Table of contents for Subaltern sports : politics and sport in South Asia / edited by James H. Mills.


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1. 'Kalarippayattu is Eighty Percent Mental and Only the Remainder
is Physical': Power, Agency and Self in a South Asian Martial Art
Philip Zarrilli
2. Empowering Yourself: Sport, Sexuality and Autoeroticism in
North Indian Jori Swinging
Joseph S. Alter
3. Indigenous Polo in Northern Pakistan: Game and Power on
the Periphery
Peter Parkes
4. 'The Moral that can be Safely Drawn from the Hindus' Magnifici
Victory': Cricket, Caste and the Palwankar Brothers
Ramachandra Guha
5. The Peasants are Revolting: Race, Culture and Ownership in
Cricket
Satadru Sen
6. The Social History of the Royal Calcutta Golf Club, 1829-2003
Paul Dimeo
7. Warrior Goddess Versus Bipedal Cow: Sport, Space, Performance
and Planning in an Indian City
James Heitzman and Smriti Srinivas
8. 'Nupilal': Women's War, Football and the History of Modern
Manipur
9. 'Playing for the Tibetan People': Football and History in the
High Himalayas
Alex McKay
10. Community, Identity and Sport: Anglo-Indians in Colonial and
Postcolonial India
Megan S. Mills



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Sports and state South Asia