List of IllustrationsPrefaceNotes on Contributors1. Introduction: The Professionalization of Indian Anthropology and Sociology: People, Places and InstitutionsPatricia Uberoi, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, Satish Deshpande, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University and Nandini Sundar, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University2. Anthropology as 'Ananthropology': L.K. Ananthakrishna Iyer (1861-1937), Colonial Anthropology, and the 'Native Anthropologist' as PioneerKalpana Ram, Macquarie University, Sydney3. The Nationalist Sociology of Benoy Kumar SarkarRoma Chatterji, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University4. Recasting the Oraons and the 'Tribe': Sarat Chandra Roy's AnthropologySangeeta Dasgupta, Visva Bharati, Santiniketan5. Patrick Geddes: Sociologist, Environmentalist and Town PlannerIndra Munshi, University of Mumbai6. The Idea of Indian Society: G.S. Ghurye and the Making of Indian SociologyCarol Upadhya, National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore7. Search for Synthesis: The Sociology of D.P. MukerjiT. N. Madan, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi8. The Anthropologist as 'Scientist'? Nirmal Kumar BosePradip Kumar Bose, Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta9. Between Anthropology and Literature: The Ethnographies of Verrier ElwinRamachandra Guha, Independent Scholar, Bangalore10. In the Cause of Anthropology: The Life and Work of Irawati KarveNandini Sundar, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University11. Towards a Praxiological Understanding of Indian Society: The Sociology of A.R. DesaiSujata Patel, University of Pune12. Ties that Bind: Tribe, Village, Nation and S. C. DubeSaurabh Dube,. Center for Asian and African Studies at El Colegio de Mexico, Mexico City13. Fashioning a Postcolonial Discipline: M. N. Srinivas and Indian SociologySatish Deshpande, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi UniversityIndex
Patricia Uberoi is Honorary Director of the Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi and author of Freedom and Destiny: Gender, Family and Popular Culture in India. Nandini Sundar is Professor of Sociology, Delhi University, and co-editor of Contributions to Indian Sociology. Satish Deshpande has taught at the Dept of Anthropology, University of Chicago.