Community and Nation: Essays on Identity and Politics in Eastern India
This collection of author's best known essays discuss the history of the state of Bihar from 1920s to independence. They deal with different yet related aspects of her work like Partition, Muslims, plight of minorities and Dalits, popular culture as well as their contribution to political processes.
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Colonial Muslim Politics in Bihar
Community Questions and Bihar Politics
The Making of the Congress Muslim
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