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Introduction. The Moral and Affectual Dimension of Collective Action in South Asia

Blom, Amélie et al. (30 mai 2013)

‘No politics’ says the roaring tiger that illustrates this special issue of SAMAJ. This sticker was bought from a street vendor in Kanpur, a city located in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, during a celebration of the Ambedkar jayanti (birthday commemoration) in 2008. It is highly indicative ...

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Naming Beyond Pointing: Singularity, Relatedness and the Foreshadowing of Death

Das, Veena (30 oct. 2015)

This paper argues for a theory of naming beyond the philosophical concerns with proper names as the test case for theories of reference. Moving forward from anthropological concerns of naming practices as forms of convention, I argue that names in the Indian tradition participate in a wider ...

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Land, ‘Development’ and ‘Security’ in Bangladesh and India: An Introduction

Gardner, Katy et al. (22 avr. 2016)

This introduction to the volume addresses some of the complexities surrounding land acquisition in contemporary Bangladesh and India. By interrogating four conceptual issues concerning current land expropriation, we seek to develop some common ground and to reveal important questions addressed in ...

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Ideas of South Asia

Carsignol, Anouck et al. (16 janv. 2015)

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Afterword. On Region and Nation

Subrahmanyam, Sanjay (16 janv. 2015)

Geography, the Greek philosopher and geographer Strabo (d. 24 CE) is alleged to have thought, was Destiny. Many major political thinkers have disputed this claim in one fashion or another over the past some centuries. In his celebrated lecture entitled Qu’est-ce qu’une nation?, delivered in ...

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Madrasas and Social Mobility in the Religious Economy: The Case of Nadwat al-’Ulama in Lucknow

Taylor, Christopher B. (17 juil. 2015)

Lucknow is world-famous for Islamic learning. The city produced the ‘ulama of Firangi Mahal, the Sunni seminary of Nadwat al-’Ulama, and the revival and consolidation of a distinctly Indian Shi’ism. In contemporary India, however, critics lament madrasa education’s obscurantism, decrying its ...

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Creating Gurdwaras, Narrating Histories: Perspectives on the Sikh Diaspora in Italy

Gallo, Ester (16 janv. 2015)

The creation of places of worship in the Indian diaspora has received due attention in social sciences. The current literature has rightfully highlighted the role of religious places in connecting ethnic minority fellows across generations, in promoting continuity with different diasporic locations ...

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Matthew A. Cook, Annexation and the Unhappy Valley: The Historical Anthropology of Sindh’s Colonization

Ansari, Sarah (10 mars 2017)

To a great extent, Annexation and the Unhappy Valley is a product of its time, in that it takes up the challenge represented by the wider drive since the 1990s to seek to transcend metropole-colony divides and produce greater interconnectedness—“connected histories”—something that we see ...

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Redefining Boundaries? The Case of South Asian Muslims in Paris’ quartier indien

Chatterji, Miniya (4 oct. 2007)

Miniya Chatterji, in the only article of this volume on France, examines how in Paris’ so-called quartier indien, an area of intense migrant economic activity, community boundaries are being drawn among South Asian Muslims. She attempts to identify how ‘sub-groups’ are being redefined in ...

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Craig Jeffrey, Timepass: Youth, Class, and the Politics of Waiting in India

Bénéï, Véronique (19 nov. 2013)

This book is the interesting product of fieldwork revisited with a fresh perspective. Less than ten years after his first doctoral study of Jat farmers’ economic practices and agricultural and business strategies in Uttar Pradesh (Jeffrey 1999), Craig Jeffrey returned to the same area to ...

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