3 edition of Culture and politics of identity in Sri Lanka found in the catalog.
Papers presented at a symposium held at the International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Colombo, 13-15 March 1997; chiefly reflects the social aspects of cultural and political identity in Sri Lanka.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Mithran Tiruchelvam and Dattathreya C.S.|
|Contributions||Tiruchelvam, Mithran., Dattathreya C. S., International Centre for Ethnic Studies.|
|LC Classifications||DS489.2 .C85 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 186 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||99933151|
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John Clifford Holt is William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of the Humanities in Religion and Asian Studies at Bowdoin College. He has written many books, including Spirits of the Place: Buddhism and Lao Religious Culture, The Buddhist Visnu: Religious Transformation, Politics and Culture, and The Religious World of Kirti Sri: Buddhism, Art and Politics in Late Medieval Sri Lanka.
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Development has traditionally been identified as a neat 'economic' project without much mention of culture or politics. In this book, Nalani Hennayake unravels how the development experience of a postcolonial society is deeply embedded in a complex historical relationship between culture and politics by focusing on the country of Sri Lanka.
It analyzes how this relationship emerges in the. “The Sri Lanka Reader is unprecedented. Never before Culture and politics of identity in Sri Lanka book there been a book so synoptic in its treatment Culture and politics of identity in Sri Lanka book Sri Lankan history, politics, and culture.
The overall organization, the selections chosen for inclusion, and the introductions to the individual pieces are all of the highest order/5(8). Papers presented at a symposium Culture and politics of identity in Sri Lanka book at the International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Colombo, March ; chiefly reflects the social aspects of cultural Pages: The Sri Lanka Reader is a sweeping introduction to the epic history of the island nation located just off the southern tip of India.
The island’s recorded history of more than two and a half millennia encompasses waves of immigration from the South Asian subcontinent, the formation of Sinhala Buddhist and Tamil Hindu civilizations, the arrival of Arab Muslim traders, and European Reviews: 1.
Everyday Ethnicity in Sri Lanka: Up-Country Tamil Identity Politics Focusing on notions of diaspora, identity and agency, this book examines ethnicity in war-torn Sri Lanka. It focuses on the historical development and negotiation Culture and politics of identity in Sri Lanka book a new identification of Up-country Tamil amidst Sri Lanka’s violent ethnic politics.
Over the past thirty years, Up-country (Indian) Tamils have. “The Sri Lanka Reader is unprecedented. Never before Culture and politics of identity in Sri Lanka book there been a book so synoptic in its treatment of Sri Lankan history, politics, and culture.
The overall organization, the selections chosen for inclusion, and the introductions to the individual pieces are all of the highest order. The official name of the nation is the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka.
Inthe national constitution discarded the name Ceylon and adopted the name of Sri Lanka. In Sinhala, the language of the majority, Sri means "blessed" and Lanka is the name of the island. The island's history of immigration, trade, and colonial invasion.
Focusing on notions of diaspora, identity and agency, this book examines ethnicity in war-torn Sri Lanka. It highlights the historical development and negotiation of a new identification of Up-country Tamil amidst Sri Lanka’s violent ethnic politics.
“The Sri Lanka Reader is unprecedented. Never before has there been a book so synoptic in its treatment of Sri Lankan history, politics, and culture. The overall organization, the selections chosen for inclusion, and the introductions to the individual pieces are all of the highest : John Clifford Holt.
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Proximity to the Indian subcontinent has facilitated close cultural interaction between Sri Lanka and India from ancient times. Sri Lanka gained independence from Britain in Identity, Culture and Politics (ISSN ) is a biannual publication of International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Colombo, Sri Lanka and the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa, Dakar, Senegal.
Book description: Heritage processes vary according to cultural, national, geographical, and historical contexts. This volume is unique in that it is dedicated to approaching the analysis of heritage through the concepts of social movements. Adapting the latest developments in the field of social movements, the Pages: The Sri Lanka Reader History, Culture, Politics.
Book Pages: Illustrations: 54 illustrations, including 13 in color, 1 map Published: April Editor: John Clifford Holt. Subjects Asian Studies > South Asia, General Interest > Travel, History > Asian History. The Sri Lanka Reader Author: John Clifford Holt.
Tamil immigration to Sri Lanka refers to the migration of Tamils, or other Dravidian peoples, from Southern India to Sri to Sri Lanka's close proximity to Southern India, Dravidian influence on Sri Lankan politics and trade has been very active since the third century BC.
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Buddhism is the major religion followed in Sri Lanka, with % of the population identifying as Buddhist. Of the remaining Sri Lankan population, % identify as Hindu, % identify as Muslim and % identify as Christian.
Synopsis Focusing on notions of diaspora, identity and agency, this book examines ethnicity in war-torn Sri Lanka. It highlights the historical development and negotiation of a new identification of Up-country Tamil amidst Sri Lanka’s violent ethnic politics.
by Sasanka Perera (Febru Colombo, Sri Lanka Guardian) Other than economics, politics and power, culture is also a central concept linked to any serious discussion on globalization. Culture can be defined as something that transforms difference into essence.
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