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In the shadows of the state : indigenous politics, environmentalism, and insurgency in Jharkhand, India / Alpa Shah.
By: Shah, Alpa.Material type: BookPublisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2010Description: xiii, 273 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780199459094 (pbk.); 0199459096 (pbk.).Subject(s): Adivasis -- India -- Jharkhand -- Social conditions | Adivasis -- India -- Jharkhand -- Economic conditions | Adivasis -- India -- Jharkhand -- Politics and government | Jharkhand (India) -- History -- Autonomy and independence movementsDDC classification: 305.56880954127 SHA Online resources: Table of contents
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|305.56880954 SIN 001145 The scheduled castes /||305.56880954 TEL 012938 Republic of caste : thinking equality in the time of neoliberal Hindutva /||305.56880954 TEL 012960 The persistence of caste : the Khairlanji murders and India's hidden apartheid /||305.56880954127 SHA 008831 In the shadows of the state : indigenous politics, environmentalism, and insurgency in Jharkhand, India /||305.56880954140904 SEN 013535 The decline of the caste question : Jogendranath mandal and the defeat of dalit politics in Bengal /||305.568809542 BAD 011703 The making of the dalit public in North India : Uttar Pradesh, 1950-present /||305.568809542 NAR 010384 Fractured tales : invisibles in Indian democracy /|
Includes bibliographical references (p. -261) and index.
The dark side of indigeneity -- Not just ghosts : democracy as sacral polity -- Shadowy practices : development as corruption -- Dangerous silhouettes : elephants, sacrifice, and alcohol -- Night escape : eco-incarceration, purity, and sex -- The terror within : revolution against the state?.
"In the Shadow of the State suggests that well-meaning indigenous rights and development claims and interventions may misrepresent and hurt the very people they intend to help. It is a powerful critique based on extensive ethnographic research in Jharkhand, a state in eastern India officially created in 2000. While the realization of an independent Jharkhand was the culmination of years of local, regional, and transnational activism for the rights of the culturally autonomous indigenous people living there, Alpa Shah argues that the activism unintentionally further marginalized the region's poorest people."--Back cover.