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An anthropologist among the historians and other essays.

de Cohn, Bernard S; Guha, Ranajit introd.

Éditeur: Oxford, New York, Delhi : Oxford University Press, 1987.Description: xxvi-682 p. : tabl.ISBN: 19 561875 0 (sic).N° Inventaire: L10722.Thématique: Histoire | Colonialisme | Caste | Empire colonial | Statut socialThématique spécifique: Démographie | Recherche pluridisciplinaire | Contact culturel | Despotisme | Structure sociale | Changement socio-culturel | Hiérarchie sociale | Histoire de l'anthropologie | Changement social | Famille | Colonialisme britannique | Influence culturelle | Islam | Colonisation | Idéologie dominante | Brahmane | Intouchable | Changement politique | Recrutement | Organisation politique | Colon | Droit | Idéologie | Modèle culturel | Histoire sociale | Pouvoir politique | Epistémologie | Communauté villageoise | Autorité politique | Système politique | Commerçant | Commerce | Hindouisme | Religion | Relations inter-castes | Structure politique | Conflit politique | Généalogie | Relation avec le pouvoir | MusulmanGéographique: Madhopur | Uttar Pradesh | Asie méridionale | Senapur | Inde | BénarèsEthnique: Chamar | Thakur | RajpouteContenu: An Anthropologist among the Historians : A field study -- History and Anthropology : The state of play -- Anthropology and History in the 1980s : Towards a rapprochement -- Networks and Centres in the Integration of Indian Civilization -- The Pasts of an Indian Village -- Regions Subjective and Objective : Their relation to the study of modern Indian history and society -- Notes on the History of the Study of Indian Society and Culture -- Is there a New Indian History ? Society and social change under the Raj -- African Models and Indian Histories -- The Census, Social Structure and Objectification in South Asia -- The Changing Status of a Depressed Caste -- The Changing Traditions of a Low Caste -- Madhopur Revisited -- Chamar Family in a North Indian Village : A structural contingent -- The Initial British Impact on Indian : A case study of the Benares region -- Structural Change in Indian Rural Society 1596-1885 -- The British in Benares : A nineteenth century colonial society -- From Indian Status to British Contract -- Political Systems in Eighteenth-Century India : The Benares region -- The Recruitment and Training of British Civil Servants in India -- Some Notes on Law and Change in North India -- Anthropological Notes on Law and Disputes in North India -- Representing Authority in Victorian India.
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Bibliogr. dissém. Notes.

An Anthropologist among the Historians : A field study -- History and Anthropology : The state of play -- Anthropology and History in the 1980s : Towards a rapprochement -- Networks and Centres in the Integration of Indian Civilization -- The Pasts of an Indian Village -- Regions Subjective and Objective : Their relation to the study of modern Indian history and society -- Notes on the History of the Study of Indian Society and Culture -- Is there a New Indian History ? Society and social change under the Raj -- African Models and Indian Histories -- The Census, Social Structure and Objectification in South Asia -- The Changing Status of a Depressed Caste -- The Changing Traditions of a Low Caste -- Madhopur Revisited -- Chamar Family in a North Indian Village : A structural contingent -- The Initial British Impact on Indian : A case study of the Benares region -- Structural Change in Indian Rural Society 1596-1885 -- The British in Benares : A nineteenth century colonial society -- From Indian Status to British Contract -- Political Systems in Eighteenth-Century India : The Benares region -- The Recruitment and Training of British Civil Servants in India -- Some Notes on Law and Change in North India -- Anthropological Notes on Law and Disputes in North India -- Representing Authority in Victorian India.

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