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Author: Sanjay Seth
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Title: Marxist Theory and Nationalist Politics: The Case of Colonial India
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Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd (June 1995)
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Marxist Theory and Nationalist Politics: The Case of Colonial India by Sanjay Seth



Categories: politics, Marxism, USSR, India. No part of this book may be reproduced or utilised in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photo­ copying, recording or by any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. First published in 1995 by. Sage Publications India Pvt Ltd M-32, Greater Kailash Market, Part I New Delhi 110 048 Sage Publications Inc 2455 Teller Road Thousand Oaks, California 91320.

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The entire book may be taken as a questionnaire not only on India's colonial past but also on her present and future. -The Telegraph "This book is very readable. -Business Standard What impact did the Western ideologies of nationalism and Marxism have on colonial India? This is the central question explored in this absorbing volume. In this framework, the author traces the process by which national and nationalist concerns were framed as questions within a Marxist theoretical tradition and shows how they came to be "answered. In addition to scholars and students engaged in South Asian studies, this insightful book will be of considerable interest to students of Marxism, history, and nationalism in general, as well as those interested in the history of ideas, political theory, and political thought.

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Essentially a history of Marxist theory, the distinguishing features of this book are the questions it asks of its material and its methodological approach. At the heart of this approach is the proposition that theories are always answers to questions. In this framework, the author traces the process by which national and nationalist concerns were framed as questions within a Marxist theoretical tradition and shows how they came to be "answered

Section: Politics, Culture, Society and Economy in 19th c. India. Next: The sepoy and the Raj: the Indian Army, 1860-1940 Library availability. In this framework, the author traces the process by which national and nationalist concerns were framed as questions within a Marxist theoretical tradition and shows how they came to be "answered

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Sanjay Seth is Reader in Politics at La Trobe University, Melbourne, and Professor of Politics at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Bibliographic information. Subject Lessons Politics, History, and Culture.

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Examining the relationship between Marxism and nationalism in the context of colonial India, Sanjay Seth reveals the profound consequences of this relationship for Marxist theory and for Marxist-inspired political movements in colonial India and in other colonies.