Fields of Protest: Women's Movements in India

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U of Minnesota Press, 1999 - 217 pages
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Contents

Womens Movements and Political Fields
1
From Lived Experiences to Political Action
22
Calcutta A Hegernonic Political Field
45
Negotiating a Homogeneous Political Culture
63
Domination and Subordination in Calcutta
84
Bombay A Fragmented Political Field
102
Coexistence in a Heterogeneous Political Culture
121
Domination and Subordination in Bombay
140
Identity Autonomy the State and Womens Movements
159
Methodological Appendixes
169
Notes
179
Bibliography
191
Index
211
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