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INTRODUCTION - FRAMING THE INQUIRY: HISTORICIZING THE MODERN STATE (LLOYD I. RUDOLPH AND JOHN KURT JACOBSEN); EXPERIENCING HIGH MODERNIST STATES IN AMERICA, INDIA, AND THE SOVIET UNION; ; 1. High Modernist Social Engineering: The Case of the Tennessee Valley Authority (James C. Scott); ; 2. The Cost of Living: The Narmada Dam and the Indian State (Arundhati Roy); ; 3. Understanding the Collapse of the Soviet Union (Hyung-Min-Joo); ; 4. How Political Scientists Experienced India's Development State (Paul R. Brass); EXPERIENCING THE STATE FROM BELOW IN VILLAGE INDIA AND GERMANY AND URBAN KARACHI; ; 5. Experiencing Reunification: An East German Village after the Fall of the Wall (Helmuth Berking); ; 6. The Dynamics of Bureaucratic Rule in Pakistan: A Personal View (Tasneem Ahmed Siddiqui); ; 7. Face to Face with the Indian State: A Grass Roots View (Philip Oldenburg); EXPERIENCING THE STATE FROM OUTSIDE: PSYCHIATRY, FILM, AND ART; ; 8. Experiencing Care: Psychotherapy and NHS Mental Health Reform in Britain (Nicholas Temple); ; 9. In Cahoots? Cinema, Cynicism, and Citizenship (John Kurt Jacobsen); ; 10. Forest of Logos: Empire of Signs (Patricia Bickers); EMANCIPATORY RESISTANCE; ; 11. Gandhi's Trial and India's Colonial State (Sudipta Kaviraj); ; 12. Experiencing Repressive States in America and the Koreas (Bruce Cumings); Conclusion - Sovereignty Unbound: Experiencing the State after 9/11 (Lloyd I. Rudolph and John Kurt Jacobsen); Notes on Contributors
Lloyd I. Rudolph is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Chicago. John Kurt Jacobsen is Research Associate, Program on International Politics, Economics and Security at the University of Chicago.
In this enterprising volume Rudolph and Jacobsen assemble a galaxy of South Asian, European and American stars who illuminatingly analyze the varieties of subjective experience of the state. Many toes are stepped on and a few sacred cows are gored in amusing and consequential ways in the course of reexamining the state as the central organizing concept in political scienc? * Brendan O'Leary, Lauder Professor of Political Science, Director, Solomon Asch Center for the Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict, University of Pennsylvania *