|Notes on Contributors||ix|
|1.||AAMIR R. MUFTI
A Greater Story-writer than God: Genre, Gender and
Minority in Late Colonial India
A Space for Violence: Anthropology, Politics and the
Location of a Sinhala Practice of Masculinity
Embodying the Self Feminism, Sexual Violence and
Women, Marriage, and the Subordination of Rights
Nationalism Refigured: Contemporary South Indian
Cinema and the Subject of Feminism
Hegemonic Spatial Strategies: The Nation-Space and
Hindu Communalism in Twentieth-century India
Constituting Nation, Contesting Nationalism:
The Southern Tamil (Woman) and Separatist
Tamil Nationalism in Sri Lanka
Toleration and Historical Traditions of Difference
|9.||GAYATRI CHAKRAVORTY SPIVAK
Discussion: An Afterword on the New Subaltern
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|FLAVIA AGNES is a lawyer-activist in Mumbai.
SATISH DESHPANDE is Fellow in Sociology at the Institute for Econo mic Growth, Delhi.
QADRI ISMAIL is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis.
PRADEEP JEGANATHAN is Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Global Studies at the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis.
NIVEDITA MENON is Lecturer in Politics at Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi.
AAMIR R. MUFTI is Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and English at the University of Michigan
TEJASWINI NIRANJANA is a Fellow at the Center for the Study of Culture and Society at Bangalore.
DAVID SCOTT Is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University.
GAYATRI CHAKRAVORTY SPIVAK is Avalon Foundation Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University.
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