Elementary Aspects of Peasant Insurgency in Colonial India
"Very unusual and original. Guha presents a new set of conceptual categories to understand the peasant situation in the postcolonial era. His work has transcended the local boundaries of India and has inspired the foundation of similar research projects in the Latin American field such as the Latin American Subaltern Studies Group."--Ileana Rodriguez, Ohio State University
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