ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Voice of Subaltern Historiography


There was a time when we would just define history as happenings in the past and it got subsumed into our public consciousness. The sources of historical knowledge would simply be classified into archival, documented, and some other such historic–ethnographic practices. This brand of historiography was mostly prominent in South Asia and was prevalent in the West as well.

Born in West Bengal, Ranajit Guha was faced with immediate political and historical events which needed reinterpretation and reimagining on the lines of an axiomatic sense rather than through the prism of imperial markers.

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Updated On : 5th May, 2023
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