|Note on Contributors||ix|
|1.||The Small Voice of History
|2.||Writing, Orality and Power in the Dangs,
Western India, 1800s-1920s
|3.||Science between the Lines
|4.||Small Speeches, Subaltern Gender: Nationalist
Ideology and Its Historiography
|5.||Speech, Silence and the Making of Partition
Violence in Mewat
|6.||Productive Labour, Consciousness and History:
The Dalitbahujan Alternative
|7.||'Rowdy-sheeters': An Essay on Subalternity and Politics
Vivek Dhareshwar and R. Srivatsan
|8.||Problems for a Contemporary Theory of Gender
Susie Tharu and Tejaswini Niranjana
|9.||Outside History: Irish New Histories
and the 'Subalternity Effect
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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
VIVEK DHARESHWAR is Fellow at the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta.
KANCHA ILLAIH is Reader in Political Science, Osmania University, Hyderabad. His most recent publication is Why I am not a Hindu (1996).
DAVID LLOYD is Professor of English at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of Anomalous States: Irish Writing and the Postcolonial Moment (1993) and co-editor with Lisa Lowe of World's Aligned (forthcoming).
SHAIL MAYARAM is Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, Jaipur. She is the author of Resisting Regimes: Myth, Memory and the Shaping of a Muslim Identity (forthcoming).
GYAN PRAKASH is Associate Professor of History at Princeton University. He is the author of Bonded Histories: Genealogies of Labour Servitude in Colonial India (1990) and editor of After Colonialism (1995).
TEJASWINI NIRANJANA is with the English Department at the University of Hyderabad and the author of Siting Translation: History, Post-structuralism and the Colonial Context (1992).
AJAY SKARIA is Assistant Professor of History, University of Virginia, Charlottesville. He is the author of Hybrid Histories: Forests, Frontiers and Wildness in Western India (forthcoming).
R. SRIVASTAN is an Engineering Consultant and computer software designer. He is currently completing a book on Visual Politics in India.
SUSIE THARU is a Reader in the Department of English at the Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad. She has edited with K. Lalita, Women Writing in India, vol. I & II (1991).
KAMALA VISWESWARAN teaches Anthropology at the University of Texas, Austin. She is the author of Fictions of Feminist Ethnography (1994).
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