Table of contents for Experiencing the state / edited by Lloyd I. Rudolph and John Kurt Jacobsen.


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EXPERIENCING HIGH MODERNIST STATES
IN AMERICA AND INDIA
1. High Modernist Social Engineering:
The Case of the Tennessee Valley Authority
JAMES C. ScoTT                                      3
2. The Cost of Living:
The Narmada Dam and the Indian State
ARUNDHATI ROY                                      53
3. Understanding the Collapse of the Soviet Union
HYUNG-MIN-JOO                                      73
4. How Political Scientists Experienced India's
Development State
PAUL R. BRASS                                     110
EXPERIENCING THE STATE FROM BELOW IN VILLAGE GERMANY
AND INDIA AND URBAN KARACHI AND LONDON
5. Experiencing Reunification: An East German Village
after the Fall of the Wall
HELMUTH BERKING                                   143
6. The Dynamics of Bureaucratic Rule in Pakistan:
A Personal View
TASNEEM AHMED SIDDIQUI                            165
7. Face to Face with the Indian State:
A Grass Roots View
PHILIP OLDENBURG                                  184
EXPERIENCING THE STATE FROM OUTSIDE:
PSYCHIATRY, FILM, AND ART
8. Experiencing Care: Psychotherapy and
NHS Mental Health Reform in Britain
NICHOLAS TEMPLE                                   215
9. In Cahoots?
Cinema, Cynicism, and Citizenship
JOHN KURT JACOBSEN                                236
10. Forest of Logos:
Empire of Signs
PATRICIA BICKERS                                  267
EMANCIPATORY RESISTANCE
11. Gandhi's Trial and India's Colonial State
SUDIPTA KAVIRAI                                   293
12. Experiencing Repressive States in America and the Koreas
BRUCE CUMINGS                                     309
Conclusion:
Sovereignty Unbound: Experiencing the State after 9/11
LLOYD I. RUDOLPH AND JOHN KURT JACOBSEN           343
Contributors                                          381



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