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Dalit Identity and Politics
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Dalit Identity and Politics

Edited by:
  • Ghanshyam Shah - Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Wassenaar

November 2001 | 364 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
This book looks at various aspects related to Dalit identity, movements, and political participation through institutional channels.
Ghanshyam Shah
Introduction
Dalit Politics  
S K Thorat and R S Deshpande
Caste System and Economic Inequality
Economic Theory and Evidence  
N Sudhakar Rao
The Structure of South Indian Untouchable Castes
A View  
Gopal Guru
The Language of Dalit-Bahujan Political Discourse
Kancha Ilaiah
Dalitism vs Brahmanism
The Epistemological Conflict in History  
Eleanor Zelliot
The Meaning of Ambedkar
Gail Omvedt
Ambedkar and After
The Dalit Movement in India  
Gopal Guru
Interface between Ambedkar and the Dalit Cultural Movement in Maharashtra
Ghanshyam Shah
Dalit Movements and the Search for Identity
S P Punalekar
Dalit Literature and Dalit Identity
Lancy Lobo
Visions, Illusions and Dilemmas of Dalit Christians in India
Sudha Pai
From Harijans to Dalits
Identity Formation, Political Consciousness and Electoral Mobilization of the Scheduled Castes in Uttar Pradesh  
Abhay Kumar Dubey
Anatomy of a Dalit Power Player
A Study of Kanshi Ram  
Pushpendra
Dalit Assertion through Electoral Politics

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