7 edition of The Nation"s Tortured Body found in the catalog.
May 1, 2001
by Duke University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||297|
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“Historical anthropology at its best, The Nation's Tortured Body explores the history and politics of the Sikhs in a complex, and contested, transnational context. Axel’s book evocatively charts the ways in which the crossing and marking of boundaries have shaped the foundational identities of a diasporic community, providing a graphic illustration of the multiple meanings of the idea of Author: Brian Keith Axel.
“Historical anthropology at its best, The Nation's Tortured Body explores the history and politics of the Sikhs in a complex, and contested, transnational context. Axel’s book evocatively charts the ways in which the crossing and marking of boundaries have shaped the foundational identities of a diasporic community, providing a graphic illustration of the multiple meanings of the idea of Cited by: The Nation's Tortured Body: Violence, Representation, and the Formation of a Sikh “Diaspora” - Kindle edition by Axel, Brian Keith.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Nation's Tortured Body: Violence, Representation, and the Formation of a Sikh “Diaspora”/5(2).
In The Nation's Tortured Body Brian Keith Axel explores the formation of the Sikh diaspora and, in so doing, offers a powerful The Nations Tortured Body book into conditions of peoplehood, colonialism, and postcoloniality. Demonstrating a new direction for historical anthropology, he focuses on the position of violence between and in the emergence of a transnational fight for Khalistan (an Author: Brian Keith Axel.
In The Nations Tortured Body Brian Keith Axel explores the formation of the Sikh diaspora and, in so doing, offers a powerful inquiry into conditions of peoplehood, colonialism, and postcoloniality. Demonstrating a new direction for historical anthropology, he focuses on the position of violence between and in the emergence of a transnational fight for Khalistan4/5.
Book Summary: The Nation's Tortured Body. Axel, Brian Keith. The Nation’s Tortured Body: Violence, Representation, and the Formation of a Sikh Diaspora.
Durham and London: Duke University Press, Summary prepared by Tom Donahue, University of Chicago. This ambitious work of historical anthropology sets itself the task of "[interrogating. This book will surely change the ways in which we see how colonialism, diaspora and the politics of separatism inform the formation of modern subjects with mobile loyalties."-Arjun Appadurai, University of Chicago "Historical anthropology at its best, The Nation's Tortured Body explores the history and politics of the Sikhs in a complex, and 4/5(18).
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Get this from a library. The nation's tortured body: violence, representation, and the formation of a Sikh. Book Review: The Nation's Tortured Body that this mediation enables nations to act as batteries generating popular power, and thirdly that in doing so, nations present an appearance of naturalness that is profoundly misleading, especially for political theory" ( "Tortured for Christ" is an amazing book about a pastor tortured by Communists in Romania.
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Introduction The Old Testament prophets were adept at luring hostile audiences into listening to their judgment speeches. In 1 Kings a prophet tricked Ahab into pronouncing his own guilt and punishment. And Nathan tricked David into declaring his own guilt by the artful use of a parable (2 Sam.
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