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Performing Nationhood: The Emotional Roots of Swadeshi Nationhood in Bengal, 1905-1912

ISBN : 9780199480180

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¥7,117
Author: 
Mimasha Pandit
Pages
261 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
138 x 216 mm
Pub date
Jan 2018
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This book serves as the corridor to one's 'self'. Begun as a humble attempt to trace the performance history of Bengal it has passed through various planes of interrogation, and interpretation, until the notion of nation gained a new life in the performative space. This book has tried to trace the winding path of the emergent emotion of nationhood as it developed as a nuanced image of 'self', thereby locating the beginning of that emotion of national 'self'.

Index: 

INTRODUCTION: THE DYNAMICS OF EMOTIONAL BOND; Chapter 1 - Inventing Indigeneity: A Storehouse of Collective Memory; Chapter 2 - Birth of a Community of Emotion: Locating the Voice of Swadeshi Public; Chapter 3 - Imagining a Bond: Building of a National 'Self'; Chapter 4 - Hidden Transcript of Resistance: Roots of Nexus between Violence and Nationhood; Chapter 5 - Oppressed 'Self/Selves': The Emotional Roots of Nationalism; Epilogue; BIBLIOGRAPHY; About the Author

About the author: 

Mimasha Pandit, Assistant Professor in the History Department of Mankar College, Mankar, Burdwan. She was awarded PhD degree from the University of Calcutta.

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