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TABLE OF CONTENTSAcademic ToolsAgrarian Studies & AgricultureCommunication & Media StudiesCounselling & PsychotherapyCriminologyCultural StudiesDalit SociologyDevelopment CommunicationDevelopment StudiesEconomic & Development StudiesEducationEnvironment StudiesFamily StudiesFilm & Theatre StudiesGender StudiesGovernanceHealth & NursingHistoryInformation Security 89-9258-598815-1819-215085-8725-307179Labour EconomicsLaw & JusticeLiterature7LHJL *VUÅPJ[ :[\KPLZ PhilosophyPolicy StudiesPolitics & International RelationsPsychologyResearch MethodsSAGE ClassicsSAGE ImpactSAGE LawSAGE Studies in India’s North EastSocial WorkSociology & Social TheorySpecial EducationSport StudiesUrban StudiesWater -2372-7451-5354-5592-931-7887156-575996-100

SOCIOLOGY & SOCIAL THEORYHINDUISM IN INDIAA MOVING FAITHModern and Contemporary MovementsMega Churches Go SouthEdited by Will Sweetman and Aditya MalikEdited by Jonathan D James EdithCowan University, PerthHinduism in India is a major contribution towardsongoing debates on the nature and history of the religionin India. Taking into account the global impact andinfluence of Hindu movements, gathering momentumeven outside of India, the emphasis is on Hinduismas it arose and developed in sub-continent itself – anapproach which facilitates greater attention to detailand an understanding of the specific context in whichnew movements and changes in the sub-continenthave taken place.CONTENTSSeries Note / Introduction Geoffrey A Oddie / The Emergence and Significance of the term “Hinduism”Geoffrey A Oddie / Hinduism and Modernity Will Sweetman / Hinduism and Law Timothy Lubin /Hinduism and Economics Thomas Birtchnell / The Sacred in Modern Hindu Politics: Historical ProcessesUnderlying Hinduism and Hindutva Robert Eric Frykenberg / Media Hinduism Ursula Rao / ModernHindu Guru Movements Michael James Spurr / Folk Hinduism: The Middle Ground? Aditya Malik / OralTraditions Aditya Malik / Hinduism and Healing Fabrizio Ferrari / Possession Elizabeth Schömbucher/ The Urban Hindu Arranged Marriage in Contemporary Indian Society Reshmi Roy / Caste and HinduismVinay Kumar Srivastava / IndexHINDUISM IN INDIA2015 412 pages Hardback (978-9-351-50099-5) 995.00 (tent)PUBLIC HINDUISMSEdited by John Zavos Manchester University, PralayKanungo School of Social Sciences, JawaharlalNehru University, New Delhi, Deepa S ReddyUniversity of Houston-Clear Lake, USA and Director,India Outreach Programs, University of HoustonSystem, Maya Warrier University of Wales, TrinitySt David and Raymond Williams Wabash CollegePublic Hinduisms critically analyses the way inwhich Hinduism is produced and represented as anestablished feature of modern public landscapes.It examines the mediation, representation andconstruction of multiple forms of Hinduism in a varietyof social and political contexts, and in the processestablishes it as a dynamic and developing modernconcept.Taking a critical approach to the idea of Hinduism and the way it becomes public, thebook provides an interesting read on contemporary Hinduism.CONTENTSPreface / I : RESEARCHING PUBLIC HINDUISMS John Zavos / Public Hinduisms: An Introduction John Zavos/ Will the Real Mango Please Stand Up? Reflections on Defending Dharma and Historicising Hinduism ShanaSippy / Engaging the 'Practitioner': Boundary Politics in the Academic Study of Hinduism Maya Warrier /Snapshot: Scholars and Practitioners, A Personal Reflection Raymond Brady Williams / II: ECUMENICALCONSTRUCTIONS Raymond Brady Williams / Ecumenical Constructions: An Introduction RaymondBrady Williams / Hindu Organisation and the Negotiation of Public Space in Contemporary Britain JohnZavos / What Is American about American Hinduism? Hindu Umbrella Organisations in the United Statesin Comparative Perspective Prema Kurien / Snapshot: Devotional Fandom: The Madhuri Dixit Temple ofPappu Sardar Shalini Kakar / Fusing the Ideals of the Math with the Ideology of the Sangh? VivekanandaKendra, Ecumenical Hinduism and Hindu Nationalism Pralay Kanungo / Sathya Sai Baba: At Home Abroad inMidwestern America Chad Baumann / Snapshot: 'Practising Hindus', Hindutva and Multiculturalism BalmurliNatrajan / III: TRADITIONS AND TRANSFORMATIONS Maya Warrier / Traditions and