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Title Key concepts in modern Indian studies / edited by Gita Dharampal-Frick, Monika Kirloskar-Steinbach, Rachel Dwyer, and Jahnavi Phalkey.
Imprint Washington Square, New York : New York University Press, [2015]
©2015

Subject India -- Study and teaching.
India -- Civilization.
India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947.
India -- History -- 1947-
Alt Name Dharampal, Gita,
Kirloskar-Steinbach, Monika,
Dwyer, Rachel,
Phalkey, Jahnavi,
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 326 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Summary "Modern Indian studies have recently become a site for new, creative, and thought-provoking debates extending over a broad canvas of crucial issues. As a result of socio-political transformations, certain concepts-such asahimsa, caste, darshan, and race-have taken on different meanings. Bringing together ideas, issues, and debates salient to modern Indian studies, this volume charts the social, cultural, political, and economic processes at work in the Indian subcontinent. Authored by internationally recognized experts, this volume comprises over one hundred individual entries on concepts central to their respective fields of specialization, highlighting crucial issues and debates in a lucid and concise manner. Each concept is accompanied by a critical analysis of its trajectory and a succinct discussion of its significance in the academic arena as well as in the public sphere. Enhancing the shared framework of understanding about the Indian subcontinent, Key Concepts in Modern Indian Studies will provide the reader with insights into vital debates about the region, underscoring the compelling issues emanating from colonialism and postcolonialism."--Publisher's description.
Contents Cover; Half title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Adab; Adivasi; Ahimsa; Ambedkarite; Anglo-Indians; Aryan; Atman; Ayurveda; Bazaar; Bhadralok/Bhadramahila; Bhakti; Bhoodan/Gramdan; Biopiracy; Biradari; Bollywood; Business Rajahs; Caste; Colonial (and Postcolonial) Education and Language Policies; Communalism; Cow Protection; Dalit; Darshan; Democracy; Development; Dharavi; Dharma in the Hindu Epics; Dowry; Drain of Wealth; Dravidian; Emergency; Environment; Family Planning/Population Control; Feminism; Freedom; Gandhian; Girangaon; Goonda; Green Revolution; Hijra; Hindi/Hindustani
Hindu Reform Movements in British IndiaHindutva; Imam; Iman; Indian Ocean; Indian Philosophy; Indian Uprising of 1857; Integration; Itihasa; Izzat; Kaliyuga; Kashmiriyat; Khadi; Khalifa/Khalifat/Khilafat; Khalistan; Khandaan; Knowledge Formation; Kumbh Mela; Land Revenue/Land Reform; Language; Liberalization; Litigation; Malabar; Mandal Commission; Manuvad; Maoist Movement (Naxalites); Metro; Middle Class; Monsoon; Mughal/Mughlai; Muslim Religious Reform Movements; Nationalism; New Social Movements; Nehruvian; Nonalignment; NRI; Panchayati Raj; Pandit; Partition; Plantation Labour
Political EconomyPostcolonialism; Poverty; Qawm; Quit India Movement; Race; Radicalism; Raj; Religion; Sahitya; Samachar; Samaj; Samvad; Sanskrit; Science; Secularism; Self-Respect Movement; Seven Sisters; Strategic Enclave; Subaltern; Sufi; Swadeshi; Swaraj; Theosophy; Unani Medicine; Vegetarianism; Zenana; Bibliography; Note on Editors
ISBN 9781479826834 (electronic bk.)
1479826839 (electronic bk.)
9781479806010
1479806013
9780199452750
019945275X
ISBN/ISSN JSTOR purchased
OCLC # 942597631
Additional Format Print version: Key concepts in modern Indian studies. Washington Square, New York : New York University Press, 2015 9781479806010 (DLC) 2015010492 (OCoLC)906010893



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