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by C. Joe Arun

eBook Constructing Dalit Identity download ISBN: 8131600815
Author: C. Joe Arun
Publisher: Rawat Publications (January 1, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 340
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This book examines the processes by which the Dalits of Tamil Nadu, South India, attempt to construct their identity by transforming the symbols of pollution into symbols of their culture and positive identity. It argues that conflict is a necessary condition for identity formation.

Dalit has become a political identity, similar to how the LGBTQ community .

Dalit has become a political identity, similar to how the LGBTQ community reclaimed queer from its pejorative use as a neutral or positive self-identifier and as a political identity. Socio-legal scholar Oliver Mendelsohn and political economist Marika Vicziany wrote in 1998 that the term had become "intensely political. Historical examples of Dalit priests include Chokhamela in the 14th century, who was India's first recorded Dalit poet. Raidas (Ravidass), born into a family of cobblers, is considered a guru by Dalits and is held in high regard. His teachings and writings form part of the Sikh holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib.

This book examines the processes by which the Dalits of Tamil Nadu, South India, attempt to construct their identity by transforming the . product description page. Constructing Dalit Identity - by C Joe Arun (Hardcover). For it remains as a resource that helps them become self-conscious of their low and polluted identity and guide them to imagine a new identity.

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"This book examines the processes by which the Dalits of Tamil Nadu, South India, attempt to construct their identity by transforming the symbols of pollution into symbols of their culture and positive identity. It argues that conflict is a necessary condition for identity formation. For it remains as a resource that helps them become self-conscious of their low and polluted identity and guide them to imagine a new identity. To this end, instead of negating the symbols of polluted identity used by higher castes, the Dalits use the same symbols and myths to deconstruct their low identity and re-define themselves. Drawing on the empirical data from three-year fieldwork, this book explains that conflict, symbolisation and identification are the three key phases in the construction of identity. This throws a new challenge to scholars and students of sociology, anthropology and political science interested in studying social change, identity politics, social conflict, and Asian reality."