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Anthropology in India / Saksena, H.S.; Srivastava, Vinay Kumar; Hasnain, Nadeem; Chaudhury, Sukant K. and Maiti, Sameera (Eds.)
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Anthropology in India
Saksena, H.S.; Srivastava, Vinay Kumar; Hasnain, Nadeem; Chaudhury, Sukant K. and Maiti, Sameera (Eds.)
 
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  Book ID : 37992
  ISBN-10 : 81-8387-385-5 / 8183873855
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-8387-385-7 / 9788183873857
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2010
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  x, 452p., 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
I: 1. Indian Social-Cultural Anthropology: A Brief Review/Gopala Sarana. 2. The Anomaly of Slow Growth of anthropology in the South Indian academia/N. Subba Reddy. 3. Some thoughts on Anthropology in India/Vinay Kumar Srivastava. 4. The Status of Anthropology in Modern India/Mathew Stief.

II: Has Anthropology Moved out of The ‘Colonial” Woods?/H.S. Saksena. 6. The We-They Distinction in Anthropology/Julie Davis. 7. Sociology and the Limits of Loyalty/Ananta Kumar Giri. 8. What Ails Indian Anthropology?/R.Siva Prasad. 9. On the Practice of Anthropology/R.P. Mitra.

III: 10. The Passions and Perils of Anthropological Linguistics in India: Some Personal Reflections/Manal K. Misra. 11. Museum at an Anthropology Department/Kumkum Srivastava and Vinay Kumar Srivastava. 12. Anthropology of Tourism: Insights from Nagaland/Soumendra Mohan Patnaik. 13. Dance Ethnography in the Anthropology of India: Prospects and Possibilities/Nita Mathur. 14. Career Options in Social-cultural Anthropology/R.K. Kar.

IV: 15. Civilizational Approach to the study of Indian Society: N.K. Bose and Surajit Sinha/Sukant K. Chaudhury. 16. Iravati Karve and the production of an Indian Anthropology/Subhadra Mitra Channa. 17. M.N. Srinivas at the Crossroads of Sociology and Social Anthropology: The Issue of Common Identity and the Way Forward/S. Gregory. 18. S.C. Dube and Indian Anthropology/Yogesh Atal. 19. C. von Furer-Haimendorf: Half a Century of his Imprint on Tribal Welfare in Andhra Pradesh/Urmila Pingle.

V: 20. Experiencing Anthropology in the Nicobar Archipelago/Vijoy S. Sahay. 21. What is not Anthropology?/Binod C. Agarwal. 22. The Impact of Anthropology/Vinay Kumar Srivastave. 23. Problematique of Unification of Social Sciences/K.N. Sharma.

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Since the beginning of scholarship, social thinkers and intellectuals in general have been interested in understanding the condition and predicaments of human beings, but the subject-anthropology-that was exclusively and professionally devoted to these issues came into existence in the second half of the nineteenth century. In India, before anthropology as a discipline was introduced in the university curriculum, several colonial administrators (such as J. H. Hutton) and native scholars (for example, S. C. Roy) produced monographs and ethnographic accounts of great and lasting value. In the last ninety years or so that anthropology has existed in India, its progress has been woefully slow, notwithstanding the theoretical and methodological impact it has exercised on other disciplines in arts, social sciences and humanities. This volume, put together by the editorial team of The Eastern Anthropologist, has a close 190k at the status of anthropology. Divided into five sections, the volume covers the history of anthropology in India, different specializations in anthropology, contributions of different scholars to the growth of anthropology, and the crises the subject is faced with. It also includes papers that deal with the applied dimensions of anthropology.
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