Marginalities in India : Themes and Perspectives

This volume engages with the renewed focus on various forms of persisting and new marginalities in globalising India. The persistence of hunger in pockets of India; forcible land acquisitions and their impact on deprived sections of society; the effects of urban relocations; material deprivation of...

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Other Authors: Bhattacharyya, Asmita (Editor), Basu, Sudeep (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Singapore Springer Singapore 2018, 2018
Edition:1st ed. 2018
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • An Inclusive approach Sadhna Gupta
  • Part VI. Political geography of violence
  • Chapter 18. Statelessness or Permanent Rehabilitation: Issues Relating to the Chakmas of Chittagong Hill Tract in Arunachal Pradesh and Tripura Anindita Ghoshal
  • Chapter 19. Historical Memory and the Method of Collaboration: Doomed Marginal Resistance Movements? Javaid Iqbal Bhat.
  • An Introduction
  • Chapter 2. Marginality, Marginalisation and the Idea of Justice Partha Nath Mukherji. -Part II Marginalities of yore: Caste
  • Chapter 3. Rethinking Dalit Marginality Sudeep Basu
  • Chapter 4. Social Exclusion and the Mindscapes of Caste: A study of Kendrapara district of Odisha Suratha Kumar Malik
  • Part III Development, Displacement and the Tribal question
  • Chapter 5. Displacement and Deprivation in Jharkhand Pankaj Kumar
  • Chapter 6. The State and the Autochthons: Development Induced Conflict in Sikkim Binu Sundas
  • Chapter 7. Revisiting Naxalbari: Narratives of Violence and Exclusions from the Marginal Spaces Arnab Roy Chowdhury
  • Chapter 8. Local Communities in Forest Management: An Evaluation Anurima Mukherjee Basu
  • Chapter 9. Land Laws, Ownership and Tribal Identity: The Manipur Experience Ngamjahao Kipgen
  • Educational Views, Aspirations and Choices of the Santals in Kolkata Ruchira Das
  • Part IV Minority and Gendered Positions: An Intersectional Perspective
  • Chapter 11. The Marginal Locations of Muslim Women on Various Sites in India Esita Sur
  • Chapter 12. Reassessing the Socio-Economic condition among Muslim and Hindus: Comparative accounts Santanu Panda
  • Chapter 13. Unmasking the Masked Gendered Sociability: A Case of the Indian Software Industry Asmita Bhattacharyya
  • Chapter 14. Negotiating Marginality: Women activists in the People’s Science Movement, Kerala Shoma Choudhury Lahiri
  • Part V Embodied marginalities or New marginalities
  • Chapter 15. Being Eunuch, the Violence faced by Hijra’s involved in Sex Work - A Case Study Rekha Pande.<- Chapter 16. Transition of Elderly from Home to Old Age Home: A Narrative on Marginalisation and Seclusion in Urban India Smita Verma