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eBook Pleasure and the Nation: The History, Politics and Consumption of Public Culture in India (Soas Studies in South Asia.) ePub

by Rachel Dwyer,Christopher Pinney

  • ISBN: 0195650905
  • Category: Asia
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Rachel Dwyer,Christopher Pinney
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: School of Oriental and African Studies (May 17, 2001)
  • Pages: 372
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Published January 30th 2003 by School of Oriental & African Studies University of London (first published May 17th 2001).

Pleasure and the Nation: The History, Politics and Consumption of Public Culture in India. This book addresses aspects of popular/public culture in a manner that connects with contemporary political controversy . liberalization, Hinduvata, etc. This volume concentrates mainly on film and mass media, and includes contributions by Ravi Vasudevan, Patricia Uberoi, Sara Dickey, Nicholas Dirks and a number of first-rate South Asian scholars. Published January 30th 2003 by School of Oriental & African Studies University of London (first published May 17th 2001).

Published January 30th 2003 by School of Oriental & African Studies University of London (first published May 17th 2001).

Dr Rachel Dwyer, Dr Christopher Pinney. OUP India, 2002 - 372 sivua. Introduction : public, popular, and other cultures, Christopher Pinney - Visions of the nation : theorizing the nexus between creation, consumption, and participation in the public sphere, Sandria B. Freitag - The Indar Sabha phenomenon : public theatre and consumption in greater India (1853-1956), Kathryn Hansen - The tale of the book : storytelling and print in nineteenth-century Tamil, Stuart Blackburn

This book addresses aspects of popular/public culture in a manner that connects with contemporary political controversy .

This book addresses aspects of popular/public culture in a manner that connects with contemporary political controversy . Library descriptions. The aim in doing so is to demonstrate how a variety of critical methodologies can enable a more comprehensive reading of the films making up this corpus. Ed. Rachel Dwyer and Christopher Pinney. DissemiNation: Time, Narrative, and the Margins of the Modern Nation. Crafting State-Nations: India and Other Multinational Democracies.

Rachel Dwyer of SOAS, University of London . Pleasure and the Nation: The History, Politics and Consumption of Public Culture in India

Rachel Dwyer of SOAS, University of London, London SOAS with expertise in Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Indian Religions. Pleasure and the Nation: The History, Politics and Consumption of Public Culture in India. Book description: This book addresses aspects of popular/public culture in a manner that connects with contemporary political controversy .

Rachel Dwyer, Christopher Pinney. Breaking new ground, this volume explores the relationship between popular pleasure and the construction of the nation of India. Subjects covered in this volume range from nineteenth-century popular mythological tracts to Hindi and Tamil films and the fan clubs and gossip magazines that sustain this hugely important aspect of Indian life.

the history, politics, and consumption of public culture in India. Published 2001 by Oxford University Press in New Delhi, New York. Includes bibliographical references (p. 347-351) and index. SOAS studies in South Asia : understandings and perspectives, SOAS studies in South Asia. 954. Library of Congress. vi, 366 p. : Number of pages.

Kasbekar, A. (2003) ‘Hidden Pleasures: Negotiating the Myth of the Feminine Ideal in Popular Hindi Cinema’, in R. Dwyer and C. Pinney (eds), Pleasure and the Nation: The History, Politics and Consumption of Public Culture. Pinney (eds), Pleasure and the Nation: The History, Politics and Consumption of Public Culture in India, pp. 286–308, London: SOAS. Kishwar, M. (1994) ‘Codified Hindu Law: Myth and Reality’, Economic and Political Weekly, 29(33): 2145–2161. Cite this chapter as: Dewey S. (2012) ‘To Do Whatever She Wants’: Miss India, Bollywood and the Gendered Self. In: Kim Y. (eds) Women and the Media in Asia. Palgrave Macmillan, London. 1057/9781137024626 11.

All About Pleasure’, Tehelka 25 July

All About Pleasure’, Tehelka 25 July. Race and Class 42, 1: 86-9.

Breaking new ground, this volume explores the relationship between popular pleasure and the construction of the nation of India. Subjects covered in this volume range from nineteenth-century popular mythological tracts to Hindi and Tamil films and the fan clubs and gossip magazines that sustain this hugely important aspect of Indian life.