Marxism and the question of nationalism in a colonial context : the case of British India
This work examines how Marxism, a theory born in Europe, came to conceptualize Asia. It traces the ways in which Marxists theorised and engaged with nationalism in the colonies, and specifically, with Indian nationalism. It assesses the implications and consequences of this for Marxist theory. The first part of this work follows the process by which Asia came to be incorporated into Marxist theory. The manner of this incorporation was such that nationalism was declared to be the central...[Show more]
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