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A Strange Love of the Land: Identity, Poetry and Politics in the (Un)Making of South Asia

Kaviraj, Sudipta (16 janv. 2015)

In this paper I shall try to explore how the idea of space in what we call ‘South Asia’ today got reconfigured by modernity. I shall explore three spatial conceptions of South Asia—strategic, geographic and cultural; and I shall try to explain the patterns of space-thinking underlying each one ...

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On Names in South Asia: Iteration, (Im)propriety and Dissimulation

Bharadwaj, Aditya et al. (30 oct. 2015)

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Marc Gaborieau, Le Mahdi incompris. Sayyid Ahmad Barelvi (1786-1831) et le millénarisme en Inde (The Misunderstood Mahdi, Sayyid Ahmad Barelvi, (1786-1831) and Millenarianism in India)

Bozarslan, Hamit (8 nov. 2012)

The life of Sayyid Ahmad Barelvi (1786-1931) was short, since he died in his jihadist attempt against the Sikhs at the age of forty-five. However, this Mahdi left behind him a puzzle to which Marc Gaborieau dedicated his energy for more than four decades before finally solving it. The work that ...

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Pushpa Sundar, Business & Community: The Story of Corporate Social Responsibility in India

Krichewsky, Damien (4 févr. 2014)

The idea of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) goes back to the early 20th century, when public discussions emerged in the United States about the role and social responsibilities of its large industrial corporations. Since then, the idea of CSR has evolved into a global doctrine on the interplay ...

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Self-Making through Self-Writing: Non-Sovereign Agency in Women's Memoirs from the Naxalite Movement

Kamra, Lipika (15 oct. 2013)

Women were active participants in the Naxalite movement of the 1960s and 1970s in India but were made invisible in the mainstream historiography of the movement. However, memoirs and autobiographies of women Naxalites bring out their experiences of participation in the movement. This paper engages ...

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Indian Folk Music and ‘Tropical Body Language’: The Case of Mauritian Chutney

Servan-Schreiber, Catherine (20 févr. 2011)

In Mauritius, the meeting between Indian worlds and Creole worlds, through the migration of the indentured labour which followed the abolition of slavery in 1834, gave birth to a style of music called ‘chutney’. As a result of the African influence on an Indian folk genre, chutney music embodies ...

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‘Working from home is better than going out to the factories’ (?): Spatial Embeddedness, Agency and Labour-Market Decisions of Women in the City of Delhi

Sharma, Sonal et al. (7 sept. 2015)

This paper explores the spatiality and temporality of women’s decisions to navigate particular forms of paid work, through means of a comparative analysis of three different sites and forms of work—at one’s own home (as home based workers), someone else’s home (in the form of paid domestic ...

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Arnaud Kaba, Les réalités du commerce équitable: L’exemple d’une plantation de Darjeeling

Lainé, Nicolas (31 mai 2012)

This book, an anthropology of labour in Indian society, is an outcome of Arnaud Kaba’s M.Phil. thesis defended in 2010. It deals with ‘fair trade’ as a recent model of production often idealized but also criticized as it has been sometimes used as a simple marketing tool by companies. Taking ...

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Cosmopolitan Soirées in Eighteenth-Century North India: Reception of early Urdu poetry in Kishangarh

Pauwels, Heidi (8 oct. 2014)

This paper looks at poetic dialogues and exchange of ideas in eighteenth-century North India. The focus is on the reception of the new Urdu poetry (then called Rekhtā) in the lesser-known Rajasthani principality, Kishangarh. This small kingdom near Jaipur is known in the art world for its gorgeous ...

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Watching the International Crimes Tribunal from London

Zeitlyn, Benjamin (23 juil. 2014)

This paper analyses responses in London to the International Crimes Tribunal in Bangladesh and protests associated with it in 2013. Based on analysis of websites, social media and interview material, it examines interpretations of contemporary events in Bangladesh. The article makes no claims to any ...

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