A worthy anthology for all those who want to explore the region of Subaltern Studies. The book covers an introductory essay about the subject with eight well researched essays on the subject by various scholars and members of subaltern studies collective. It covers the course of subaltern history with focus in peasant revolts and popular insurgency to an engagement with more complex processes of domination and subordination in a variety of institutions and practices of evolving modernity. Surely a mandatory material for research scholars of the subject and for anyone who wanted to explore the field of subaltern studies.
Like to thank Infibeam Kolkota for delivering it earlier than scheduled time on personal demand. Received it within 2 days and the book is fresh new with 2013 reprint edition a packaged with care.