The Construction of Communalism in Colonial North India by Gyanendra PandeyThe Construction of Communalism in Colonial North India by Gyanendra Pandey

The Construction of Communalism in Colonial North India

byGyanendra Pandey

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This is a radically new analysis of communalism along with nationalism and colonialism. It is a part of a larger exercise aimed at understanding the construction of Indian society, and politics in recent times by challenging the conventional analysis of communalism and providing alternativetheoretical cues to grasp its nature and dynamics. The book also explores how nationalism and communalism are constructed out of shared as well as contested experiences and out of common and mutually contradictory visions and struggles. It is a milestone in contemporary debates on nationalistpolicies and modern political communities. Given the worldwide resurgence of religious nationalism and communalism, this new edition reopens many of the questions signalled in the first edition and carries the discussion forward. The centenary edition contains a new Foreword. This book will be an important reading for scholars, teachers, and students of modern Indian history. It will also interest sociologists, anthropologists, and political scientists.
Gyanendra Pandey is Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of History at Emory University, Atlanta, USA.
Title:The Construction of Communalism in Colonial North IndiaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:360 pages, 8.46 × 5.51 × 0 inPublished:July 12, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198077300

ISBN - 13:9780198077305

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ForewordPreface to the Second EditionPreface to the First EditionAbbreviationsGlossary1. Introduction2. The Colonial Construction of the Indian Past3. The Bigoted Julaha4. Community as History5. Mobilizing the Hindu Community6. 'Hindi, Hindu, Hindustan'7. Nationalism versus CommunalismAfterword: Communalism after CommunalismAppendix IAppendix IIBibliographyIndex