Facing Globality: Politics of Resistance, Relocation, and Reinvention in India

Hardcover | September 15, 2012

EditorBhupinder Brar, Pampa Mukherjee

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This volume explores a range of issues that gauge India's response to globalization and the subsequent move to the state of globality, which is the result of the process of globalization. It looks at India as a specific location of globality and devises a framework for analysing thisphenomenon, thus moving beyond the 'nationalist' mould in which the social sciences in India have traditionally operated. The essays examine the discourses of resistance, relocation, and reinvention apparent in the social sciences in order to map the changing nature of the Indian state and society.Though they individually draw different conclusions, the essays are bound together by a commonality of approach: they bear out the principal suggestion that resistance, relocation, and reinvention constitute a conceptual triad to find the coordinates of altered ideas, interrelationships, stances,and stratagems.

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This volume explores a range of issues that gauge India's response to globalization and the subsequent move to the state of globality, which is the result of the process of globalization. It looks at India as a specific location of globality and devises a framework for analysing thisphenomenon, thus moving beyond the 'nationalist' moul...

Bhupinder Brar is Professor in the Department of Political Science at Panjab Unversity, Chandigarh. Pampa Mukherjee is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Panjab Unversity, Chandigarh.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:312 pages, 8.46 × 5.51 × 0.98 inPublished:September 15, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019807896X

ISBN - 13:9780198078968

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Bhupinder Brar: Mapping India's Globality: Introducing an Agenda for Research1. Aditya Nigam: Imagining the Global Nation2. Anupama Roy: The Overseas Citizen of India: Setubandhan or Duality of Citizenship?3. Neera Chandhoke: Globality, State, and Collective Imagination: The Indian Experience4. Janaki Srinivasan: Janus and its Mirrors: Global Forums and India's Development Debate5. Ashutosh Kumar: Globality and Dissonance in Indian Democracy: Explaining Why Indian Political Parties Do What They Do6. Partha Pratim Basu: The CPI (M) and Globalization: Anatomy of Ambivalence7. Pampa Mukherjee: Globality and Imagined Futures: A Brief History of Uttarakhand's Development Dreams8. Deepak K. Singh: Locating the Dislocated in Globalized India: A Comparative Study of Resistance against Bhakhra and Sardar Sarovar Projects9. Kumool Abbi: Globality and the Reinvention of Punjabi CinemaNotes on Contributors