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Contexts and Paradigms Environments and Identities The Bihar Agrarian Comparative Perspectives
  • Power, Agrarian Structure, and Peasant Mobilization in Modern India - Majid Siddiqi
  • Borders, languages, peasants, nations: colonial concepts in India - Peter Robb
  • The Indian Agricultural Problem, 1900-1950: Land, Labour, and Capital - Tom Tomlinson
  • The Raw and the Simmered: Environmental Contexts of Food and Agrarian Relations in the Gangetic Plain - James R. Hagen
  • Forest Peoples, Frontiers, and Wildness in Western India - Ajay Skaria
  • Subaltern Sadhus: Political Ascetics in Indian Myth, Memory, and History - William R. Pinch
  • When Peasants were Men - Wendy Singer
  • Swami and Friend - Arvind Das
  • 'Baba' and Non-Cooperator: Congress' Co-optation of Agrarian Unrest in North India in the 1920s and 1930s - Harold A. Gould
  • Haat-Looting: Markets, Peasants, and Noncooperation in Gangetic Bihar, 1920-1922 - Anand Yang
  • The Peasants of Jharkhand and the peasants of Jharkhand: A Preliminary Appraisal - Christopher V. Hill
  • Recorded interview with Bihar peasant activist in 1962 - Sho Kuwajima
  • The Right to the Sea: the Struggle of Artisanal Fishers in Kerala since 1980 - Peter Reeves
  • Beyond Forest Boundaries: Peoples, Markets, and the State in Himalayan Punjab, 1850-1925 - Ruhi Grover
  • Peasant Mobilization in South India, 1836-l957 - Ronald J. Herring
  • Success and Failure in Rural Development: Maharashtra, Bihar and Bangladesh in the late 1980s. - Harry Blair
  • Symposium Papers -
    Contexts and Paradigms
    FRIDAY, 23 May 1997, 2:00-5:00
    Topic
    Presentor
    Welcoming remarks Rich Barnett
    University of Virginia
    Keynote Address: Power, Agrarian Structure, and Peasant Mobilization in Modern India Majid Siddiqi
    Jawaharlal Nehru University
    Borders, languages, peasants, nations: colonial concepts in India Peter Robb
    SOAS, University of London
    The Indian Agricultural Problem, 1900-1950: Land, Labour, and Capital Tom Tomlinson,
    University of Strathclyde
    Environments and Identities
    Saturday 24 May 9:00-12:00
    Topic
    Presentor
    The Raw and the Simmered: Environmental Contexts of Food and Agrarian Relations in the Gangetic Plain James R. Hagen
    Email | Frostburg State University
    Forest Peoples, Frontiers, and Wildness in Western India Ajay Skaria
    University of Virginia
    Subaltern Sadhus: Political Ascetics in Indian Myth, Memory, and History William R. Pinch
    Wes
    leyan University
    When Peasants were Men Wendy Singer
    Kenyon College
    The Bihar Agrarian
    Saturday, 23 May 1997, 2:00-5:00
    Topic
    Presentor
    Swami and Friend [Full-text Draft] Arvind Das
    Asia-Pacific Communication
    Associates, New Delhi
    (formerly Times of India)
    'Baba' and Non-Cooperator: Congress' Co-optation of Agrarian Unrest in North India in the 1920s and 1930s [Full-text Draft] Harold A. Gould
    Visiting Scholar
    University of Virginia
    Haat-Looting: Markets, Peasants, and Noncooperation in Gangetic Bihar, 1920-1922 Anand Yang
    University of Utah
    The Peasants of Jharkhand and the peasants of Jharkhand: A Preliminary Appraisal [Full-text Draft] Christopher V. Hill
    University of Colorado
    -Colorado Spri
    ngs
    Recorded interview with Bihar peasant activist in 1962 [ Full Text] Sho Kuwajima
    Osaka University
    Comparative Perspectives
    SUNDAY 25 May 10:00-12:30
    Topic
    Presentor
    The Right to the Sea: the Struggle of Artisanal Fishers in Kerala since 1980 [Full-text Draft] Peter Reeves
    Curtin Institute of
    Technology, Australia
    Beyond Forest Boundaries: Peoples, Markets, and the State in Himalayan Punjab, 1850-1925 Ruhi Grover
    University of Virginia
    Peasant Mobilization in South India, 1836-l957 Ronald J. Herring
    Cornell University
    Success and Failure in Rural Development: Maharashtra, Bihar and Bangladesh in the late 1980s. [Full-text Draft] Harry Blair
    Bucknell University
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