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Violence studies / edited by Kalpana Kannabiran.
Contributor(s): Kannabiran, Kalpana [editor.] | Council for Social Development (India). Southern Regional Centre, Hyderabad [host institution.] | International Conference on Violence and Its Habitations in India (2013 : Hyderabad, India).Material type: BookSeries: Oxford India studies in contemporary society.Publisher: New Delhi, India : Oxford University Press, 2016Edition: First edition.Description: viii, 396 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780199464821 (hardback) ; 0199464820 (hardback) .Subject(s): Political violence -- India | Caste -- Political aspects -- India | Women -- Violence against -- IndiaDDC classification: 303.60954 VIO
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
I.Violence And The Political
1.Violence and the Political: Thinking across Traditions / Aditya Nigam
2.Violence and the Colonial Order: India under British Rule / David Arnold
3.State Formation, Minoritization, and Violence in Postcolonial India / T.K. Oommen
4.Muslim Citizenship, Identity, and Violence in India / Abdul Shaban
II.What Is To Be Done About Caste?
5.Caste Violence against Dalits: Causes and Remedy / Anand Teltumbde
6.Violence and Politics: Two Cases of Dalit Women in Uttar Pradesh / Badri Narayan
7.`A Part Apart': Dr Ambedkar's Indictment of the Hindu Social Order / V. Geetha
III.Genealogies Of Gender, Power, And Resistance
8.The Unruly Margins: Reflections on Violence in Public in Mumbai / Shilpa Phadke
9.Witches: Through Changing Contexts Women Remain the Target / Shivani Satija
10.Unearthing a Terrible Beauty: Violence and the Politics of Choices in Assam / Sanjay Barbora
Contents note continued: IV.The Impunity Grid
11.Indian Maoism: As Victim and Agency of Violence / Sumanta Banerjee
12.The Violence of Postcolonial Spaces: Kudankulam / Itty Abraham
13.On Structural Violence / Akhil Gupta
14.The Economics of Violence and the Violence of Economics / Jayati Ghosh.
Includes selected papers presented at an International Conference on Violence and Its Habitations in India organized by Council for Social Development, Hyderabad from 28 to 30 November, 2013.