2 edition of Dispossession and resistance in India found in the catalog.
Dispossession and resistance in India
Alf Gunvald Nilsen
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Alf Gunvald Nilsen|
|Series||Routledge advances in South Asian studies -- 16|
|LC Classifications||HB2100.M29 N55 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 231 p. :|
|Number of Pages||231|
|ISBN 10||0415558646, 0203854977|
|ISBN 10||9780415558648, 9780203854976|
|LC Control Number||2009039608|
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Dispossession and Resistance in India: The River and the Rage (Routledge Advances in South Asian Studies) The book explains the Narmada conflict and addresses how the building of the anti-dam campaign was animated by processes of collective learning, how activists extended the spatial scope of their struggle by building networks of.
"Dispossession and Resistance in India is also a salutary and unrivalled exemplar of engaged ethnographic research into the collective capacity of social movements from below to challenge the trajectory of state development strategies shaped by India’s dominant proprietary classes, or social movements from above.
Dispossession and Resistance in India: The River and the Rage Alf Gunvald Nilsen This book deals with the controversies on developmental aspects of large dams, with. 1st Edition Published on Febru by Routledge This book deals with the controversies on developmental aspects of large dams, with a particular focus o Dispossession and Resistance in India: The Dispossession and resistance in India book and the Rage - 1st Ed.
This book deals with the controversies on developmental aspects of large dams, with a particular focus on the Narmada Valley projects in India.
Based on extensive ethnographic fieldwork and research, the author draws on Marxist theory to craft a detailed analysis of how local demands for resettlement and rehabilitation were transformed into a radical anti-dam campaign linked to national and.
The book brings to the reader a set of political and social narratives woven around people’s resistance against big dams, mining and industrial projects, in short, displacement and dispossession in Odisha, India. This saga of dispossession abounds with stories and narratives of ordinary peasants, forest dwellers, fisher folk and landless wage.
The book is Alf Nilsen’s Dispossession and Resistance in India: The River and the Rage that raises profound questions about the modalities through which social movements emerge from below to contest development strategies and the role of the political economy of state power.
Everybody interested in the practices, institutions, and discourses. Much has been written about this feature of the Narmada struggle, and I have engaged with this literature in my book (Nilsen, Nilsen, A. Dispossession and resistance in India: The river and the rage, London, UK: Routledge., [Google Scholar], pp.
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Department of Agriculture. Get this from a library. Dispossession and Resistance in India: the River and the Rage. [Alf Gunvald Nilsen] -- Deals with the controversies on developmental aspects of large dams with a particular focus on the Narmada case in India.
This book shows how local demands for resettlement and rehabilitation were. The book begins by pointing out a change in India’s dispossession politics. Shortly after independence, the Indian state began dispossessing millions for the construction of large dams and public-sector projects, successfully branding any resistance as “anti-development”, while largely remaining unperturbed by anti-dispossession : Fizzah Sajjad.
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The book brings to the reader a set of political and social narratives woven around peoples resistance against big dams, mining and industrial projects, in short, displacement and dispossession in Odisha, India.
This saga of dispossession abounds with stories and narratives of ordinary peasants, forest dwellers, fisher folk and landless wage.
Winner of the Global and Transnational Sociology Best Book Award, American Sociological AssociationWinner of the Political Economy of World System (PEWS) Distinguished Book Award, American Sociological AssociationReceived Honorable Mention for the Asia/Transnational Book Award, American Sociological AssociationSince the mids, India has been beset by widespread.
Histories of Conservation, Dispossession and Resistance. Author: Carl James Griffin,Roy Jones,Iain J. Robertson; Publisher: Springer ISBN: Category: Civilization Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This book offers the first systematic study of how elite conservation schemes and policies define once customary and vernacular forms of managing common resources as.
Kapoor, D () Against Colonization and Rural Dispossession: Local Resistance in South and East Asia, the Pacific and Africa, London: Zed book is essentially a collection of case studies of rural social movement activity, or of more amorphous resistance, in opposition to dispossession. The editorial introduction strongly makes the case for ‘recognizing the primacy.
Dispossession and resistance in India: the river and the rage. Deals with the controversies on developmental aspects of large dams with a particular focus on the Narmada case in India.
This book shows how local demands for resettlement and rehabilitation were Losing Ground: Accumulation by Dispossession in the Narmada Valley -- 3. Download The-anti-politics-machine-in-india ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, Dispossession And Resistance In India.
