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Vocalizing Silence
Political Protests in Orissa, 1930-42


Volume: 13
Other Titles in:
Asian History

September 2008 | 436 pages | SAGE India
This book is a detailed study of the different facets of the national movement and of popular protests in Orissa. The volume documents the role of different social classes, groups, and strata in the social reach of these movements.

A large amount of archival and non-archival sources, previously untapped, are explored in this volume. This research is analyzed and organized within the framework of a distinct historiography to underline the hegemonic nature of the national movement in terms of a moral – ideological struggle involving the minds of millions of Indian people vis-à-vis the British Raj.
 
Preface
 
Phases of Swaraj Politics: Civil Disobedience Movement, 1930-34
 
Structuring of the Left
 
Mobilization, Resistance and Popular Initiatives: Peasant and Tribal Movements, 1935-39
 
Struggling Against the Rulers: Popular Movements in the Princely States
 
Situating the Congress Ministry, 1937-39
 
Return to Agitation: Signalling Quit India, 1940-41
 
Making of Swaraj: The 1942 Movement
 
Conclusion
 
Bibliography
 
Index

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Chandi Prasad Nanda

Chandi Prasad Nanda is a reader at the Academic Staff College of the Utkal University at Bhubaneswar. He is a member of several national and international organizations such as the Indian History Congress and has participated previously at the European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies, the academic network of the Global Project on the History of Leprosy and the Orissa Research Programme Sponsored by the German Research Council (1999??2004). He has a research and teaching experience of more than two decades. More About Author

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ISBN: 9789353281717
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