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05:00-08:00 Culture and Democracy, Session 12
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Politics Culture and the State

Discussion forum linked to the paper titled 'Politics, Culture & The State'(PGCS04/103). Instructor: Dr.Tejaswini Niranjana ([email protected]@cscsban.org) TA: Sushmita Sridhar ([email protected]). All discussion on this Forum are expected to be restricted to the academic topics discussed in their coursework. NB: Posts that are irrelevant, personal, offensive or Trolls will be deleted and the user shall be denied further access privileges on this DBB.
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Posted by viriyas at

As someone who's not Indian and living in different context, I would to introduce about Thailand in short and relate to this course. Yes, we have nev ...

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Posted by sushmitas at
hi viriya
Yes, i do remember the book Siam Mapped . if i remember
correctly, you had shown us the map on the of cover of the book and
compared it ...
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Posted by debkamalg at

Here is a primary reflection on the colonial photographs of India provided as an exercise in the first module. I also could see the related site of co ...

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Posted by sushmitas at
Here is an extract from the first chapter of Bernard Cohn's Colonialism and its Forms of Knowledge: The British in India, (which by the way you must l ...
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Posted by anilj at

two week ago four villages were declared litigation free by surpreme court judge Justice Santosh Hegde.(The criminal cases were excuded) i find it a ...

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thaks ...
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Posted by viriyas at

Hi All

Ulf Hannerrz's book in Consolidated Bibliography is a wrong name, the true is "Transnational Connections" .

viriya ...

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Posted by sushmitas at
thanks viriya.  have made the necessary correction.
sushmita ...
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Posted by sushmitas at

hi all

Just to remind you that the chat session for paper 3 is today (22nd Dec) at 8.00 pm.

The chat coordinator for today will be ...

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Posted by kaiwanm at

As i was reading 'nationalism as a Problem ...' there was the film Bombay playing (one of those 26 Jan things!!) it turned out to be an interesting ju ...

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Posted by tejun at
Kaiwan,
An interesting set of reflections. Let's take up some of them for discussion in the chat. We could focus on models of nationalism in non-Euro ...
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Posted by sushmitas at

hi all

we are half way into the first month. How are you finding the module
material? have you had a chance to attempt the exercises? Are you ab ...

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Posted by kaiwanm at

Hi,

it is interesting that the Introduction to I.M. begins with very 'everyday' examples of sites that we encounter this uneasy question of 'tradit ...

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Posted by tejun at
Kaiwan, thanks for those reflections. We'll pick up some of the issues this evening.
You can obtain IM from Seagull Books in Calcutta. I think they s ...
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