Reimagining nations and rethinking nature: contemporary eco-political controversies in India and Australia

Anand, Divya

₹ 1195.00

India and Australia as nation state emerge from the shared lineage of being part of the British Empire, which hs characterized the nature of their respective journeys as modern nation states. Juxtaposing case studies from India and Australia reveals that although both locations both locations differ in their particular historical and social contexts, both contend with similar challenges and compulsions, characteristic of modernity. Employing a multi-scalar and interdisciplinary approach, this work examines issues of nature, nation and development within the context of modernity. This book contributes towards trying to understand the ways in which nations are constantly imagined and find new ways of thinking about nature.

ISBN 13: 9789352903139

ISBN 10: 9352903137

Year: 2019

Language: ENGLISH

Pages etc.: x+286p., bib., ind., 24cm.

Binding: Hardbound

Subject(s): Sociology

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