Transformations:An Introduction Maya Warrier / Representations of Swaminarayan Hinduism Raymond Brady Williams/ Praying for Peace and Amity: The Shri Shirdi Sai Heritage Foundation Trust Karline McLain / Who Arethe M?dhvas? A Controversy Over the Public Representation of the M?dhva Samprad?ya Kiyokazu Okita /Snapshot: The California Textbook Controversy Deepa S Reddy / The Power of Boundaries: TransnationalLinks among Krishna Pranamis of India and Nepal Gérard Toffin / Snapshot: Rethinking Social Movements/Rethinking Hindu Nationalism Amrita Basu / IV: COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION Pralay Kanungo / CommunityMobilisation: An Introduction Pralay Kanungo / Hindutva's Hinduism Tanika Sarkar / From Jauhar to Jijabai:Samiti and Sena Women in Mumbai, and the Reconfiguring of 'History' Namrata Ganneri and AtreyeeSen / Snapshot: Work-in-Progress: The BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha on the Web Hanna Kim / HinduTrans-nationalisms: Organizations, Ideologies, Networks Deepa S Reddy / American Hindu Activism andthe Politics of Anxiety Arun Chaudhuri / 'Does This Offend You?' Hindu Visuality in the United States RituKhanduri / V: MEDIATING HINDUISMS Deepa S Reddy / Mediating Hinduisms: An Introduction Deepa SReddy / Modern Guru and Old Sampradaya: How a Nath Yogi Anniversary Festival Became a Performanceon Hinduism Veronique Bouillier / Snapshot: The Sangh Parivar and Bhutanese Refugees: Constructing aHindu Diaspora in the United States Sanjeev Kumar / Media Savvy or Media Averse? The Ramakrishna Mathand Mission's Use of the Media in Representing Itself and a Religion Called 'Hinduism' Gwilym Beckerlegge/ The BAPS Swaminarayan Temple Organisation and its Publics Hanna Kim / The Perfect World of BAPS:Media and Urban Dramaturgies in a Globalised Context Christiane Brosius / Krishna Consciousness,Hinduism and Religious Education in Britain Maya Warrier / Index2012 536 pages Hardback (978-8-132-10740-8) 995.00In A Moving Faith by Dr Jonathan James, we see forthe first time in a single coherent volume, not only thatglobal Christianity in the mega church is on the rise,but in a concrete way, we are able to observe in detailwhat this looks like across a wide variety of locations,cultures, and habitus.Virginia Garrard-Burnett, Professor of Historyand Religious Studies, University of Texas, AustinA Moving Faith captures the dynamic shift ofChristianity to the South and portrays a globalmovement that promises prosperity, healing, empowerment, and gender equality byinvoking neo-Pentecostal and Charismatic resources. It postulates that neither NorthAmerica nor Europe is the current center of the Christian faith. The book provides adetailed overview of how migration of Christians from the South enriches the North,for instance, Pope Francis brings newness, freshness, and the vigor characteristic ofthe South.CONTENTSList of Abbreviations / Foreword Virginia Garrard-Burnett / Acknowledgments / A Moving Faith: AnIntroduction Jonathan D James / I: UNDERSTANDING SOUTHERN CHRISTIANITY / Southern Christianity:Key Considerations and Characteristics Jesudas M Athyal / II: MEGA CHURCHES IN AFRICA / Doing GreaterThings: Mega Church as an African Phenomenon J Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu / Mega Churches andMegaphones: Nigerian Church Leaders and Their Media Ministries Walter C Ihejirika and Godwin B Okon /III: MEGA CHURCHES IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC / Mega Churches in South Korea: Their Impact and Prospectin the Public Sphere Sebastian C H Kim / Marketing the Sacred: The Case of Hillsong Church, AustraliaJeaney Yip / Populist Movement to Mega Church: El Shaddai in Manila, Philippines Katharine L Wiegele/ Nurturing Globalized Faith Seekers: Mega Churches in Andhra Pradesh, India Y A Sudhakar Reddy / IV:MEGA CHURCHES IN LATIN AMERICA / Concentrations of Faith: Mega Churches in Brazil Dennis A Smithand Leonildo S Campos / Evangelical Representations in the Public Sphere: The Peruvian Case RolandoPérez / The Southern Factor: Prospects and Challenges Jonathan D James / Index2014 260 pages Hardback (978-9-351-50058-2) 795.00ON WORLD RELIGIONSDiversity, Not DissensionEdited by Anindita N BalslevPhilosopher, India and DenmarkSwamiji attended the World