Literature on Dalit Activism: Excerpts, Review and Notes: 2014-2018

Published: 7 September 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/jgfxkrw54b.1
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Ghulam Hussain

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Literature on Dalit Activism in Sindh, Pakistan: Excerpts, Review and Notes: 2014-2018 (Extended and abridged coarse analysis) Identity Politics and Dalit Assertions in Sindh, Pakistan Ghulam Hussain Table of Contents Literature: Review and Excerpts and Notes (Extended and abridged coarse analysis) 2014-2018 1 Identity Politics and Dalit Assertions in Sindh, Pakistan 1 1.1 Introduction 2 Grounding Dalit epistemology in Pakistan 7 1.2 Making sense of local literature 9 1.3 Academic literature 10 Lack of theoretical literature and denial of caste 12 1.4 Literature on Dalits in Sindh 19 1.5 Peripheral nature of literature on caste 21 1.6 Epistemic skipping: Denial of casteism in academic literature 22 1.7 Making sense of Sindhi writings, and non-academic Dalit literature and Sindhi 32 1.8 Literature on caste in Sindh 35 2.1 Dalit-Marxist lens 46 2.2 Marxist-Dalit perspective 50 2.3 Islamic capitalism and Islamic socialism (Taimur Rahman) 54 2.4 Brahmanism of Marxists and the caste apartheid 61 4.21 LITETRATURE ON CASTE AND CASTE DISCRIMINATION 65 4.22 Tribal-Caste Culture of Pakistan 74 4.23 Caste discrimination as the basis of oppression 91 4.24 Caste in Islam and Islamic Societies in South Asia 92 4.25 Caste in Muslim poitics in India 124 4.26 Caste in East Pakistan 127 4.27 Making sense of Pre-colonial and Colonial literature on Caste in Sindh and Pakistan 133 4.28 Partition and Dalit Migration 137 4.29 Literature on Caste and Dalits in Pakistan 144 4.30 Post-Partition Scholarship on Caste in Pakistan 145 7.5 Denial of casteism in Rural Sindh 148 7.6 Denial of the existence of casteist- feudal politics 152 Works Cited 157

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History, South Asia, Activism, Political Anthropology

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