Mary E. John,
Praveen Kumar Jha,
Surinder S. Jodhka
Such are the constraints of disciplinary boundaries that even when scholars come together in a collective effort to analyse recent processes, their focus narrows down to specific themes, invaribaly...
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Asa Briggs is the author of many books, including Victorian Cities, A Social History of England, and a five-volume series on the history of the BBC.
John Harriss is Professor of International Studies at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada. He has been a visiting researcher at the Madras Institute of Development Studies and has published
Joel Kovel has been Alger Hiss Professor of Social Studies at Bard College, Annandale, New York, since 1988. His books include Red Hunting in the Promised Land (1997), History and Spirit (1998), In
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