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Women S Agency And Social Change

Author : Meeta Deka
ISBN : 9788132117988
Genre : Social Science
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Women’s Agency and Social Change: Assam and Beyond focuses on varied oppression, power relations and ideologies embedded in the complex yet interdependent social, political, economic and legal structures, and women’s subordination therein. British intervention, 1826–1947, by itself did not impact the agency aspect on women directly, but the emergence of new forces and factors sowed the seeds of women’s agency to impact social change, even if minimal. In the post-Independence period, British colonial legacy perpetuated the subordination of women through caste and class hierarchy at several levels, but an undercurrent of a feminist struggle persisted, not merely as a movement but also at individual levels. The book is written with the hope of encouraging future research on women’s experiences in the Northeastern region of India, and elsewhere; hence, a discussion on sources, methods and methodology is included in the conclusion. This book is based on the belief that knowledge production is, in itself, the praxis against oppressive structures and the need to understand the historical processes that slowly transformed women to become catalysts of social transformation.

Communities Of Women In Assam

Author : Nandana Dutta
ISBN : 9781317328704
Genre : Social Science
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This book uses communities of women as a framework for reading women’s experience, rights and aspirations in Assam and Northeast India. It explores the varying roles played by such communities in the formation of society, the emergence of a women’s public sphere and the representation of these communities in culture. The essays in the volume study a host of women’s communities including the Mahila Samiti, Jain women’s organisations, Lekhika Sanstha, lesbian communities, religious gatherings, scientific and environmental groups, women’s collaborations through cookbooks, as well as nebulous communities of victims of persecution. They examine how women’s communities are both empowering and transformational but may paradoxically also be regressive and static. Lucid, analytical, and rich with case studies, this volume will be useful to scholars and researchers of gender studies, sociology, political science, history and cultural studies, particularly those interested in Northeast India.

Women And Conflict In India

Author : Sanghamitra Choudhury
ISBN : 9781317553625
Genre : Social Science
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This book analyses the impact that prolonged socio-political conflict in India has had on political and social spaces for women. Focusing in particular on Assam in the North East of India, it looks at how the conflict can be restricting, and yet can also have the potential to expand these spaces for women owing to the collapsing of boundaries of gender roles, thereby creating niche areas that may be leveraged for socio-political transformation. Based on empirical material collected from in-depth interviews with individuals on both sides of the conflict, the book locates the analysis in both a legal and political context. It examines the causes, dynamics and impact of the ethno-political conflicts in Assam, as well as the efficacy and outcomes of ‘capacity building’ programmes aimed at rehabilitating the surrendered militants as well as assisting affected women. The book goes on to look at the role played by civil society, especially the Mahila Shanti Sena (Women Peace Corp), towards conflict transformation. It highlights the preventive, mitigative and adaptive measures taken by the women and their role as agents of peace in the volatile zones of North East India. Analysing the changing role of women in conflict situations, as well as the legal measures and regulatory mechanisms in place for women in vulnerable pockets of India, this book is a useful contribution to Gender Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies, and South Asian Politics.

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Author : Stuart A. Vyse
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Author : Hans Küng
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Der Abschied Von Den Toten

Author : Jan Assmann
ISBN : 9783835320819
Genre : Social Science
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Der Abschied von den Toten, den die Lebenden (und oft nur die Überlebenden) mit den Mitteln ritueller Trauer in Szene setzen, ist ein universelles (und damit unerschöpfliches) Phänomen. Der vorliegende Band hat seinen Schwerpunkt in den Toten- und Trauerriten des südasiatischen Raumes, dem zwei ganz andere Bereiche gegenüber gestellt werden: die Toten- und Trauerriten im Alten Orient und Alten Ägypten einerseits und die Auseinandersetzung mit Tod und Trauer in der westlichen Moderne - insbesondere mit den Opfern des Holocaust in Deutschland und Israel. Diese breite und dennoch punktuelle Beleuchtung der Phänomene führt nicht nur die kulturelle Differenz und anthropologische Konstanz vor Augen, sie vermittelt zugleich einen Eindruck von der Aufgabe einer transkulturellen Angleichung des Trauerverhaltens in den Zeiten der Globalisierung - eine weltumfassende und medial inszenierte Trauer, wie sie etwa anläßlich der Todesopfer der Tsunami-Katastrophe in Süd- und Ostasien oder des Todes von Papst Johannes Paul II. vor aller Augen stand.

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Author : Theodor Gomperz
ISBN : 9783110876635
Genre : History
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