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Debating the ‘After’ of Subaltern Studies

The exchanges between Partha Chatterjee and Dipesh Chakrabarty of the erstwhile Subaltern Studies group on the relevance of Subaltern Studies in contemporary times signify a conflicting understanding of how the “after” of Subaltern Studies is to be conceived. The divergent views on the “after” of Subaltern Studies, in turn, reflect the broader postcolonial debate, particularly on the question of the nature of the representation of the subaltern.



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Updated On : 19th Jul, 2019

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