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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Saraswati Raju; M Satish Kumar; Stuart Corbridge
|Description:||368 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Idioms, symbolism and divisions : beyond the black and white towns in Madras, 1652-1850 / M. Satish Kumar --
Home, community and nationality : Anglo-Indian women in India before and after Independence / Alison Blunt --
Militant cartographies and traumatic spaces : Ayodhya, Bhuj and the contested geographies of Hindutva / Stuart Corbridge and Edward Simpson --
Territoriality, Kashmir and the evolving geopolitics of India-Pakistan relations / Robert W. Bradnock --
From global to local : gendered discourses, skills and embedded urban labour market in India / Saraswati Raju --
Women's social transformation, NGOs and globalization in urban India / Vandana Desai --
Social labour and the geography of work in Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu / Sharad Chari --
Infotech industries and regional disparities in India / Martina Fromhold-Eisebith --
Post-colonial developmentalities : from the Delhi Improvement Trust to the Delhi Development Authority / Stephen Legg --
Post-modernism, post-Fordism and flexibilized metropolis : dialectical images of Mumbai / Swapna Banerjee-Guha --
Urbane geographies : schooling, jobs and the quest for civility in rural north India / Craig Jeffrey, Patricia Jeffery and Roger Jeffery --
Decentralization and participation in urban India : women community workers in a small town of West Bengal / Annapurna Shaw --
India's evolving political ecologies / Glyn Williams and Emma Mawdsley --
Carbon colonies : from local use value to global exchange in climate forestry / Paul Robbins --
In the aftermath of critique : the journey after Sangtin Yatra / Richa Singh and Richa Nagar.
|Responsibility:||editors, Saraswati Raju, M. Satish Kumar, Stuart Corbridge.|
"Colonial and Postcolonial Geographies of India offers a good introduction to and basis for rethinking the ways in which academics theorize and teach the geographies of peoples, places, and regions."