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eBook Peasant Labour and Colonial Capital: Rural Bengal since 1770 (The New Cambridge History of India) download ISBN: 0521033225
Author: Sugata Bose
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 12, 2007)
Language: English
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Sugata Bose analyses the relationships between demography, commercialization, class structure and peasant resistance unfolding over the long term between 1770 and more recent times.

Sugata Bose analyses the relationships between demography, commercialization, class structure and peasant resistance unfolding over the long term between 1770 and more recent times. Drawing most of his empirical evidence from rural Bengal, the author makes comparisons with regional agrarian histories of other parts of South Asia.

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The new history is being published as a series of individual works by single authors and, unlike the original, does not form a connected narrative. Also unlike the original, it only covers the period since the fourteenth century. The Economy of Modern India, 1860-1970.

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Publication, Distribution, et. Cambridge University Press, (c)1993. Geographic Name: Bengal (India) Colonization History. Geographic Name: Bengal (India) Rural conditions. Rubrics: Peasants India Bengal History Industries. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format

Part of the New Cambridge History of India Series). This book is a critical work of synthesis and interpretation on one of the central themes in modern Indian history - agrarian change under British colonial rule.

Part of the New Cambridge History of India Series). Sugata Bose analyses the relationships between demography, commercialization, class structure and peasant resistance unfolding over the long term between 1770 and more recent times.

This book is a critical work of synthesis and interpretation on one of the central themes in modern Indian history - agrarian change under British colonial rule.

In this key volume in the New Cambridge History of India, Professor Sugata Bose presents a critical synthesis of existing scholarship and offers a new interpretation of agrarian continuity and change from 1770 to the present. The author examines the related themes of demography, commodity production, agrarian social structure, and changing forms of peasant resistance.

This book is a critical work of synthesis and interpretation on one of the central themes in modern Indian history - agrarian change under British colonial rule. Sugata Bose analyses the relationships between demography, commercialization, class structure and peasant resistance unfolding over the long term between 1770 and more recent times. By integrating the histories of land and capital, he examines the relationship between capitalist 'development' of the wider economy under colonial rule and agrarian continuity and change. Drawing most of his empirical evidence from rural Bengal, the author makes comparisons with regional agrarian histories of other parts of South Asia. Thus, this study stands on its own in the field of modern Indian social and economic history in its chronological sweep and comparative context and makes the complex subject of India's peasantry accessible to students and the interested non-specialist.