The Concept of Race in South Asia
Oxford University Press, 1997 - Social Science - 354 pages
South Asia has always played a part in the European imagining of race, but has not been much considered in the scholarly literature of the present generation; nor, recently, have concepts of race figured very prominently in South Asian studies. This volume constitutes one of the first attempts to raise the question comparatively and over a long time-span with regard to South Asia.
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