India: New academic work on Producing Muslim Womanhood in Colonial Bengal
Drawing on extensive archival research and oral histories, Sarkar traces Muslim women as they surface and disappear in colonial, Hindu, nationalist and liberal Muslim writings. This compelling study concludes by tracing the complex links between past constructions of Muslim women, current representations, and the violence against them in contemporary India.
Published by Zubaan Books Publisher, New Delhi: www.zubaanbooks.com/zubaan_books_details.asp?BookID=125
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