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Babri Masjid Afterlives on Human Rights Day – World Research Weblog


Coinciding with Human Rights Day 2022, a two day digital convention occurred December 9-10, 2022 on the subject “Afterlives of Babri Masjid: Thirty Years Later.

For contextual background on the Babri Masjid, see within the library catalog topics:Babari Masjid (Faizabad, India) and Communalism India Faizabad.”

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 For consultant publications of the convention audio system, see:

-Ahmad, Irfan, Faith as critique: Islamic essential considering from Mecca to {the marketplace}, The College of North Carolina Press, 2017

-Ahmed, Hilal, Muslim political discourse in postcolonial India: monuments, reminiscence, contestation, Routledge, 2015

-Ansari, Khalid Anis, “Rethinking the Pasmanda motion,” Financial and Political Weekly 44(13), Mar. 28 – Apr. 3, 2009

-Chopra, Rohit, The digital Hindu Rashtra: saffron nationalism and new media, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India: HarperCollins India, 2019

-Habib, Irfan, The nationwide motion: origins and early part, to 1918, New Delhi: Tulika Books, 2017

-Hansen, Thomas Blom, The legislation of pressure: the violent coronary heart of Indian politics, New Delhi: Aleph, 2021

-Jaffrelot, Christophe, Modi’s India: Hindu nationalism and the rise of ethnic democracy, Princeton College Press, 2021

-Ludden, David, Contesting the nation: faith, group, and the politics of democracy in India, College of Pennsylvania Press, 1996

-Manan Ahmed, Asif, The lack of Hindustan: the invention of India, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard College Press, 2020

-Marrewa Karwoski, Christine, Imprinted identification: a historical past of literature and communal selfhood within the Nath Sampradāy, New York, 2020

-Mehdi, Zehra, “Phobia of faith: faith as Islam a political argument and a psychoanalytic inquiry of Islamophobia in India,” Worldwide Journal of Utilized Psychoanalytic Research 14(3): 222-244, Sept. 2017

-Patwardhan, Anand, Ram ke naam = Within the identify of god, Icarus Movies

-Rajagopal, Arvind, Politics after tv: non secular nationalism and the reshaping of the Indian public, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge College Press, 2001

-Shepherd, Kancha Ilaiah, Buffalo nationalism: a critique of religious fascism, Los Angeles, SAGE, 2019

-Truschke, Audrey, The language of historical past: Sanskrit narratives of Indo-Muslim rule, New York: Columbia College Press, 2021

-Veer, Peter van der, Gods on earth: the administration of non secular expertise and identification in a North Indian pilgrimage centre, London: Routledge, 2020

For added reference help, contact Gary Hausman, the Columbia College South Asian Research Librarian.

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