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Theatre Of India

Ed. By Ananda Lal,



Rs. 895.00

This is an accessible and authoritative guide to Indian theatre across the history of over 2000 years. Divided into two parts, this book discusses theatres of India’s linguistic and cultural regions on the one hand, and deals with specific forms, genres, and traditions on the other.

I am Not A Man,

I am Dynamite!

John Moore & Spencer

Sunshine, Rs. 771.42

This work examines the historical, political and philosophical linkages between Friedrich Nietzche’s transgressive thought and the transformative political vision of anarchism.

Introducing Philosophy

Robert C. Solomon,

Rs. 4,120.00

This is an exciting and accessible introduction to core philosophical problems and the many ways in which they are, and have been, answered. The author combines substantial selections from significant works in the history of philosophy with excerpts from current philosophy, clarifying the readings and providing context with his own commentary and explanation.

A Mayan Astronomer in Hell’s Kitchen

Martin Espada,

Rs. 567.60

The Amercian poet writes of Puerto Rico, his aged Tata, janitors, cabbies, Carmen Miranda’s final cha-cha on the Jimmy Durante show, he abundantly displays wit and irony as well as his large heart attuned to human suffering.

Settlers, Saints and Sovereigns

Farhana Ibrahim,

Rs. 650.00

An anthropological history of Kachchh, this book unfolds within the context of contemporary religious nationalism, communal strife and border politics in Gujarat.

Who Owns Native

Culture?

Michael F. Brown,

Rs. 1,006.00

This book documents the efforts of indigenous peoples to redefine heritage as a proprietary resource. The author focuses on the complexity of actual cases and proposes alternative strategies for defending the heritage of vulnerable native communities.

Conscience be my Guide

Rs. 994.00

This remarkable collection of prison literature inspires with the eloquent idealism of prisoners of conscience through the ages.

Introduction to Kant’s

Anthropology

Michel Foucault,

Rs. 768.00

This is an introduction and commentary to a rarely discussed work by Immanuel Kant was submitted in 1961 by Foucault as his complementary doctoral thesis.

Democracy

Charles Tilly,

Rs. 1,030.00

In this compelling work the author brings his unrivalled historical knowledge to bear on fundamental questions of democracy. His argument focuses on long-run social processes, not only those that further democratisation but also those that often rapidly undermine it.

Materials and Techniques

in Art

Rs. 6,450.00

Offers the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on all aspects of this fundamentsl area of the visual arts. It provides historical and current uses if materials and techniques in a wide range of areas, from painting and sculpture to non-traditional media.

The Predicament of Culture

James Clifford,

Rs. 1,367.00

This is a critical ethnography of the West in its changing relations with other societies. Analysing cultural practices such as anthropology, travel writing, collecting, and museum displays of tribal art the author shows accounts of other ways of life to be contingent fictions, now actively contested in postcolonial contexts.

Global Indigenous Media

Rs. 1,424.00

In this collection scholars, activists and media producers explore the emergence of indigenous media: forms of media expression conceptualised, produced and created by indigenous people around the globe.

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