Parliament of Religions atChicago in 1893 as a true representative of his countryand religion.Through his speeches at Chicago, andhis subsequent work in America and England, [he]showed the universal relevance and significance ofIndia’s ancient philosophy and spiritual culture in solvingmany of the problems associated with modern living.Shri Pranab Mukherjee, The President of IndiaBased on the ideas propagated by Swami Vivekananda,this book presents a brief survey of various approachesto religion and offers different perspectives of religious diversity. Scholars andphilosophers of many religious traditions examine the social and cultural issues thatlie at the interstices of this religious diversity. The volume throws light on severalmega trends—knowledge revolution, a new kind of humanism stressing on the rightsof underprivileged people, equality of gender, and protection against all forms ofexploitation, injustice along with the awareness toward environmental concerns, aswell as spiritual revolution—all characteristics of a new age.CONTENTSInaugural Address Shri Pranab Mukhherjee, President of India / Foreword Karan Singh / IntroductionAnindita N Balslev / I: TEACHINGS AND TRADITIONS / Thoughts that Transform the Religious Mindscape:A Tribute to Swami Vivekananda Anindita N Balslev / Diversity as the Nature of Reality: A Jain-informedApproach to the Variety of Worldviews Jeffery D Long / Sikhism: Transcendental and Interfaith MessageMohinder Singh / Ramakrishna Movement’s Approach to Religious Diversity Swami Bhajanananda /Globalization, Judaism and Its Diversity Rabbi Ezekiel Isaac Malekar / Sacred Spaces: Interdependence,Not Dissension Shernaz Cama / Diversity of Religious Traditions—A Perspective from Baha’i Faith A KMerchant / Vedanta in the Nuclear Age Karan Singh / II: SOME ISSUES IN THE CONTEXT OF RELIGIOUSDIVERSITY / Studying and Creating Peace Steve Killelea / The Emotional Psychology of Religious DiversityJohn A Teske / Hybridity in Meaning-making Practices: Planetary Values for a Multiperspectival ContextWhitney A Bauman / Weak Faith: How to Manage Religious Diversity without Dissent Santiago Zabala /Democracy, Pluralism and Conservative Religion Zainal Abidin Bagir / An Intellectual Catastrophe of theFirst Order Mushirul Hasan / Conflict and Violence in the Name of Religion Steven I Wilkinson / InterfaithRelations in the Sociocultural Context of Kerala Annakutty V Kurian-Findeis / Swami Vivekanandaand Indian Secularism Makarand Paranjape / III: CONVERSATIONS WITH EMINENT PERSONALITIES /Anindita N Balslev in conversation His Holiness Dalai Lama, Maulana Wahiduddin Khan, Dr Karan Singhand Reverend Mpho Tutu: The Four Clusters of Questions / About Cross Cultural Conversation / About IndianCouncil for Cultural Relations2014 320 pages Hardback (978-8-132-11834-3) 950.001

SOCIOLOGY & SOCIAL THEORYLIVING THE QUR'AN INOUR TIMESMUSLIM BACKWARDCLASSESJamal Khwaja former Dean, Facultyof Arts, Aligarh Muslim UniversityA Sociological PerspectiveAzra Khanam Jamia Millia Islamia, New DelhiA book of divine revelation.[The book] is an excellentstarting point, not that it would teach you all aboutthe Qur’an, but it will certainly teach you the way toread it. It would give you the courage to form your ownunderstanding of the holy book.The TribuneIn Living the Qur'an in Our Times, the authorcombines theological insight and philosophicalerudition to delve into the semantics of the Qur'an andits vision. This work explains why traditional religionhas failed to respond adequately to challenges posed by modernity. It strives to recognizethe intimate connection between a Muslim's struggle to live the Qur'an authenticallyand the many ethical and moral dilemmas one faces daily in one's life. Enlighteningfor all those who are unfamiliar with Islamic history and the Qur'an, this book exploresfoundational Islamic principles that emphasize mutual respect and cooperation amongall people, thus helping cultivate a vibrant Islamic identity in today's interdependent,multicultural global environment.CONTENTSPreface / Introduction / Perennial Islam: A Qur'an Based Paradigm / The Qur'an as a Revealed Book: SomeIssues / The Semantics of the Qur'an: Some Basic Aspects / The Vision of the Qur'an: Selected Texts / ThePiety of the Qur'an: