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Document Type(s):Book Chapter
Book Title:Agrarian Power and Agricultural Productivity in South Asia
Article/Chapter Title:Productive Power in Agriculture: A Survey of Work on the Local History of British India
Editor(s):Desai, Meghnad; Rudolph, Susanne Hoeber; Rudra, Ashok
Author(s):Ludden, David
Religion(s):Hinduism
Publisher Name:Oxford University Press
Place of Publication:Delhi
Date of Publication:1984
Pages:51-99
Annotation:In this bibliographic and analytical literature review, Ludden discusses trends, developments, methodological approaches, and theories in the disparate field of South Asian agrarian history and the study of local power and productivity. After identifying distinct methodological traditions and highlighting convergences between them, he reviews scholarship on power and debt and concludes by setting out some specific principles for comparative agrarian history, which he sees as a promising multidisciplinary field.
   
 
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