Colonialism, Culture, and Resistance
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Colonialism, Culture, and Resistance

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Demonstrating how culture can serve as an ideology of resistance, this volume explores several complex yet interrelated issues like agrarian history, the makings of colonial narratives in the contemporary literature, cultural consciousness, identity formation, and popular revolts.
Published December 14th 2006 by Oxford University Press, USA
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The Making of History: Essays Presented to Irfan Habib Against Lord And State: Religion And Peasant Uprisings In Malabar, 1836 1921 The Concerned Indian's Guide To Communalism Towards Freedom: Documents on the Movement for Independence in India 1940, Part II Culture, Ideology, Hegemony: Intellectuals and Social Consciousness in Colonial India

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