Selected Texts / The Injunctions of the Qur'an / The Perennial Message of the Qur'anand the Human Situation / Afterword / Notes / Annotated Glossary of Key Concepts / Resources / Index ofNames / Index of Subjects2012 240 pages Hardback (978-8-132- 11046-0) 695.00The work is an Interesting study of social, economic andeducational condition of the OBCs among Muslims inIndia.the study has tried to fill the gaps in the literatureon Muslims and generated empirical evidence fromthe data which shows under-representation of MuslimOBCs in India.Journal of Intercultural StudiesThis book presents the sociological perspectives onMuslim OBCs as a category determined by the IndianState. Although Muslims constitute an important partof the population and are the second largest religious community in the world, aswell as in India, social scientists rarely undertake this community to analyze theirsocioeconomic and educational development. Muslim Backward Classes provides acomprehensive explanation of the origin and meaning of the term “backward class,”followed with the historical perspectives of Muslim backwardness in India. The volumefills the gap in the literature and presents a broad-based picture of the problems ofMuslim OBCs, highlighting the questions of justice and equal opportunity to all groupsirrespective of religion.CONTENTSPreface / Introduction / An Overview of Muslims in India / Origin of Backward Classes / Muslim Backwardnessin India / Stratification among Muslims in India: A Caste, Class Debate / Sociological Dimensions amongMuslim OBCs / Internal Dynamics among Muslim OBCs: An Interpretation / Millennium Development Goals andMuslim OBCs / Conclusion / Appendix 1 : India’s MDG Framework: Goals, Targets, and Indicators / Appendix2 The Central Government Schemes and Commissions for the Minorities / Appendix 3 Central List of OBCsfor the State of Uttar Pradesh / Appenidix 4 Questionnaire / Bibliography / Index2013 316 pages Hardback (978-8-132-11167-2) 850.00BEING MUSLIM ANDWORKING FOR PEACEAmbivalence and Ambiguity in GujaratRaphael Susewind University ofBielefeld and University of OxfordAdds to the academic discourse by focussing on Muslimpeace workers and activists in the state of Gujarat. thebook is a rare collection of brave accounts of people,asserting different identities. It may inspire peoplein various capacities to engage with the society andwork for peace.the author definitely takes the subjectbeyond the contour of religion and makes a sociologicalcontribution of great significance.The StatesmanBeing Muslim and Working for Peace explores various ways in which religiousbeliefs, ritual practices and dynamics of belonging impact the politics of Muslim peaceactivists in Gujarat, and traces how their activism in turn transforms their sense ofbeing. It challenges popular notions about Muslims in India and questions ill-conceivedresearch designs in the sociology of religion. More than a decade after the 2002 riotsin Gujarat, this empirical typology sheds light on the diversity of Muslim civil societyand Muslims in civil society. Muslim peace activists in post-conflict Gujarat experiencethe 'ambivalence of the sacred' as a personal dynamic; as faith-based actors, seculartechnocrats, emancipating women and doubting professionals, they struggle for a betterfuture in diverse and sometimes surprising ways. By taking their diversity seriously,this book sharpens the distinction between ambivalence and ambiguity, and providesfresh perspectives on religion and politics in India today.Two Views of Social Change inRural IndiaB S Baviskar Late of University of Delhi andD W Attwood McGill University, MontrealPoverty in rural India: Is this a permanent condition?Are villagers immobilized by a rigid caste system,limited resources and economic exploitation? Thisbook is about villagers who have done remarkablethings with their lives—people who have brokenthe constraints of poverty and inequality to becomeinnovative and mobile. It is written partly by onevillager who found a career doing research on socialchange. Inside–Outside narrates stories of grassrootschange and innovation. These stories are discussedfrom the combined view of an insider (Baviskar), who grew up in a village in westernIndia, and an outsider (Attwood), who came