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9788173047558 - Marine Carrin And Harald Tambs-Lyche: An Encounter of Peripheries: Santals, Missionaries, and Their Changing Worlds, 1867-1900
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Marine Carrin And Harald Tambs-Lyche (?):

An Encounter of Peripheries: Santals, Missionaries, and Their Changing Worlds, 1867-1900 (2008) (?)

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ISBN (alternative notations): 81-7304-755-3, 978-81-7304-755-8
9788173047558 - Marine Carrian Harald Tambs-Lyche: An Encounter Of Peripheries: Santals Missionaries And Their Changing Worlds 1867-1900
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An Encounter Of Peripheries: Santals Missionaries And Their Changing Worlds 1867-1900 (2008) (?)

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Hard Bound . New. 386 (Size: 22.5x14.5cms.), Contents, Acknowledgements, 1 Rethinking the world form two peripheries 2 From European reformation to Bengal Renaissance, 3 Santal Memory and Identity, 4 A New Colonial Order: Bengal in the 1860s, 5 Evangelicalism, Cosmopolitanism, and Radical Roots, 6 Contested Minds: Christian Austerity and Santal Pleasure, 7 A Christian Santal community, 8 The End of an Era, 9 Tradition and its Reinvention, Bibliography, Index. Year of publication2008 8173047553
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An Encounter of Peripheries: Santals, Missionaries, and their Changing Worlds, 1867-1900 (2008) (?)

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Delhi, India: Manohar Books, 2008. hardcover. New.
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An Encounter of Peripheries: Santals, Missionaries, and their Changing Worlds, 1867-1900 (2008) (?)

ISBN: 9788173047558 (?) or 8173047553, unknown language, Manohar, New Delhi, hardcover, New

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Keywords: 8173047553, AN ENCOUNTER OF PERIPHERIES: SANTALS, MISSIONARIES, AND THEIR CHANGING WORLDS, 1867-1900, CARRIN, MARINE HARALD TAMBS-LYCHE, MANOHAR, 975,
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An Encounter of Peripheries, Santals, Missionaries & Their Changing Worlds, 1867-1900 (2008) (?)

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ISBN: 9788173047558 (?) or 8173047553, unknown language, Marine Carrin, hardcover, New

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This book partakes of the post-colonial reassessment of the nineteenth century, where agency is seen to lie, not just with the colonising centre, but also with the colonised periphery. Here, missionaries from a peripheral part of Europe -- including a Norway striving to decolonise itself -- try to convert the Santals, an Indian tribe which had rebelled against the intruding colonial order. Provincialising the European origins of the missionaries, the authors try to explore the Santal response. M... This book partakes of the post-colonial reassessment of the nineteenth century, where agency is seen to lie, not just with the colonising centre, but also with the colonised periphery. Here, missionaries from a peripheral part of Europe -- including a Norway striving to decolonise itself -- try to convert the Santals, an Indian tribe which had rebelled against the intruding colonial order. Provincialising the European origins of the missionaries, the authors try to explore the Santal response. Missionary sources have been used to recast such encounters, but the response seldom has had a documented voice. The Santals, however, wrote thousands of pages as part of the missionary project to document their culture, showing their efforts to reconstruct and re-appropriate their own culture. Subaltern voices emerge, as working-class missionaries and Santals meet, bypassing the centres of hegemony, and oppose the disenchantment of colonial experience to the memory of a glorious past. For some years, a space is created at the edge of empire, where the missionary adventurer, and Santals in search of a new identity, together build a new Christian community. The missionaries succeed only because of the Santal engagement -- born, not just from their appropriation of missionary ideas, but also from their resistance to the Hindu majority and to colonialism. But soon colonial power relations erode missionary independence, as they come to depend on the churches of their homeland, while the Santals are absorbed into the exploitative economics of colonialism. The space allowed by an encounter of peripheries is closed.Taal: Engels;Afmetingen: 30x225x145 mm;Gewicht: 670,00 gram;Verschijningsdatum: januari 2008;ISBN10: 8173047553;ISBN13: 9788173047558; Engelstalig | hardcover | 2008
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