Knowledge Production, Pedagogy, and Institutions in Colonial by I. Sengupta,D. Ali

By I. Sengupta,D. Ali

This quantity seeks to revise the Saidian analytical framework which ruled examine near to colonial wisdom for nearly 20 years, which emphasised colonial wisdom as a chain of representations of colonial hegemony. It seeks to give a contribution to analyze within the box via reading wisdom in colonial India as a dynamic process.

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