to study social change in the same region.Telling life stories from people who taught and surprised them, they challenge commonstereotypes about Indian villagers—stereotypes of passivity, fatalism, and stagnation.CONTENTSReligion in Conflict / Why Individuals Matter / Faith-based Actors / Secular Technocrats / EmancipatingWomen / Doubting Professionals / Ambivalence and Ambiguity / Epilogue: An Activist's Comments /References / IndexPreface / Introduction / I: PILKHOD AND BEYOND / Inside the Family (Pilkhod) / Inside the Village (Pilkhod)/ High School (Chalisgaon) / College and University (Pune and Delhi) / II: OAK PARK AND BEYOND / EarlyDays (Oak Park) / Attwoods and Allied Families (USA) / Leaving Home (Deep Springs, Berkeley, Chicago) /Outsider in India (Bichpuri) / III: INSIDE OUT AND BACK AGAIN / Marriage Out (Chalisgaon, Pune, Delhi) /Discovering Sociology (Delhi) / Fieldwork Back Home (Kopargaon Sugar Factory) / IV: FROM OUTSIDE IN/ How I Returned to India (Pune District) / I Was Misinformed (Malegaon Village) / Villagers as Agents ofHistory (Nira Valley) / V: INSIDE AND OUT / Outsider in Sanjaya Village (Gujarat) / Outside and Inside theFamily (Pilkhod) / VI: THOUGHTS ON COOPERATION, INEQUALITY, AND POINTS OF VIEW / Cooperation andControversy / Villager Sociology, Economic Inequality, and Poverty / Caste Barriers to Initiative and Innovation/ Points of View / Glossary / Bibliography / Index2013 180 pages Hardback (978-8-132-11042-2) 650.002014 472 pages Hardback (978-8-132-11350-8) 995.00CONTENTS2INSIDE-OUTSIDE

SOCIOLOGY & SOCIAL THEORYCAST DISCRIMINATION,CASTE,AND EXCLUSION INMODERN INDIAVani K Borooah Chair, Applied Economics,University of Ulster, Nidhi S SabharwalNational University of Educational Planning andAdministration, New Delhi, Dilip G Diwakar,Vinod K Mishra and Ajaya K Naik all at IndianInstitute of Dalit Studies (IIDS), New DelhiA comprehensive assessment of the broad issues thatunderpin social exclusion in India. This book posits theScheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (STs)vis-á-vis their upper-caste Hindu peers and establisheshow caste is a lived reality in everyday life in modernIndia. It explores areas where caste and religious exclusion are most visible, such ashuman development, inequality, poverty, educational attainments, child malnutrition,health, employment, wages, gender, and access to public goods. With an in-depththeoretical foundation and empirical analysis, it establishes that in each of these sectors,the performance of upper-caste Hindu households is far better compared to that fromthe SC, ST,and Muslim households.CONTENTSForeword by Sukhadeo Thorat / Preface / Introduction / The Human Development Index / Inequality andPoverty / Educational Attainment / Child Malnutrition / Health Outcomes / Employment and Wages / ThePosition of Women / Public Policy: Integrated Child Development (Anganwadi) Services / Public Policy: TheRashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana / Conclusion / References / Index2015 348 pages Hardback (978-9-351-50267-8) 995.00RECASTING CASTEFrom the Sacred to the ProfaneHira Singh York University, TorontoRecasting Caste confronts the mainstream sociologyof caste at its root: Louis Dumont’s Homo Hierarchicusand its main source, Max Weber’s distinction betweenclass and status. Conventional wisdom on caste isidealist, and most students of the subject thereforeexaggerate ritual homogeneity and deflect attentionfrom intracaste differentiation and inequality. Incontrast, by focusing on intracaste differences,Professor Singh demonstrates that caste hierarchyis grounded in a monopoly of land rights and politicalpower supported by religious and secular ideology.Drawing on the sociological, anthropological andhistorical literature, as well as primary sources, this book refutes the widespread claimthat, in India, caste consciousness always trumps class consciousness. It questionsthe twin myths that caste is a product of Hinduism and that caste is essential to thesurvival of Hinduism. It thereby reorients the entire field of study.CONTENTSPreface: Growing up in Caste, Studying Caste—A Personal and Professional Story / Introduction / StudyingCaste: Ideas, Material Conditions and History / Priest and Prince: Status–Power Muddle / Varna to Caste:Religious and Economic-Political / Caste and Subaltern Studies: Elite Ideology, Revisionist Historiography/ Inequalities between and within Castes: Kin, Caste and Land / Changing Land Relations and Caste: Viewfrom a Village / Indenture, Religion and Caste: The Twin Myths about Hinduism and Caste / Appendices /Glossary / Bibliography / Index2014 312 pages Hardback (978-8-132-11346-1) 850.00Get to Know more aboutSAGE, be invited to SAGE events,get on our mailing list!Write to marketing@sagepub.inFACING GLOBALIZATION INNTHE HIMALAYASBelonging and the Politics of the SelfEdited by Gerard Toffin Director ofResearch, National Center for ScientificResearch (CNRS), Villejuif and JoannaPfaff-Czarnecka Bielefeld UniversityThis book explores the complex relationships betweenbelonging and globalization in the contemporaryHimalayan world and beyond. Over the last decades,the interrelations at local, national, and global scaleshave intensified in historically unprecedented formsand intensity. At the same time, homogenizing globalprocesses have generated parochial and vernacularreactions. This book aims at developing an appropriateanalysis of these interactions and, thus, at supplementing the previous collection onthe Politics of Belonging in the Himalayas. This book is the first major study on thistopic and a crucial contribution to the study of the current change within the Himalayansocieties and their cultures. It is based on several case studies carried out by outstandinganthropologists, geographers, linguists, political scientists working in the Indian andNepalese Himalayas.CONTENTSPreface / Introduction: Globalization and Belonging in the Himalayas and in Trans-Himalayan Social SpacesGérard Toffin and Joanna Pfaff-Czarnecka / I: SHIFTING HORIZONS OF BELONGING / ImprobableGlobalization: Individualization and Christianization among the Tamangs Blandine Ripert / Circular Lives:Histories and Economies of Belonging in the Transnational Thangmi Village Sara Shneiderman / Being aLadakhi, Playing the Nomad Pascale Dollfus / II: MIGRANT EXPERIENCES IN SOUTH ASIA AND BEYOND/ Migration, Marginality, and Modernity: Hill Men’s Journey to Mumbai Jeevan R Sharma / Rights and aSense of Belonging: Two Contrasting Nepali Diaspora Communities Mitra Pariyar, Bal Gopal Shresthaand David N Gellner / Geographical, Cultural, and Professional Belonging of Nepalese Migrants in Indiaand Qatar Tristan Bruslé / III: CREATING TRANSNATIONAL BELONGING / Belonging and Solitude amongNepali Nurses in Great Britain Sondra L Hausner / Culture on Display: Metropolitan Multiculturalism andthe Manchester Nepal Festival Ben Campbell / Being and Belonging: Mapping the Experiences of NepaliImmigrants in the United States Bandita Sijapati / Global Gurungs: Ethnic Organizing Abroad SusanHangen / IV: GLOBALITY AND ACTIVIST EXPERIENCE / Buddhist Activism, New Sanghas, and the Politics ofBelonging among Some Tharu and Magar Communities of Southern Nepal Chiara Letizia / Power Projects,Protests, and Problematics of Belonging in Dzongu, Sikkim Tanka Subba / Weepingsikkimblogspotcom:Reconfiguring Lepcha Belonging with Cyber-belonging Vibha Arora / V: NATIONAL RECONFIGURATIONS /Mother Tongues and Language Competence: The Shifting Politics of Linguistic Belonging in the HimalayasMark Turin / Who Belongs to Tibet? Governmental Narratives of State in the Ganden Podrang Martin AMills / The Last Himalayan Monarchies Michael Hutt / GlossaryGOVERNANCE, CONFLICT AND CIVIC ACTION, VOL 52014 484 pages Hardback (978-8-132-11162-7) 995.00DEFRAGMENTING INDIARiding a Bullet through theGathering StormHarish Nambiar Columnist, Sunday Economic TimesThis book is absorbing. [The author] looks at riots andaftermath and geography and people from the unusualperch of a motorbike pillion rider.The Economic TimesDefragmenting India is an account of the variousfault lines of Indian society quivering in the temblorsthat the 2002 Hindu-Muslim communal riots of Gujaratsent across the nation. The riots form the dramaticbackdrop to the travelogue narrative of a motorbike tripof the author and his friend. The book maps the urbanconsciousness of India by juxtaposing lives, issues and situations of educated and theuneducated, craftsman and conservationist, teacher and businessman, daughters