Caste, Ambedkar, and Contemporary India

Nationalism & Modernity > Nationalism & Modernity

The All India Hindu Mahasabha, untouchable politics, and denationalizing conversions: the Moonje-Ambedkar pact 1 / Keith Meadowcroft. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, Vol. 29, Issue 1, April 2006, pages 9-41. [Access restricted to Columbia University faculty & students]

Castes of mind : colonialism and the making of modern India / Nicholas B. Dirks – Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2001. Chapter 1. Introduction : the modernity of caste

The Chamcha age (an era of the stooges) / Kanshi Ram.

The Indian Franchise: Depressed Classes in the United Provinces / by B. R. Ambedkar. The Times, Tuesday, Aug 02, 1932; pg. 15; Issue 46201; col C. Cited from The Times Digital Archives [Access restricted to Columbia University faculty & students]

The Indian national evolution : a brief survey of the origin and progress of the Indian National Congress and the growth of Indian nationalism / Amvika Charan Mazumdar -- Madras : G.A. Natesan, [1917]

Making claims for power: a new agenda in Dalit politics of Uttar Pradesh, 1946-48 / Ramanarayan S. Rawat. (Sephis paper)

A Pre-history of Indian Secularism: Categories of Nationalism And Communalism In Emerging Definition Of India, Bombay Presidency C.1893-1932 / Tejani Shabnum. Doctoral Dissertation, Columbia University. Issue date: 2002. [Access restricted to Columbia University faculty & students]

Secularity, Modernity, Nation: an epistemology of the Dalit critique/ Aditya Nigam. 2000 (Sephis paper)

Towards a Postcolonial Modernity: AsiaSource interview with Partha Chatterjee / Nermeen Shaikh Q & A AsiaSource interview October 2004 [Access restricted to Columbia University faculty & students]

Two Men And Music : nationalism in the making of an Indian classical tradition / Janaki Bakhle. New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2005 [Access restricted to Columbia University faculty & students]


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