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Contextualising Caste

Post-Dumontian Approaches (Sociological Review Monograph)

by Mary Searle-Chatterjee

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Published by Blackwell Publishing Limited .
Written in English


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ContributionsUrsula M. Sharma (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages192
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Open LibraryOL7609273M
ISBN 100631192832
ISBN 109780631192831

Dec 05,  · The state’s action, thus, reinforced the traditional caste-based status quo between upper caste men and lower caste women,” says the book, published . The state's action, thus, reinforced the traditional caste-based status quo between upper caste men and lower caste women," says the book, published by Women Unlimited, an associate of Kali for.

New book examines caste interplay in Mumbai dance bar ban New Delhi, Dec 5 (IANS) The ban on women dancing in bars in Mumbai is an example of the ''caste governance'' of our times and the. To conclude, one of the key strengths of this book is the meticulous application of an intersectional approach by all the contributors. A case in point is Karin Kapadia’s long-standing commitment to contextualising caste, class, and gender, evident here in her chapter on .

Religion, Language and Power shows that the language of ‘religion’ is far from neutral, and that the packaging and naming of what English speakers call ‘religious’ groups or identities is imbued with the play of power. Religious Studies has all too often served to amplify voices from other centers of power, whether scripturalist or otherwise normative and dominant. Her books include Contextualising Caste, co-edited with Ursula Sharma (Blackwell, ; reprinted Rawat, ) and Reversible Sex Roles: The Special Case of Benares Sweepers (Pergamon, ). About the Series Routledge Studies in Religion.


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Much anthropological and sociological work on South Asia (especially work done by western academics) takes for granted the centrality of caste in Hindu society.

The Paperback of the Contextualising Caste: Post-Dumontian Approaches by Ursula M. Sharma at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more. About the Book Much anthropological and sociological work on South Asia (especially that of western academics) takes for granted the centrality of caste in Hindu society.

Anthropologists in particular have been fascinated by the ritual aspects of caste. Get this from a library. Contextualising caste: post-Dumontian approaches. [Mary Searle-Chatterjee; Ursula Sharma;] -- Much anthropological and sociological work on South Asia (especially that of western academics) takes for granted the centrality of caste in Hindu society.

Anthropologists in. Contextualising caste: post-Dumontian approaches. [Mary Searle-Chatterjee; Ursula Sharma;] -- Much anthropological and sociological work on South Asia (especially that of western academics) takes for granted the centrality of caste in Hindu society.

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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Apr 08,  · texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Contextualising caste: post-Dumontian approaches.

Publication date Topics Dumont, Louis,Caste -- India, Philosophy, Indic, India -- Politics and government, India -- Social conditionsPages: Contextualising caste: post-Dumontian approaches.

Chapter by Quigley 'Is a theory of caste still possible?' Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Mary Searle-Chatterjee, Ursula Sharma Date Publisher Blackwell/The Sociological Review Pub place Oxford ISBN CONTEXTUALISING CASTE(HB) Hardcover – by Mary Searle-Chatterjee and Ursula M.

Sharma (Eds.) (Author)Author: Mary Searle-Chatterjee and Ursula M. Sharma (Eds.). Synopsis. Much anthropological and sociological work on South Asia (especially that of western academics) takes for granted the centrality of caste in Hindu society.

Anthropologists in particular have been fascinated by the ritual aspects of caste. This tendency has been intensified by the influence of Louis Dumont on recent theorisations of caste.5/5(1).

Chapter One Introduction: Contextualising Caste Studies This study is about 'caste' - about caste action and the very survival of caste as an institution - even as it takes on, in a specific socio-temporal context, the dynamics of.

Based on an ethnography of Dalit movements in Maharashtra, this book highlights the centrality of caste in constructing localized forms and processes of civil society. The study marks a shift from perspectives that either emphasize the role of the state in shaping civil society or totally ignore the role of caste in its formation.

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Contextualising Caste For more see von Stietencron, Heinrich Hinduism: On the Proper Use of a Deceptive Term Having deconstructed the term " Hindu, " it will now be used as a convenient Author: Ashok Vohra.

Mary Searle-Chatterjee is the author of Contextualising Caste ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 1 review, published ), Reversible Sex Roles ( avg ratin /5. Narendra Luther, Hyderabad: Memoirs Of A City (London, Sangam Books, ), xiv + pp. £ Mrinalini Sinha, Colonial Masculinity. The ‘manly Englishman’ and the effeminate Bengali’ in the late nineteenth century (Manchester and New York, Manchester Univ.

Press, ), xii +. Contextualising Caste: Post-Dumontian Approaches (Sociological Review Monographs) Searle- Chatterjee, M. and Sharma, U.

(eds.) Published by Wiley Blackwell (). CONTEXTUALISING CASTE: Post-Dumontian Approaches Mary Searle-Chatterjee and Ursula M. Sharma (Eds.) ISBN Publication Year Pages Binding Hardback. Sale Territory India Only.

Receive email updates on the new books &. Her books include Contextualising Caste, co-edited with Ursula Sharma (Blackwell, ; reprinted Rawat, ) and Reversible Sex Roles: The Special Case Author: Nile Green. Apr 19,  · out of 5 stars Contextualising Caste. 21 December Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase.

To me, the book is an attempt to contextualise one’s personal experience; with the hope that it does the same for the reader. It succeeds in doing that/5(22).* This article is a slightly amended and updated version of a paper that first appeared as a chapter in Searle-Chatterjee, M.

& Sharma U. (eds.) () Contextualising Caste: Post Dumontian Approaches, Sociological review Monograph Series, pp. 25–48, Oxford: Blackwell.out of 5 stars Contextualising Caste.

21 December Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase. To me, the book is an attempt to contextualise one’s personal experience; with the hope that it does the same for the reader. It succeeds in doing that/5.