anddrunks from small towns and non-metro cities of India. The narrative uses oral history,folklore, local legends, historical events, research papers, imaginative speculations,biographic anecdotes and graphic reportage in an elliptical and poetic narrative toweave a picture of a country in flux.CONTENTSIntimacies Remapped / The Covered Trucks / Manto Strikes / An Iranian Exile in Sambhalpur / Sense andSensibility / The Moor in the Idol Junkyard / Destinies, Dynasties, and Upstart Pickpockets / The Soldierwho Annexed Three States for Three Daughters / 'Our Shiv Sena' / 'Dangerous Like My English Teacher' /The Open Circle / Do Children Smell Fear in Sweat? / Cardamom Cloud over Coffee / The Instinct to Upgrade/ A Moses on his Harley Davidson / Arabs, Jains, Mammon and Osama / A Drunken RSS Man in Jassema /Invisible Migrations, Furtive Bleedings2012 260 pages Paperback (978-8-132-10656-2) 395.003

SOCIOLOGY & SOCIAL THEORYFIELDWORK IN SOUTHASIAPOSTMODERNISM IN AGLOBAL PERSPECTIVEMemories, Moments, and ExperiencesEdited by Samir Dasgupta University of Kalyani,West Bengal and Peter Kivisto Augustana CollegeEdited by Sarit K Chaudhuri Head, Departmentof Anthropology, Rajiv Gandhi University,Arunachal Pradesh and Sucheta Sen ChaudhuriHead, Centre for Indigenous Culture Studies,Central University of Jharkhand, RanchiFieldwork in South Asia is a valuable attempt to listenand learn from the memories and significant momentsof fieldwork done by anthropologists, sociologists,and even historians from South Asia. The essayslead towards a deeper understanding of concerns offieldwork located in various field sites across SouthAsia without assuming or applying fixed normative rules for the whole region. Inthe process, the volume allows the reader to have an option to locate or relocateethnographic or other forms of texts in the context of growing methodological contoursand dilemmas in the social science. Above all, this is a book about relationships—multi-layered relationships among people encountered in the field, the ethnographicrelationship itself, with all its personal raw edges, and relationship with the land andeven non-human realms.CONTENTSForeword Felix Padel / Preface / Introduction: Evolving Concerns of Fieldwork Sarit K Chaudhuri andSucheta Sen Chaudhuri / I EXPERIENCE OF SOUTH ASIAN NATIONS / A Historian/ Anthropologist amongstthe Garos of Bangladesh Ellen Bal / Power and Authority in the Field Ali Khan / Story of My Research inBhutan A C Sinha / Remembering Fieldwork Histories Mandy Sadan / Fields of Working Knowledge BenCampbell / Reflections on Fieldwork in Three Cultures Arjun Guneratne / Return to Rengsanggri RobbinsBurling / II THE INDIAN EXPERIENCE / Researching Garo Death Rites Erik de Maaker / Memories andReflections on Ethnographic Fieldwork in ‘Conflict’ Setting Debojyoti Das / In Search of Storytellers amongthe Khiamniungan Nagas Anungla Aier / Experiencing Mortuary Practices in an Anthropological JourneyGautam Kumar Bera / Making Senses of the Organizations and the Experiences of Anthropological Practicesin a University of India Arnab Das / Tales of Everyday Politics in West Bengal Suman Nath and BhaskarChakrabarti / Doing Fieldwork and Discovering Harijan Art in Madhubani Neel Rekha / Memories of MyThird Visit to the Nicobar Archipelago Vijoy S Sahay / Discovering the Self and Others in Jammu, Kashmir,and Ladakh Abeer Gupta / Dialogue on Indigenous Studies and Fieldwork in India Daniel J Rycroft andGanesh Devy / Glossary / Index2014 404 pages Hardback (978-8-132-11742-1) 995.00CONTENTSAcknowledgments / Introduction: Postmodernism in GlobalPerspective Samir Dasgupta and Peter Kivisto / I: FRAMING POSTMODERNISM IN GLOBAL TERMS/ Dialectics of Globalization: From Theory to Practice Douglas Kellner / After Developmentalism andGlobalization, What? Immanuel Wallerstein / 21st Century Globalization: Sociological Perspectives JanNederveen Pieterse / II: EXPLICATING POSTMODERNISM / The Emergence of Postmodern Theory inSociology Andy Scerri / Postmodernity as an Internal Critique of Modernity Peter Kivisto / Modernityand Postmodernity Nico Stehr and Jason L Mast / Sociology and Postmodern Risk Samir Dasgupta /Postmodernism and Sociology: Can Solidarity Be

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