Situating Social History: Orissa, 1800-1997
The book examines the shaping of popular culture of Orissa over the last two hundred years. It brings together six articles, which delineate different aspects of the social and cultural history of Orissa health and disease, caste, class, gender, popular perceptions and literary constructions. Also included are two field notes that focus on certain vital issues of contemporary relevance in Korapat.
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Images in Oriya Literature
Popular Memory in Orissa
Perceptions in a Changing Society
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