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The politics of belonging in India : becoming Adivasi edited by Daniel J. Rycroft and Sangeeta Dasgupta. - London ; New York : Routledge, 2011 - 1 vol. (XVII-238 p.) ; 24 cm - Routledge contemporary South Asia series ; 43 . - Routledge contemporary South Asia series ; 43. .

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Indigenous pasts and the politics of belonging / Daniel J. Rycroft and Sangeeta Dasgupta (p.1-13) -- Part I - Contesting catagories, blurring boundaries (p.15-17) -- The dangers of belonging: tribes, indigenous people and homelands in South Asia / Willem van Schendel (p.19-43) -- Performative genres as boundary markers: folklore and the creation of Purulia as a border zone / Roma Chatterji (p.44-58) -- Part II - Revisiting Resistance (p.59-63) -- Rebellion as modern self fashioning: a Santal movement in colonial Bengal / Tanika Sarkar (p.65-81) -- Reconstructing an event: the Great Rebellion of 1857-8 and Singhbhum Indigenes / Asoka Kumar Sen (p.82-96) -- Part III - Landscape and Adivasi agency (p.97-102) -- Customary rights and resistance in the forests of Singhbhum / Vinita Damodaran (p.103-118) -- Standpoints and intersections : towards an indigenist epistemology / Darley Jose Kjosavik (p.119-135) -- Part IV - Politics participation and recognition (p.137-140) -- Sovereignty through indigenous governance : reviving 'traditional political institutions' in Northeast India / Bengt G. Karlsson (p.141-153) -- Aid, Adivasis and aspirations for development in western India / David Mosse (p.154-174) -- Politics, development and identity : Jharkhand, 1991-2009 / Amit Prakash (p.175-189) -- Part V - Mainstreams and margins (p.191-197) -- Using the part to win the present : peasant revolt, political parties and the print media in leftist West Bengal / Abhijit Guha (p.199-216) -- Who cares for a new state ? The imaginary institution of Jharkhand / Alpa Shah (p.217-230)

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Adivasis--Ethnic identity.
Adivasis--Social conditions.
Group identity--India.


India--Ethnic relations.
India--Social conditions.
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