Vinay Bahl (Fernand Braudel Center, SUNY Binghamton)
submitted: 6/1/94 (by mail)
Doctor and Independent Scholar
Fernand Braudel Center
State University of New York at Binghamton
c/o Rifaat Abu-el-Haj
84 Audubon Ave.
Binghamton, New York 13902 USA
Description of work:
The Making of the Indian Working Class: A Case of Tata Iron and Steel
Company, 1880-1946 (forthcoming, Sage).
"The emergence of large scale Indian steel industry, 1880-1907," Indian
Economic and Social History Review, 4, 1994.
"Cultural imperialism and women's movement in the Third World,"
(forthcoming in Radical History Review).
"On the question of working class (women and men) consciousness," in
Sociology - The Rubric of Social Science. Professor Ramkrishna Mukherjee
Felicitation Volume. (forthcoming, October 1994)
"Class consciousness and primordial values in the shaping of the Indian
working class," South Asia Bulletin 13:1&2.
"Caste or class," International Journal for Contemporary Sociology, Oct.
1992, V.29, n.2.
"Women in the Third World - The problems in proletarianization and class
consciousness," Sage Race Relations Abstract (May 1989, V.14, n.2).
"Congress attitude towards the working class struggle in India,
1900-1947," in Kapil Kumar (ed.) Congress and Classes: Nationalism,
Peasants and Workers. Delhi : Manohar. 1988.
"Incorporation of South Asia in the world capitalist system" (with joint
authors Ravi Palat, Ken Barr, Jim Matson and Nesar Ahmed), Fernand
Braudel Center Review, Oct. 1986, V.10, n.1. SUNY Binghamton.
1. Steel and dependency
2. Relations between the working classes and the colonial states
3. Cultural imperialism and Women's Movement in the Third World
4. Sociology of Dhrupad