DOI:​10.1177/0069966783017002008
Corpus ID: 145620903
For a Sociology of India: Uncertain Transplants: Anthropology and Sociology in India
S. Saberwal
Published 1983
Sociology

Contributions to Indian Sociology
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The intention which motivated this collection was a desire to 'put caste in its place'. Western anthropological discourse about India has been dominated by discussions of caste, indeed… Expand
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