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Forelæsning — Since the end of the Congress one-party regime in India, the post-Congress polity has been dominated by two tendencies: religious nationalism and caste-based activism. In theory, these tendencies are opposed to each other because the former is typically characterized as a centripetal force that seeks to unify the nation and its fragments whereas the latter is viewed as a centrifugal force that keeps the nation in fragments.
Date & Time:
4 sal mødelokale, KUA2 10.4.05, ToRS, South Campus.
Center for Global South Asian Studies, University of Copenhagen