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南アジア:近・現代の歴史・政治・社会

South Asia: Modern History, Politics, Society

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  書名 著者名 冊数 出版元 刊行年 価格 解説
Madrasas in the Age of Islamophobia. Madrasas in the Age of Islamophobia. Ziya Us Salam & M. Aslam Parvaiz xvi,180p photos. pap. Sage 2020 1,738円 Madrasahs -- Islamic education -- India The book addresses two key questions: How madrasas are falsely accused by some politicians of producing radicalized students who pick up arms and indulge in militancy. And, how some madrasas are trying to find ways to stay relevant in contemporary times by imparting modern knowledge alongside Islamic teachings.
Hinduism Before Reform. Hinduism Before Reform. Hatcher, Brian A. x,321p Harvard U.P. 2020 7,158円 Rammohun Roy, Raja, 1772?-1833 -- Sahajānanda, Swami, 1781-1830 -- Brahma-samaj -- hindu sects -- History -- 19th century By the early eighteenth century, the Mughal Empire was in decline and the East India Company was making in-roads into the subcontinent with an eye on spices, indigo, and opium. A century later, Christian missionaries, Hindu "reformers," Muslim saints, and Sikh rebels formed the colorful religious fabric of colonial India. Through a focus on two distinct nineteenth-century Hindu religious communities and their charismatic leaders-the "cosmopolitan" Rammohun Roy and the "parochial" Swami Narayan, whose influences continue to be felt in contemporary Indian religious life-Hatcher tells us the story of how urban and rural people thought about faith, ritual, and gods.
Accumulation by Segregation: Muslim Localities in Delhi. Accumulation by Segregation: Muslim Localities in Delhi. Jamil, Ghazala xiv+240p. Oxford U.P. 2017 2,970円 Muslims -- India -- Delhi -- Social conditions Based on ethnographical study of Muslim neighbourhoods, this work argues that it is not merely communal discrimination and prejudice that causes formation of segregated Muslim enclaves. Through an intricately weaved argument the text explains that rather than being excluded from the city, the Muslim areas contain a segment of immobile labour and capital that are uniquely positioned for exploitation in the globalised world. Segregated spaces provide for accumulation in favour of other spaces in the city. Section A : Accumulation by segregation -- Section B : Discursive bases of segregation -- Section C : Counter-discourses
From Democratic Socialism to Neo-Liberalism : the story of India's democracy. From Democratic Socialism to Neo-Liberalism : the story of India's democracy. Pinto, Ambrose 279p Indian Institute of Advanced Study 2014 2,752円 Democracy -- Socialism -- India This book attempts to probe into the impact of the shift of Indian democracy from a democracy premised on socialism and state sovereignty to market economy and subordination. It interrogates the shift in democracy, the dichotomy between democracy and market economy and on the impacts of the markets on Indian democracy. Introduction A vision for Democratic India Our Major Achievements and Failures From Democratic Socialism to Liberal DEemocracy From Liberal Democracy to Neo-Liberalism Towards an Alternate Vision Epilogue: Re-discovering Democratic Socialism Bibliography
Material Acts in Everyday Hindu Worlds. Material Acts in Everyday Hindu Worlds. Flueckiger, Joyce Burkhalter xv,190p Pap SUNY 2020 6,164円 Hinduism -- Material culture -- Religious aspects In Material Acts in Everyday Hindu Worlds, Joyce Burkhalter Flueckiger shifts the focus from human agents to material ones, which have an effect, or cause something to happen, that may be beyond what a human creator of the material intended. Analyzing materials from three regions where she has conducted extensive fieldwork, Flueckiger begins with Indian understandings of the agency of ornaments that have the desired effects of protecting women and making them more auspicious. Subsequent chapters bring in examples of materiality that are agentive beyond human intentions, from a south Indian goddess tradition where female guising transforms the aggressive masculinity of men who wear saris, braids, and breasts, to the presence of cement images of Ravana in Chhattisgarh, which perform alternative theologies and ideologies to those of dominant textual traditions of the Ramayana epic, in which Ravana is destroyed by the god Rama.
Hindu Nationalism in India. Hindu Nationalism in India. Sarkar, Tanika xii,266p Hurst 2021 6,942円 Hindutva -- India -- Politics and government -- 21th century In the twenty-first century, there has been a seismic shift in Indian political, religious and social life. The country's guiding spirit was formerly a fusion of the anti-caste worldview of B.R. Ambedkar; the inclusive Hinduism of Mahatma Gandhi; and the agnostic secularism of Jawaharlal Nehru. Today, that fusion has given way to Hindutva. This now-dominant version of Hinduism blends the militant nationalism of V.D. Savarkar; the Brahmanical anti-minorityism of M.S. Golwalkar; and the global Islamophobia of India's ruling regime. It requires deep cultural analysis and historical understanding, as only the sharpest and most profoundly informed historian can provide. For two decades, Tanika Sarkar has forged a path through the alleys and byways of Hindutva. She has trawled through the writing and iconography of its organisations and institutions, including RSS schools and VHP temples. She has visited the offices and homes of Hindutva's votaries, interviewing men and women who believe fervently in their mission of Hinduising India. And she has contextualised this new ferment on the ground with her formidable archival knowledge of Hindutva's origins and development over 150 years, from Bankimchandra to the Babri mosque and beyond. This riveting book connects Hindu religious nationalism with the cultural politics of everyday India.
Afghanistan and Pakistan: Conflict, Extremism, and Resistance to Modernity. Afghanistan and Pakistan: Conflict, Extremism, and Resistance to Modernity. Khan, Riaz Mohammad x,385p. Oxford U.P. (Pakistan) 2011 3,938円 Pakistan -- Foreign relations -- Afghanistan
This book surveys the conflict on Afghanistan from Pakistan's point of view and analyses the roots of that country's ambiguous policy-supporting the United States on one hand, and showing empathy for the Afghan Taliban on the other.
Curzon, Imperial Statesman 1859-1925. Curzon, Imperial Statesman 1859-1925. Gilmour, David xv,684p maps, photos. 古書 John Murray 1994 1,694円 George Nathaniel Curzon 1859-1925 -- Biography -- India -- Middle East -- Politics and government
Islam and Society in Pakistan: Anthropological Perspectives. Islam and Society in Pakistan: Anthropological Perspectives. Marsden, Magnus (ed.) xxxiv, 462p. Oxford U. P. (Pakistan) 2010 3,940円 Islam -- Social aspects -- Pakistan This book aims to bring together some of the most sophisticated recent anthropological work on the ways in which Pakistan's citizens from diverse social and regional backgrounds set to the task of being Muslim, and contribute to the dynamic role played by Islam in the country's political and social life.
Rare Maps of Pakistan. Rare Maps of Pakistan. Aijazuddin, F.S. xviii,167p maps Ferozsons 2000 7,623円 Pakistan -- Map collections -- Bibliography A study of 108 maps of the north-western areas of the subcontinent, dateable from 1486 to 1947. The examples include Ptolemiac maps, maps of the Mughal empire, pre-British maps, maps of Sindh and Balochistan and also of Punjab and N.W.F.P. The final section covers maps of the northern areas - Swat, Hunza, Chitral, etc.
When Does History Begin? religion, narrative, and identity in the Sikh tradition. When Does History Begin? religion, narrative, and identity in the Sikh tradition. Oberoi, Harjot xxv,243p pap. SUNY 2022 6,089円 Sikhism -- Histopry -- Historiography Documents how the premodern techniques of narrating the past in South Asia were deeply transformed by colonial modernity, resulting in newer forms of truth-telling within the Sikh community.

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