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Nivedita Menon is an Indian feminist writer and a professor of political thought at Jawaharlal Nehru University , Delhi. Menon has written or edited several books about feminism and politics, including the volume Recovering Subversion: Feminist Politics Beyond the Law. Seeing Like a Feminist , released in , received favourable reviews. It also had high sales, partly due to uproar following the Delhi gang rape. Menon is known for her staunch opposition to nuclear power.
Skip to main content. MTP during Covid This engagement produces a complex field of thought and practice that simultaneously rejects both Euro-normality and Brahminical patriarchy. Is Feminism about 'Women'? Feminism requires us to recognise that "women" is neither a stable nor a homogeneous category. Does intersectionality as a universal framework help us to capture this complexity? This paper argues that it does not.
NIVEDITA MENON, ed., Gender and politics in India (Themes in politics series). New Delhi: Oxford University Press, xi + pp. Tables, notes, references.
Skip to main content. MTP during Covid This engagement produces a complex field of thought and practice that simultaneously rejects both Euro-normality and Brahminical patriarchy. Is Feminism about 'Women'? Feminism requires us to recognise that "women" is neither a stable nor a homogeneous category.
Partha Chatterjee is one of the world's greatest living theorists on the political, cultural, and intellectual history of nationalism. Beginning in the s, his work, particularly within the context of India, has served as the foundation for subaltern studies, an area of scholarship he continues to develop. In this collection, English-speaking readers are finally able to experience the breadth and substance of Chatterjee's wide-ranging thought. His provocative essays examine the phenomenon of postcolonial democracy and establish the parameters for research in subaltern politics. They include an early engagement with agrarian politics and Chatterjee's brilliant book reviews and journalism. Selections include one never-before-published essay, "A Tribute to the Master," which considers through a mock retelling of an episode from the classic Sanskrit epic, The Mahabharata , a deep dilemma in the study of postcolonial history, and several Bengali essays, now translated into English for the first time.
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