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Little magazines in Calcutta and a postsociology of India
A crucial political question for a new sociology of India is whether it can create a new identity for itself between the local and the global, where it can simultaneously deal with objects that spanExpand
Book Reviews
A post-colonial end to history? A reflection on the relation between democracy and communitarianism
Can democratic rights be claimed for cultural communities without subverting the first principle of democracy? What theoretical assumptions have to be made—implicitly ifnot explicitly—to posit theExpand
Love in the Time of Nationalism-Bengali Popular Films from 1950s
As women's education became an indisputable part of the liberal modernist agenda of nationalism, in 20th century Bengal, nationalist patriarchy faced a dilemma in placing her within its ownExpand
Book reviews and notices : DONALD N. LEVINE, Visions of the sociological traditions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1995. xiii + 365 pp. Figures, notes, references, appendices, index
ent hierarchy that characterises this relationship, while Sandbergen’s liberal philanthropy is a poor example of ’political’ and/or action anthropology. Madhu Kishwar’s essay displays a more rigorousExpand