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The Silk Industry And Trade; A Study In The Economic Organization Of The Export Trade Of Kashmir And Indian Silks, With Special Reference To Their...
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Hungary's Historical Legacy - Essays in Honour of Professor Steven Bela Vardy East European Monographs
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This book contains 19 studies by leading experts in the field of Hungarian political, cultural, economic, and literary history to honor Steven Bela Vardy, America's leading historiographer of Hungary and an internationally renowned scholar of Hungarian immigration studies. Topics include an overview of democracy's traditions in Hungarian history by Joseph Held, analyses of medieval legal history, the 18th and 19th century reform movements, 19th-century national issues, historiographical examinations of Trianon and the ZIPs region of Upper Hungary, the legacy of Oscar Jaszi, Transylvania in Soviet plans during World War II, peasant education before the war, U.S.-Hungarian cold war relations, the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and its assorted aspects in America, to linguistic and literary problems.
Antinomies of Modernity Duke University Press
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Antinomies of Modernity asserts that concepts of race, Orient, and nation have been crucial to efforts across the world to create a sense of place, belonging, and solidarity in the midst of the radical discontinuties wrought by global capitalism. Emphasizing the continued salience at the beginning of the twenty-first century of these supposedly nineteenth-century ideas-of race, Orient, and nation - the essays brought together in this volume stress the importance of tracking the dynamic ways these concepts have been reworked and used over time and in particular geographic locations. Drawing on archival sources and fieldwork, the politically engaged essays collected here explore aspects of modernity within societies of South Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. Whether considering how European ideas of Orientalism became foundational myths of Indian nationalism; racial caste systems between blacks, South Asians, and whites in post-apartheid South Africa; or how Indian immigrants to the United States negotiate their identities, these essays demonstrate that the contours of cultural and identity politics did not simply originate in metropolitan centers and get adopted wholesale in the colonies. Colonial and postcolonial modernisms have emerged via the active appropriation of, or resistance to, far-reaching European ideas. Over time, Orientalism and nationalist and racialized knowledges become indigenized and acquire, for all practical purposes, a completely "Third World" patina. Antinomies of Modernity shows that people do make history, constrained in part by political-economic realities, and in part by the categories they marshal in doing so. Contributors: Neville Alexander, Andrew Barnes, Vasant Kaiwar, Sucheta Mazumdar, Minoo Moallem, Mohamad Tavakoli-Targhi, A. R. Venkatachalapathy, and Michael O. West.
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