Hulibandi, Ashok M.
ISBN: 9789352080380, 9352080386
It aims to promote a better understanding of society through deeper insights into questions of human rights and social justice, encouraging constructive engagement of scholars with questions of nation building and development, with special reference to the dalit population.
Pati, Biswamoy (ed.)
ISBN: 9789380607900, 9380607903
This book brings together a wide variety of scholarly ideas: the way `Aryans' are perceived in Dalit historical thinking; Dalit liberation seen through the lense of Adam Smith; the election of the Constituent Assembly (1946) with which Ambedkar was intimately involved, and which scripted India's constitution etc.
ISBN: 9789387651616, 9387651614
This book presents lucid and extensive study of six life narratives written by dalit women from Maharashtra. It offers a comprehensive exploration of their inspirational journeys towards self-assertion, their dilemma between Dalit solidarity and feminist thought as they fight their marginalization in the dalit discourse.
Franco, Fernando et al.
ISBN: 9788185604657, 8185604657
Contains interviews of Dalits of Gujarat.
ISBN: 9780670085095, 067008509X
ISBN: 9789383166220, 9383166223
This book uses a `class-relational' approach to analyse continuity and change in processes of accumulation, exploitation and domination.
Judge, Paramjit S et al.
ISBN: 9788131602683, 8131602680
Based on empirical investigation of rural and urban Punjab, the book explores patterns of social mobility of Dalits. Four dimensions, namely, education, empowerment, emigration and entrepreneurship, have been examined.
Mayaram, Shail et al. (ed.)
ISBN: 9788178242149, 8178242141
The volume comprises essays broadly linked by an interest in the history of Muslims and Dalit in South Asia, or with the manner in which dominant histories in the subcontinent have been `fabricated'.
ISBN: 9780367424107, 036742410X
The study incorporates Dalits, caste, sex, disability, gender, ethnicity, kinship etc. to study the emerging forms of intimacies.
ISBN: 9788131607688, 8131607682
ISBN: 9780195670882, 0195670884
A novel with Dalit-feminist perspective. It explores the impact of discrimination-- compounded above all, by poverty-- suffered by Dalit women.
ISBN: 9780195698435, 0195698436
A novel with dalit-feminist perspective. It explores the impact of discrimination--compounded above all, by poverty--suffered by dalit women.
ISBN: 9788188965908, 8188965901
The book captures the struggle of a Dalit woman in Telengana to survive and acquire an education in the face of overwhelming odds--grinding poverty, discrimination, violence.
Goud, E. Anjaneya
ISBN: 9789351710776, 9351710777
ISBN: 9781137591326, 1137591323
Sangwan, Om Prakash (b.1948)(ed.)
ISBN: 9788171693672, 8171693679
ISBN: 9788184702200, 8184702205
This book is the outcome of a research based on Dalitoral narratives, to record and to understand their interpretation of their own pasts.
Bhagavan, Manu et al. (ed.)
ISBN: 9780198063490, 0198063490
Dedicated to Eleanor Zelliot, a pioneering scholar to Dalit studies, this book explores the lives and creations of Dalits and seeks to re-examine the subaltern question in the subcontinent through a variety of discipline and academic approaches.
It aims to provide a forum for informed, evidence based debate and discussion on the issues related to social exclusion and discrimination as experienced by persons from the excluded groups and policies to promote social inclusion and equal rights and entitlement.
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