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Title: Feminism, Post-Colonial Discourse and Indian Liminality
Other Titles: Karatoya, NBU J. Hist. Vol 12, March 2019, p 105 - 113
Authors: Sarkar, Prajnaparamita
Keywords: women question
feminine/masculin dichotomy
Issue Date: Mar-2019
Publisher: University of North Bengal
Abstract: The ‘Women Question” was a central issue in the most controversial debates over social reform in early and mid-nineteenth century Bengal-the period of so-called renaissance. What has perplexed historians is the rather sudden disappearance of such issues from the agenda of public debate towards the close of the century. From then onward, questions regarding the position of women in society did not arouse the same degree of public passion and acrimony as they had only a few decades before. An attempt has been made through this article to interpret this change.
ISSN: 2229-4880
Appears in Collections:Karatoya Vol.12 (March 2019)

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