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Breaking out of invisibility : women in Indian history

Author: Aparna Basu; Anup Taneja; Indian Council of Historical Research.
Publisher: New Delhi : Northern Book Centre in association with Indian Council of Historical Research, 2002.
Series: Monograph series (Indian Council of Historical Research), 7.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Aparna Basu; Anup Taneja; Indian Council of Historical Research.
ISBN: 8172111339 9788172111335
OCLC Number: 52727091
Description: vii, 343 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Investigating gendered religious tradtions / Kumkum Roy --
Gender and sexuality in ancient Punjab: a case study of the Karna Parva in the Mahabharata / Shalini Shah --
Kalhana's Rajatarangini: a gender perspective / Devika Rangachari --
A woman for all seasons: Anandibai Karve's life (1866-1950) as a palimpsestic social narrative / Meera Kosambi --
The mirror of an age: the debate on widow remarriage in India fiction (1857-1930) / Rajul Sogani --
'Brahmanizing' state, "Sanskritizing' castes, and dowry in colonial India / Ranjana Sheel --
Gender, nationalism and Khandi: rendering women as domestic(ated) and not political subjects / Lata Singh --
Transition: gender politics and literature in Tamil Nadu / Vijaya Ramaswamy --
A return to the 'purity' of Islam: Muslim women and social reform in India, c. 1914-38 / Karin Deutsch Karlekar --
Tribal women: resurrection, demystification, and gender struggle / K.S. Singh --
Fashioning minds and images: a case study of Stree Darpan (1909-1928) / Kamlesh Mohan --
From "perpetual tutelage' to personal initiative: crime fiction and the emergence of the self-governing women in colonial Bengal / Nupur Chaudhuri --
Female eleemosynary space in the 'golden' Goan cityscape: a case study of the Recolhimentos / Pratima Kamat.
Series Title: Monograph series (Indian Council of Historical Research), 7.
Responsibility: edited by Aparna Basu & Anup Taneja.

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