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Subaltern Historiography

US  16.00
  • ISBN: 9788194759270
  • Author: Ed. C.I. David Joy,Ed. Ebenezer Shinekumar
  • Imprint: ISPCK/HMI/KUTS
  • Subject: Subaltern Studies
  • Edition: 1
  • Published On: 2020
  • Cover: Paperback
  • No. of Pages: 304
  • CD Included: No
  • Size (l * b): Demy


These essays truly propose a paradigm for reading the history and theology from a subaltern viewpoint. Since the essays are prepared by scholars across the globe, it will create a horizon of vision in terms of methodology and hermeneutics. It is significant to note that the essays reflect a wide range of postmodern and postcolonial reading strategies for evaluating the history of the people on the edges. Thus, the subalterns can voice out by creating new spaces and communities of expression of freedom and justice.