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The Radical in Ambedkar: Critical Reflections Hardcover – 2 Nov 2018
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'Ambedkar, like Gandhi, provides a great subject for global and comparative studies. This volume aims to do just that, moving away from any spirit of uncritical adulation, and the result is a series of fresh perspectives on a man whose relevance to discussions of social justice and politics increases with every passing day. A timely collection of some truly powerful and incisive essays' (Dr Dipesh Chakrabarty, Lawrence A. Kimpton Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago)
'Taken together, these papers reposition Ambedkar as a global thinker addressing some of the most intricate problems that our world still wrestles with. Meticulous investigative essays, infectious concerns, and combative advocacies admirably blend together in this volume suggesting several pathways of research and political action. The scholar-collective that the volume has brought together could not have been better in assessing Ambedkar's distinctive contribution in a comparative perspective particularly in relation to the struggles of the Dalits in India, the African Americans, and the blacks in Africa' (Professor Valerian Rodrigues, Ambedkar Chair, Ambedkar University Delhi)
About the Author
Anand Teltumbde is a leading public intellectual and civil rights activist. He is currently general secretary of the Committee for Protection of Democratic Rights and is associated with the All India Forum for Rights to Education as a member of its presidium. Teltumbde is a regular contributor to Economic and Political Weekly, where he writes a monthly column titled 'Margin Speak'. He regularly contributes to progressive journals like Mainstream, Frontier, Seminar and most leading English and Marathi newspapers. Among his significant books are The Republic of Caste (2018), Dalits: Past, Present and Future (2016), Mahad: The Making of the First Dalit Revolt (2016), The Persistence of Caste (2010), Khairlanji: A Strange and Bitter Crop (2008), Anti-Imperialism and Annihilation of Castes(2005), and Hindutva and Dalits: Perspectives for Understanding Communal Praxis (ed., 2005). An engineer with management qualifications from India's top institutes, Teltumbde has been the CEO of a holding company. He currently teaches in a business school of IIT, Kharagpur.
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