementary Aspects of Peasant Insurgency in Colonial India is widely considered to be a classic Aside from this, his founding statement in the first volume of Subaltern Studies set the agenda for the Subaltern Studies group, defining the subaltern as the demographic difference between the total Indian population and all those whom we have described as the elite.

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