Caste, Ambedkar, and Contemporary India

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Gail Omvedt speaks on Bhakti Movements a Brown Bag Lecture titled, “Bhakti Movements and Dalit Protests” at Southern Asian Institute, Columbia University on April 18, 2007. Reported by Joel Lee in Southern Asian Institute Newsletter Fall 2006-Spring 2007, Volume 31, No.1

Lack of tolerance of diversity in Asia: a look at on-going forms of discrimination in Japan, the Philippines, and India / Francis Asprec. Abstract of the paper presented at the 18th Annual Graduate Student Conference on East Asia, Feb. 6-7, 2009 Columbia University

The Tongue Makes A Good Book : History, Religion, And Performance In The Namdev Tradition In Maharashtra / Christian Lee Novetzke. Doctoral Dissertation, Columbia University. Issue date: 2003 [Access restricted to Columbia University faculty & students]

"The Pariah Problem" : Missionaries, The Administration Of "untouchables" And The Elaboration Of Neutrality In Colonial South India, C.1885-1918 / Rupa Viswanath. Doctoral Dissertation, Columbia University. Issue date: 2006 [Access restricted to Columbia University faculty & students]

The Power Of Conversion And The Foreignness Of Belonging: Domination And Moral Community In A Paraiyar Slum / Nathaniel Pemberton Roberts. Doctoral Dissertation, Columbia University. Issue date: 2008 [Access restricted to Columbia University faculty & students]

Voices From The Subaltern: Education And Empowerment Among Rural Dalit (untouchable) Women And Girls / Moses Seenarine. Doctoral Dissertation, Columbia University. Issue date: 1998 [Access restricted to Columbia University faculty & students]

The Prehistory Of The Popular : Caste And Canonicity In Indian Modernity / Milind Wakankar. Doctoral Dissertation, Columbia University. Issue date: 2003. [Access restricted to Columbia University faculty & students]

Caste, Power and State in the Early Maratha Polity: The Role of Sanskrit Texts / Ananya Vajpeyi. Abstract of the paper presented at the conference, "Language, Culture & Power" in honor of Sheldon Pollock, on February 22 and 23, 2008, Columbia University.

Can mandated political representation increase policy influence for disadvantaged minorities? Theory and evidence from India / Rohini Pande. Economics Discussion Papers, Columbia University. Issue date: 2002-05

The Prehistory Of The Popular : Caste And Canonicity In Indian Modernity / Milind Wakankar. Doctoral Dissertation, Columbia University. Issue date: 2003 [Access restricted to Columbia University faculty & students]

Caste And Contentious Politics : State-society Interactions And Non-brahman Movements In The Madras And Bombay Presidencies, 1880-1940 / Shefali Trivedi. Doctoral Dissertation, Columbia University. Issue date: 2003 [Access restricted to Columbia University faculty & students]

 

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