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10 thoughts on “Modern South Asia History Culture and Political Economy

  1. says:

    This is an okay book but Modern South Asia turned out to be just India and Pakistan with some mention of Bangladesh It's wild because

  2. says:

    A concise book for anyone who wants to let in themselves into the history of Modern South Asia Good language not a book stuffed with the usual academic jargon

  3. says:

    Before reading this book I was expecting a lot from the authors But the topic is too broad to be covered in a single book Anyways some striking events have been highlighted meanwhile authors use complex vocabulary is somehow discouraging

  4. says:

    Very well done insightful examination of South Asian history with a focus on the 1800s and 1900s I particularly liked how the authors examined parallels and similarities between India Pakistan and Bangladesh after Partition instead of treating

  5. says:

    A recommended read for the beginners in the South Asian history with an interest in Pak India socio cultural and political dynamics as the title might suggest Although the pre Mughal era is only briefly covered however the context

  6. says:

    An excellent intro to South Asian historiography The aspect of it that I found particularly useful was that Jalal and Bose were not coy about naming the names of historians whose work they found subpar and detailing the reasons why

  7. says:

    A very concise less than 200 pages of narrative history of South Asia from around 1600 CE onward A very accessible and complete explanation of British colonialism in South Asia with a well rounded perspective of the subseuent nationalist movements

  8. says:

    Learning about South Asia political culture with history point of view was my favorite subject in college

  9. says:

    If you'll excuse me I'll be grieving for all the things South Asia could have been had it not been for the British

  10. says:

    How much do you really know about Asian history? If you are like a lot people that answer might be little to none A great re

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REVIEW Ý SUBTENSE.CO.UK Ñ Sugata Bose

E last three centuries from c1700 to the present Jointly written by two leading Indian and Pakistani historians it offers a rare depth of historical understanding of the politics cultures and economies that shape the lives of than a fifth of humanity. Learning about South Asia political culture with history point of view was my favorite subject in college I Love You Almost Always last three centuries from c1700 to the present Jointly written by two Gloom Town leading Indian and Pakistani historians it offers a rare depth of historical understanding of the politics cultures and economies that shape the uinze dias lives of than a fifth of humanity. Learning about South Asia political culture with history point of view was my favorite subject in college

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Modern South Asia History Culture and Political Economy

The South Asian subcontinent is home to nearly a billion people and has been the site of fierce historical contestation It is a panoply of languages and religions with a rich and complex history and cultureDrawing on the newest and most sophisticated. This is an okay book but Modern South Asia turned out to be just India and Pakistan with some mention of Bangladesh It s wild because the introduction takes time out to briefly talk about the construction of South Asia and actual plurality of countries which occupy that region but then dismisses groundwork by saying no joke we re just going to talk about India and Pakistan It makes me wonder if we keep and we must with the very obvious reality of these distinct countries could there ever be a comprehensive history of South Asia without the danger collapsing into monolith or the overshadowing of a singular narrative Memoirs of Madame de La Tour du Pin languages and religions with a rich and complex history and cultureDrawing on the newest and most sophisticated. This is an okay book but Modern South Asia turned out to be just India and Pakistan with some mention of Bangladesh It s wild because the introduction takes time out to briefly talk about the construction of South Asia and actual plurality of countries which occupy that region but then dismisses groundwork by saying no joke we re just going to talk about India and Pakistan It makes me wonder if we keep and we must with the very obvious reality of these distinct countries could there ever be a comprehensive history of South Asia without the danger collapsing into monolith or the overshadowing of a singular narrative

REVIEW Ý SUBTENSE.CO.UK Ñ Sugata Bose

Historical research and scholarship in the field Modern South Asia is written in an accessible style for all those with an intellectual curiosity about the region After sketching the pre modern history of the subcontinent the book concentrates on th. Very well done insightful examination of South Asian history with a focus on the 1800s and 1900s I particularly liked how the authors examined parallels and similarities between India Pakistan and Bangladesh after Partition instead of treating them as entirely separate It also had a very good take on how communal identities have become so important in politics Unfortunately it only goes up to 1997 It s not a great introduction for someone unfamiliar with the topic but it is a wonderful exploration for someone who already knows the basics