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Power, agrarian structure and peasant mobilization in modern India : a symposium, May 23-25, 1997, University of Virginia.

Author: University of Virginia. Center for South Asian Studies.
Publisher: [Charlottesville, VA] : University of Virginia Center for South Asian Studies, 1997.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : English
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Presents papers from a seminar held May 23-25, 1997 in Minor Hall at the University of Virginia, to commemorate the scholarly and foundational contributions of Walter Hauser, Professor Emeritus in South Asian history. Professor Hauser taught in the University of Virginia's Department of History from 1960 until his retirement in 1995. The symposium celebrates his impact on the field of South Asian Studies, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Congreses
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Named Person: Walter Hauser
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: University of Virginia. Center for South Asian Studies.
OCLC Number: 74424594
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Contents: Power, agrarian structure, and peasant mobilization in modern India / Majid Siddiqi --
Borders, languages, peasants, nations: colonial concepts in India / Peter Robb --
Indian agricultural problem, 1900-1950: land, labour, and capital / Tom Tomlinson --
Raw and the simmered: environmental contexts of food and agrarian relations in the Gangetic Plain / James R. Hagen --
Forest peoples, frontiers, and wildness in western India / Ajay Skaria --
tSubaltern sadhus: political ascetics in Indian myth, memory, and history / William R. Pinch --
When peasants were men / Wendy Singer --
Swami and friend / Arvind Das --
'Baba' and non-cooperator: Congress' co-optation of agrarian unrest in north India in the 1920s and 1930s / Harold A. Gould --
Haat-looting: markets, peasants, and noncooperation in Gangetic Bihar, 1920-1922 / Anand Yang --
"Peasants of Jharkhand" and the peasants of Jharkhand: a preliminary appraisal / Christopher V. Hill --
Recorded interview with Bihar peasant activist in 1962 / Sho Kuwajima --
Right to the sea: the struggle of artisanal fishers in Kerala since 1980 / Peter Reeves --
Beyond forest boundaries: peoples, markets, and the state in Himalayan Punjab, 1850-1925 / Ruhi Grover --
Peasant mobilization in south India, 1836-1957 / Ronald J. Herring --
Success and failure in rural development: Maharashtra, Bihar and Bangladesh in the late 1980s / Harry Blair.
Other Titles: Papers - power, agrarian structure and peasant mobilization in modern India

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Presents papers from a seminar held May 23-25, 1997 in Minor Hall at the University of Virginia, to commemorate the scholarly and foundational contributions of Walter Hauser, Professor Emeritus in South Asian history. Professor Hauser taught in the University of Virginia's Department of History from 1960 until his retirement in 1995. The symposium celebrates his impact on the field of South Asian Studies, the discipline of history, and especially the study of Bihar's peasants and their involvement in the political process, his area of greatest research interest.

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