|Note on Contributors||ix|
|1.||The Imaginary Institution of India
|2.||A Religion of Urban Domesticity: Sri Ramakrishna and
the Calcutta Middle Class
|3.||Discipline and Mobilize
|4.||Myths, Symbols and Community: Satnampanth
|5.||The Slave of MS. H.6
|6.||Power, Religion and Community: The Matobo Case
'The State's Emissary: The Place of Law in
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UPENDRA BAXI is Professor of Law, and Vice-Chancellor, University
of Delhi. His publications include
Indian Supreme Court and Politics (Lucknow, 1980) and
Liberty and Corruption: The Antulay Case and
Beyond (Lucknow, 1989).|
PARTHA CHATTERJEE is Professor of Political Science, Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta. He is the author of Bengal 1920-1947. The Land Question (1985) and Nationalist Thought and the Colonial World (1986).
SAURABH DUBE is Lecturer in History at the University of Delhi. He has written a doctoral dissertation in History at Churchill College, Cambridge.
AMITAV GHOSH in Social Sciences, Calcutta. He has published research papers in anthropology and is the author of two novels, The Circle of Reason and The Shadow Lines.
RANAJIT GUHA is the author of A Rule of Property for Bengal (1963) and Elementary Aspects of Peasant Insurgency in Colonial India (1983), and has edited the first six volumes of Subaltern Studies.
SUDIPTA KAVIRAJ is attached to the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. He has written extensively on problems of political theory and Indian politics. He is writing a book on Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay.
TERENCE RANGER is a Fellow of St Antony's College, Oxford, and coauthor (with Eric Hobsbawm) of The Invention of Tradition.
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