Project #86612 - Minority Histories

READ) Minority Histories, Subaltern Pasts Author(s): Dipesh Chakrabarty Source: Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 33, No. 9 (Feb. 28 - Mar. 6, 1998), pp. 473+475-479 Economic and Political Weekly.

STYLE) Sentences are original and clearly expressed.
Paraphrases with ideas taken from other sources.
Plurals and possessives of nouns are accurate.
Commas and semicolons are used appropriately.
Quotations are correctly presented and cited.
Writing is simple and direct.
Sentences are related to each other logically and make coherent paragraphs.
Writing avoids passive voice.
Footnotes and bibliography are correctly done with appropriate references to the article.

CONTENT) What is a subaltern? How can historians use subaltern studies? How does the author, Dipesh Chakrabarty, explain the power of the subaltern? What kinds of problems does he believe that scholars have when working with spiritual sources? Can these problems be resolved? Why or why not?
YOU HAVE TO FIND THE ARTICLE ON JSTOR. GOOGLE "JSTOR" AND TYPE IN THE NAME OF THE READING

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