Author: Alf Gunvald Nilsen ISBN: The book explains the Narmada conflict and addresses how the building of the anti-dam campaign was animated by processes of collective learning, how activists. Read an Excerpt. CHAPTER 1. LOCAL RESISTANCE TO COLONIZATION AND RURAL DISPOSSESSION IN SOUTH AND EAST ASIA, THE PACIFIC, AND AFRICA.
Dip Kapoor. Contemporary contestation and resistance by indigenous peoples, forest dwellers, small or landless peasants, pastoralists, fishers, marginal castes and ethnicities, and precariously positioned farm labor Pages: Title: Dispossession and Resistance in India: The River and the Rage Author Name: Alf Gunvald Nilsen Categories: India, Sociology, Edition: First Edition Publisher: Delhi, India, Aakar Books: ISBN: Binding: Softcover Book Condition: New Seller ID: Keywords: Dispossession and Resistance in India: The River and the Rage Alf Gunvald Nilsen.
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Dispossession and Resistance in India. Alf Gunvald Nilsen. Format Type: PDF, Docs. Download: Read Online: Book Review Dispossession and Resistance in India: The River and the Rage Alf Gunvald Nilsen. Routledge Advances in South Asian Studies. Abingdon: Routledge Hardback £85 Ostensibly this is a detailed study of a remarkable campaign against the building of the Sardar Sarovar dam in central India, the last in a series of mega dams on the riverAuthor: E Scandrett.
The emergence of resistance is in part explained by the fact that subaltern groups are those mostly affected by the dispossessing and exploitative effects of capitalist colonial dispossession and are therefore at the forefront of struggles against primitive accumulation or accumulation by dispossession.
The praxis of resistance represents in Author: Giuliano Martiniello. Buy Against Colonization and Rural Dispossession: Local Resistance in South & East Asia, the Pacific & Africa: Read Books Reviews - Introduction.
The history of white colonial land dispossession began at the Cape with the expansion of the Dutch colonial settlement established by Jan van Riebeeck on behalf of the Dutch East India Company (VOC).
Initially, he was authorised to set up a refreshment station for the company’s ships, but with the need for a more sustainable source of meat and vegetable supply more land was.
Popular struggles in the global south suggest the need for the development of new and politically enabling categories of analysis, and new ways of understanding contemporary social movements. This book shows how social movements in Africa, South Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East politicize.
colonization, a history of dispossession and resistance. In the lands now called British Columbia, this history is well documented.
Researching and interpreting this history is a significant component of any Indigenous research project. Using a chronological narrative, this chapter provides a. The government of India created new legal entitlements for private companies by enacting the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Act in for export industries, IT companies, mining companies, and supporting real-estate development, resulting in dispossession, resistance, land speculation, and the emergence of land : Debjani Bhattacharyya.
Against the Current, From Below: Resisting Dispossession in the Narmada Valley, India Article in Journal of Poverty 17(4) October with 30 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Alf Gunvald Nilsen.
[The Book] has wide scholarly appeal. Accumulation by Dispossession will be useful not only to academics conducting research within the domain of urban studies in India, but anthropologists, sociologists and political scientists working in a wide range of contexts.
Book Review: Globalisation and the Land Question: Development, Dispossession and Resistance: D’Costa, Anthony P and Achin Chakraborty, Editors, The Land Question in India: State, Dispossession and Capitalist Transition Kapoor, Dip, Editor, Against Colonization and Rural Dispossession: Local Resistance in South and East Asia, the Pacific and AfricaAuthor: Deepak K Mishra.
After having read the book, I’m still trying to fully grapple with what exactly dispossession means. Through the conversation that Butler and Athanasiou engage in, they highlight dispossession in several ways, one being the dispossession of self, which could largely be defined by the owning of land, property etc.
in light of liberalization and embedded social conventions and norms.4/5. Accumulation by Dispossession and Its Limits: The Southern Africa Paradigm Revisited Giovanni Arrighi & Nicole Aschoff & Ben Scully Published online: 9 November # Springer Science+Business Media, LLC Third World (w/o China and India)a File Size: KB.
Dispossession and Resistance in India: The River and the Rage. The book explains the Narmada conflict and addresses how the building of the anti-dam campaign was animated by processes of collective learning, how activists extended the spatial scope of their struggle by building networks of solidarity with transnational advocacy groups, and how it is embedded in and shaped by a wider field of.
This chapter takes a fresh look at the land question in India. Instead of re-engaging in the rich Marxian transition debate, this volume goes beyond that debate to critically examine theoretically the centrality of land in contemporary development discourse in India.
But this chapter shows that land in India is sought increasingly for nonagricultural purposes, resulting in inequality and thus.