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Debating the `Post' Condition in India

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Preface. Introduction - 'Post' Positions: A 'Selfish' Review PART I. Critical Vernaculars 1. Parampara 2. Gunas 3. Desivad 4. Criticism PART II. Unauthorised Modernities 5. Invasion of Theory 6. Svaraj 7. Three States 8. Duality PART III. Postcolonial Contentions 9. Discontents 10. Alterities 11. Ends 12. Prospects. Index

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Makarand R. Paranjape is Professor of English at the Centre for English Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India. He was the inaugural Eric Auerbach Visiting Chair in Global Literary Studies at the University of Tubingen, Germany, and served as the first ICCR Chair in Indian Studies at the National University of Singapore. His latest works include Cultural Politics in Modern India (2016) and The Death and Afterlife of Mahatma Gandhi (2015).


`In his unique self-reflective style, Paranjape engages vast peripheries and marshals a dazzling array of thinkers and creative artists in attempting to describe alternative modernities shaped from India's revaluation of her own cultural imaginaries. In doing so, he offers new and important perspectives on the meaning of decolonization.' Debashish Banerji, Haridas Chaudhuri Professor of Indian Philosophies and Cultures and Doshi Professor of Asian Art, California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS), San Francisco, California, USA `To write about the "post" condition in India as a theoretical problematic requires a writer who comes to the subject matter with a mastery of both Indian and Western traditions. Paranjape is among only a handful of scholars of world literature and theory who has that mastery. This book, written with a superb understanding of critical and cultural theory, challenges generalist (both "grand" and "minor") accounts of the "post" condition in India by grounding texts in the real, material conditions of Indian history. It is a path-breaking and challenging study which will become a touchstone for any future work on Indian reflections on tradition and modernity.' Vijay Mishra, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Murdoch University, Australia

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