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1 Chittabrata Palit & Kabita Ray (Eds)
Bengal Miscellany, Vol. I
B.R. Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 2008; 9788176466204; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 316. 110419

Price: 24.87 USD
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2 Chittabrata Palit & Kabita Ray (Eds)
Bengal Miscellany, Vol. II
B.R. Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 2009; 8176466980 / 9788176466981; Hardcover; New; New; 
The series entitled `Bengal Miscellany` has been designed to focus on the different aspects of Bengal`s history, economy and culture through academic papers written by eminent scholars and young researchers. The first volume in the series was published in June 2008.The present volume, second in the series, brings together fifteen rich, informative and well-researched articles which were previously published in `CLIO`, the interdisciplinary journal of the Corpus Research Institute, Kolkata. The range of topics covered is impressive. Each article deals with a specific and well-defined theme. However, the volume throws light especially on women`s history, which has emerged recently as a new field of study. CONTENTS: Editorial 1. Women in West Bengal Panchayat/Chittabrata Palit 2. Western Medicine and Women : Colonial Imperatives Behind the Dufferin Fund/Aparajita Dhar 3. Kadambini Ganguly - The Archetypal Woman of Nineteenth Century Bengal (1861-1923)/Mousumi Bandyopadhyay 4. Mighty Protest Through a Mighty Pen : Santosh Kumari Devi and her Literary Contribution/Sutapa Sengupta 5. Santa Devi and Sita Devi/Madhabi De 6. Gender Collaboration and Establishment of Women?s Rights - A Study/Baishali Bhowmick (Guha) 7. Tikkadars and Small Pox Inoculation in Bengal/Kabita Ray 8. Burdwan Fever : An Enquiry into its Impact on Agriculture and Peasantry of Burdwan District/Achintya Kumar Dutta 9. History of the People?s Health Movement in West Bengal/Sabyasachi Chatterjee 10. Indian Freedom Movement and the Bengal Zamindars : A Case Study of Manindra Chandra Nandy (1905-1929)/Md. Khairul Anam 11. Tribal Resistance to British Forest Policy : Forest Satyagraha in Midnapore (1923)/Anindita Majumdar 12. The Bengal Famine in Contemporary Eyes (1942-1944)/Syamaprasad Datta 13. Food and Cross-Cultural Ties/Rajendrani Mitra 14. Everyday Life and Formation of Cultural Pattern in Peasant Society of Birbhum (1860-1940)/Suhita Sinha Roy 15. The Dynamics of the Port of Chittagong and its Challenge to the Port of Calcutta/Pranab Kumar Chatterjee Printed Pages: 280. 110417

Price: 19.30 USD
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3 Chittabrata Palit & Keya Bannerjee (Authors)
Rural Reconstruction and Rabindranath
B.R. Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 2009; 8176466581 / 9788176466585; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 214. 110529

Price: 11.30 USD
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4 Chittabrata Palit and Amit Bhattacharya (eds.)
Science, Technology, Medicine and Environment in India: Historical Perspectives
Bibhasa; Kolkata; 1998; 8187337028 / 9788187337027; First Edition; Soft Cover; Very Good; Very Good; 
Printed pages:266 015946

Price: 12.00 USD
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5 Chittabrata Palit & Surendra Jha (Authors)
Situating Tribals in Indian History
B.R. Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 2009; 8176466913 / 9788176466912; Hardcover; New; New; 
There is a lot of controversy over situating the tribals in modern Indian History. According to the Latin root, the word tribal meant only a section of people with a distinct and autonomous culture of its own. In the Roman Empire, they were never regarded segregated from the mainstream. But in colonial India the tribals who held fast to their autonomous culture and would not conform to colonial requirements were considered wild and outside the pale of civilization and therefore liable to be subjugated. To the imperialist anthropologist, it was a virgin field of enquiry to discover the tribals as exclusivist people with unique features. They were to be treated as vanishing community. It was again a play of divide and rule against the mainstream society. The Present volume is a bouquet of 11 essays on various aspects of Tribal Society and culture under British Rule. CONTENTS: 1. Situating Tribals in Modern Indian History/Surendra Jha 2. The Khasis and the English 1783-90/Nikhiles Guha 3. Rani Gaidiliu/S.K. Hira 4. Preserving Forests : Encroachment on the Forest Rights of the Tribals of Santhal Parganas/Samar Kumar Mallick 5. The Socio-Economic Transition of Santhals in the South West Bengal/Arati Khan 6. Santhals and Healthcare/Chittabrata Palit 7. Tribal way of Curing Diseases/Sutapa Sengupta 8. Santhal Response to Health co-Operatives in Sriniketan/Keya Banerjee 9. Indigenous Education and the Tribals of Midnapore/Subrata Kumar Mal 10. Disintegration of Traditional Santhal Elites and the Rise of Santhal Bhadralok/Pradip Chattopadhyay 11. Understanding Santhal creativity/Dipankar Bagchi Printed Pages: 158. 110442

Price: 9.30 USD
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