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Book Reviews

Book Reviews
India after Liberalisation: An Overview by Bimal Jalan, India: HarperCollins , 2021, pp 240, $21.94 (paperback).
M aking Development Happen: Transformational Change in Rural India, Volume 1 edited by K Seeta Prabhu and S Parasuraman, Hyderabad: Orient BlackSwan, 2020; pp xxiv + 330, `1,095, (hardback).
Unravelling the Bengali Identity: Sub-nationalism and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Bengal by Sumanta Banerjee, Kolkata: Purbalok Publication, 2020, pp 198, `280.
Making Refugees in India by Ria Kapoor, Oxford University Press, 2021; pp 272, price not mentioned.
Gujarat, Cradle and Harbinger of Identity Politics: India’s Injurious Frame of Communalism by Jan Breman and Ghanshyam Shah, New Delhi: Tulika Books, 2022; pp 388, `1,200.
Pedagogy of Dissent by Ramin Jahanbegloo, New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2021; pp 108, ` 295.
Decline and Prosper! Changing Global Birth Rates and the Advantages of Fewer Children by Vegard Skirbekk, Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022, pp 396, ` 1,192.
Smaller Citizens: Writings on the Making of Indian Citizen s by Krishna Kumar, Hyderabad: Orient Blackswan, 2021; pp xvii  +  149, ` 395.
Ipsita Chatterjee has gone through an arduous task by documenting the painful and divisive politics of the United States (US) Alt-Right in her book Alt-Right Movement: Dissecting Racism, Patriarchy...
The Idea of New India: Essays in Defence of Critical Thought by Pramod Kumar, Delhi: Aakar Books, 2021; pp 362, `1,495 (hardback).
Tribe and State in Asia through Twenty-Five Centuries by Sumit Guha, Ann Arbor: Association for Asian Studies (Asia Shorts Series), 2021; pp 124, price not mentioned.
Violent Modernities: Cultural Lives of Law in the New India by Oishik Sircar, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2021; pp xiii + 370 , `1,399.99 (hardcover).
Contextualising Educational Studies in India: Research, Policy and Practices edited by Pradeep Kumar Choudhury and Suresh Babu G S, Oxon and New York: Routledge, 2022; pp xv + 228, `995.
From Volga to Ganga by Rahul Sankrityayan translated by V G Kiernan and Kanwal Dhaliwal and edited by Kanwal Dhaliwal and Maya Joshi, Delhi: Leftword, 2021; pp 380, `595.
The Truths and Lies of Nationalism: As Narrated by Charvak edited and with annotations by Partha Chatterjee, Delhi: Permanent Black, 2021; pp 358, ` 695 (paperback).

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