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Language politics, elites, and the public sphere /

by Naregal, Veena.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Permanent Black monographsOpus 1 series: Publisher: New Delhi : Permanent Black : Distributed by Orient Longman, 2001Description: xi, 300 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 817824005X; 8178240149 (jacket).Other title: Subtitle on jacket: Western India under colonialism.Subject(s): India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1 TEXTUAL HIERARCHIES, LITERATE AUDIENCES AND -- STRUCTURES OF PATRONAGE: LANGUAGE AND -- POWER IN PRE-COLONIAL WESTERN INDIA -- Introduction -- Marathi Textuality Until the Peshwai: -- Dissent and Political Legitimation -- Literate and Literary Practices in the Peshwa Period -- Colonialism, Comparative Philology and Re-making -- the Politics of Language -- Conclusion -- 2 COLONIAL EDUCATION AND THE LAICISATION -- OF KNOWLEDGE: RE-MAKING CULTURAL -- HIERARCHIES AND MODES OF CONTESTATION -- Introduction -- Colonial Education, Disseminating Modernity -- and the Possibility of a Public Sphere -- Extending the Colonial Public Sphere: -- Laicisation and the Possibility of a Caste -- Alliance in Pre-1857 Western India -- The Society for the Promotion of Education -- of the Mahars and the Mangs -- 3 COLONIAL EDUCATION AND THE CULTIVATION OF -- ENGLISH AND MARATHI: HIERARCHIES OF LANGUAGE -- AND THE EMERGING POLITICAL STRUCTURE -- Introduction -- Bilingualism, Translation and Colonial Literacy -- English and Laicisation in the Vernaculars: -- A Colonial 'Renaissance'? -- Translation and the 'Diffusion of Knowledge': -- The Emergence of a Native Vernacular Discourse -- The Emergence of Bombay University: Instituting -- Colonial Bilingualism as Social Hierarchy -- 4 COLONIAL POWER, PRINT AND THE RE-MAKING -- OF THE LITERATE SPHERE -- Colonial Power, Print and Publicity -- The Beginnings of Print and the Making of -- New Languages -- Pandits, Shastris and the Making of Early -- Marathi Print Culture in Bombay -- Re-inventing the Public Terrain: The Early Marathi -- Press and Establishing a Critical Vernacular'Sphere -- 5 BILINGUALISM, HEGEMONY AND THE 'SWING TO -- ORTHODOXY': THE SHAPING OF THE POLITICAL -- SPHERE (1860-1881) -- Introduction -- Colonial Bilingualism, the Native Press and -- Questions of Hegemony After 1857 -- Colonial Bilingualism and Political Associations -- Aestheticisation and Intolerance in the Vernacular Sphere -- Ideological Consolidation: Chiplunkar's Nibandhmala -- CONCLUSION -- The Limits of Upper-caste Leadership -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [277]-290) and index.

Machine generated contents note: 1 TEXTUAL HIERARCHIES, LITERATE AUDIENCES AND -- STRUCTURES OF PATRONAGE: LANGUAGE AND -- POWER IN PRE-COLONIAL WESTERN INDIA -- Introduction -- Marathi Textuality Until the Peshwai: -- Dissent and Political Legitimation -- Literate and Literary Practices in the Peshwa Period -- Colonialism, Comparative Philology and Re-making -- the Politics of Language -- Conclusion -- 2 COLONIAL EDUCATION AND THE LAICISATION -- OF KNOWLEDGE: RE-MAKING CULTURAL -- HIERARCHIES AND MODES OF CONTESTATION -- Introduction -- Colonial Education, Disseminating Modernity -- and the Possibility of a Public Sphere -- Extending the Colonial Public Sphere: -- Laicisation and the Possibility of a Caste -- Alliance in Pre-1857 Western India -- The Society for the Promotion of Education -- of the Mahars and the Mangs -- 3 COLONIAL EDUCATION AND THE CULTIVATION OF -- ENGLISH AND MARATHI: HIERARCHIES OF LANGUAGE -- AND THE EMERGING POLITICAL STRUCTURE -- Introduction -- Bilingualism, Translation and Colonial Literacy -- English and Laicisation in the Vernaculars: -- A Colonial 'Renaissance'? -- Translation and the 'Diffusion of Knowledge': -- The Emergence of a Native Vernacular Discourse -- The Emergence of Bombay University: Instituting -- Colonial Bilingualism as Social Hierarchy -- 4 COLONIAL POWER, PRINT AND THE RE-MAKING -- OF THE LITERATE SPHERE -- Colonial Power, Print and Publicity -- The Beginnings of Print and the Making of -- New Languages -- Pandits, Shastris and the Making of Early -- Marathi Print Culture in Bombay -- Re-inventing the Public Terrain: The Early Marathi -- Press and Establishing a Critical Vernacular'Sphere -- 5 BILINGUALISM, HEGEMONY AND THE 'SWING TO -- ORTHODOXY': THE SHAPING OF THE POLITICAL -- SPHERE (1860-1881) -- Introduction -- Colonial Bilingualism, the Native Press and -- Questions of Hegemony After 1857 -- Colonial Bilingualism and Political Associations -- Aestheticisation and Intolerance in the Vernacular Sphere -- Ideological Consolidation: Chiplunkar's Nibandhmala -- CONCLUSION -- The Limits of Upper-caste Leadership -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index.

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