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Secular sectarianism : limits of subaltern politics

Author: Ajay Gudavarthy
Publisher: New Delhi : Sage Publications India Pvt, Ltd, 2020.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This edited volume premises that the struggle against hegemony of any kind can be successful only by questioning sectarianism in all its manifold forms.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ajay Gudavarthy
ISBN: 9789353286781 9353286786
OCLC Number: 1122790630
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Sage history; Advance Praise; Half title; Full title; Copyright; Dedication page; Marketing page; Contents; Introduction; PART I Casting Sectarianism, Engendering Secularism; Chapter 1 Incommensurable Sacral-Secular Sectarianism?; Chapter 2 Intra-subaltern Conflict; Chapter 3 Interrelations of Gender, Caste, Religion and State; PART II Limits of Minority-ism; Chapter 4 Ghar Wapsi or Reconversion?; Chapter 5 Understanding the Analytics of Uniform Civil Code (UCC) and Pasmanda Frame; Chapter 6 Resisting Minoritization; Chapter 7 Rethinking Minority Politics in India Chapter 8 The Forgotten of the Conflict in Indian Jammu and KashmirPART III Left and Its Fragments; Chapter 9 Governance as Practice and Politics as Intersectionality; Chapter 10 What Is Left for the Left in West Bengal; Afterword; About the Editor and Contributors; Index
Responsibility: edited by Ajay Gudavarthy.

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