Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP) Ranajit Guha

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Ranajit Guha. Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP) (Paper). От руб. Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP). Ranajit Guha. Купить. от 4 руб. Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP). Ваша оценка Отменить оценку. Ranajit Guha. Автор. Все персоны. руб. Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP) (Paper) посмотреть полное описание. Ranajit Guha, Dominance without Hegemony: History and Power in Colonial India (). You may also like these articles in our Social Theory series: Ben Weiss explain’s Slavoj Žižek’s theory of Violence. Jing Zhai on Jacques Derrida and Deconstruction. Charles Stewart talks about Foucault on Power, Bodies, and Discipline. Juan Carlos de Orellana discusses Gramsci on Hegemony. Michel Lee explains Louis Althusser ideas on Interpellation, and the Ideological State Apparatus. Posted October 28, More s, Asia, Blog, Discover, Europe, Ideas/Intellectual History, Transnational. The Public Hist. Ranajit Guha points out that the colonial state in South Asia was fundamentally different from the metropolitan bourgeois state which sired it. The metropolitan state was hegemonic in character, and its claim to dominance was based on a power relation in which persuasion outweighed coercion. Conversely, the colonial state was non-hegemonic, and in its structure of dominance coercion was paramount.  Dominance without Hegemony had a nationalist aspect as well. This arose from a structural split between the elite and subaltern domains of politics, and the consequent failure of the Indian bourgeoisie to integrate vast areas of the life and consciousness of the people into an alternative hegemony. Автор: Ranajit Guha Год: Издание: Страниц: ISBN: Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP). Добавлено: Похожие книги. Ranajit GuhaDominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP) (Paper). Gyan PrakashBonded Histories: Genealogies of Labor Servitude in Colonial India (Cambridge South Asian Studies). Alejandro CanequeThe King's Living Image: The Culture and Politics of Viceregal Power in Colonial Mexico (New World in the Atlantic World). Tapati Guha–thakurta, «Monuments, Objects, Histories –. Год выпуска: Автор: Ranajit Guha Издательство: Страниц: ISBN: Описание. Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP). Вы можете перейти на сайт ОЗОНа и заказать книгу, если она есть в наличии. Похожие книги. Agricultural Production And South Asian History (Oxford in India Readings: Themes in Indian History). Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP). На этой странице собрана полная информация о книге "Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP)" (Ranajit Guha). Ее можно купить по выгодным ценам в 1 крупных интернет-магазинах России. Книга «Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP)» - постоянный участник в списках самых ожидаемых новинок года. Хотите прочитать отрывок из книги или рецензии читателей - пожалуйста найти другие книги автора воспользоваться быстрым поиском книг: искать по названию и автору. Dominance without Hegemony: History and Power in Colonial India (Convergences: Inventories of the Present). Ranajit Guha. Ranajit Guha is, arguably, the most creative Indian historian of this century. His works have deeply influenced not only the writing of subcontinental history, but also historical investigations elsewhere, as well as cultural studies, literary theories, and social analyses across the world. (Amartya Sen). Aside from its obvious relevance to Indian history, Guha's book is a brilliant example of revolutionary historical method, new perspectives on nationalist history, and theoretical inventiveness in the procedures of historical research. (Edward W. Said).