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Tribe-British Relations in India Revisiting Text, Perspective and Approach

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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 09/2021
Edizione: 1st ed. 2021


This book discusses the colonial history of Tribe-British relations in India. It analyses colonial literature, as well as cultural and relational issues of pre-literate communities. It interrogates disciplinary epistemology through multidisciplinary engagement. It presents the temporal and spatial dimensions of tribal studies. The chapters critically examine colonial ideology and administration and civilization of tribes of India. Each paper introduces a unique context of Tribe-British interactions and provides an innovative approach, theoretical foundation, analytical tool and methodological insights in the emerging discipline of tribal studies. The book is of interest to researchers and scholars engaged in topics related to tribes.


1. Revisiting Tribe-British Relations: Tribal Worldview and Colonial Ideology 
at Perspective
Maguni Charan Behera   
Part I Mindscape  

2. Engaging with Tribes of Eastern Kumaun in Colonial Era
Anil K. Joshi
3. The Journey from Isolation to Interaction during British Raj: Case of Natives in Andaman
Kaustav Das & Koel Mukherjee
4. Indira Goswami’s The Bronz Sword of Thengphakhari Tehsildar: A Critique of the British Colonialism and its Resistance
Binda Sah  & Laxmi Kumary 
5. Institutionalisation of Dobhasi: The British strategy for the Naga tribes in North East India 
Avitoli G. Zhimo
6. Myth and Reality of Colonial Conciliation: British   Officials and Relations with Paharias (1772-1785)
Dinesh Narayan Verma 
7. Revisiting J. P. Mills’ portrayal of Changki Ao Naga
8. The Naga Mind: Colonial Encounter and Religion
Tiatemsu Longkumer

Part II Revisiting Tribe-British Relations 
9. Revisiting Naga Resistance to British Colonialism: A Study of A Naga Village Remembered and Related Historical Texts
Nigamananda Das 
10. The Raz, the Rajas and the Bhuiyans: Revisiting the Kenonjhar Rebellion of 1867 and its impact on Bonai
Pravat Mallick 
11. A Critique of Colonial Interpretation of the Santal Insurrection of 1855-1856
Dinesh Narayan Verma
12. Participation of Tribes of Nabarangpur District, Odisha in Freedom Movement 
Bijaya Kumar Misra
13. Revisiting Kol Revolt, 1831-32
Seema Mamta Minz & PrernaChoubey
14. Bhils of Southern Rajputana during British Raj
Shilpi Doodwal
15. Against the British: Kandha Leadership in Ghumsar Uprising (1753-1856) 
Shyama Prasad Mishra
16. Colonisation of Manipur: Cause, Process,  Native Resentment and Resistance
Premmi Wahengbam

Part III Recreating Identity 

17. Rulers, Criminals and De-notified Tribe: A Historical Journey of the Meenas 
Madan Meena
18. Colonial Construct of Criminal Tribes - Piramalai Kallar and Narikoravar of Tamil Nadu
Lipika Ravichandran
19. Colonial Administration in Excluded and Partially Excluded Areas of Undivided Assam with Special Reference to Lushai Hills
Jangkhongam Doungel 
20. Colonial Construction of an Imaginary Line: Revisiting the Inner Line Regulation in Mizoram
Ayangbam Shyamkishor
21. The coming of the British and its impact on the local administration in the Khasi Hills 
Dhiraj Kumar Borkotoky
22. ‘Agency’ and Nature of Policy Driven Administration in Tribal Areas of Colonial Andhra
 Vulli Dhanaraju


Maguni Charan Behera, M.A., Ph.D. (Economics) from Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, has been pursuing researches on tribal studies and rural economics from mid-1980s. He has authored/edited/co-edited more than 30 volumes on socio-economic and cultural life of tribal and rural people from theoretical and empirical perspectives. To his credit, he has more than sixty research papers on national and international topics published in various national and international journals. He has presented about sixty-five papers in national and international seminars/conferences in the country and abroad. He is a member of many professional bodies. Dr. Behera was a professor of Indigenous Culture Studies and Dean School of Cultural Studies, Central University of Jharkhand, before he joined as a director of Arunachal Institute of Tribal Studies, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, India.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 807 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:3 Illustrations, black and white
Pagine Arabe: 366
Pagine Romane: xxvii

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