Open access book release: “Wage Earners in India 1500-1900: Regional Approaches in an International Context”

We are delighted to reveal our next edited volume in our ICAS:MP Sage Series : “Politics and Society in India and the Global South“. The book is titled: Wage Earners in India 1500-1900: Regional Approaches in an International Context

The editors are:

Jan Lucassen was one of our first ICAS:MP fellows and is Emeritus Professor at the Free University of Amsterdam and an honorary fellow at the International Institute of Social History, where he founded the IISH Research Department as well as the biannual European Social Science History.

Radhika Seshan, Professor and Head (Retd.), Department of History, Savitribai Phule Pune University (formerly the University of Pune), is now Visiting Faculty, Symbiosis School for Liberal Arts, Pune, India.

This book brings together several scholars—young and veteran—to study new data and reinterpret older data from a fresh methodological perspective to locate India within global economic systems more effectively. For more information on the book, please click here

The book is available open access on the SAGE Spectrum website on the following location: https://spectrum.sagepub.in/book/wage-earners-in-india-1500-1900-jan-lucassen-9789354793639/10

The digital version of the book can be downloaded for free on the Amazon website in your country and on many other digital stores.

In India, the kindle edition can be downloaded for free under the following link: https://www.amazon.in/Wage-Earners-India-1500-1900-Internationalebook/dp/B09P515QMR/ref=sr_1_8crid=1W5P2A6D97EVT&keywords=jan+lucassen&qid=1641892000&sprefix=jan+lucassen%2Caps%2C233&sr=8-8

The print book is available globally for sale on Amazon and the SAGE Spectrum website. It will also be freely accessible to social sciences and management libraries across the country through SAGE eVidya, a digital library that over 1300 social sciences and management titles in English, Hindi and Marathi.


You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Search OpenEdition Search

You will be redirected to OpenEdition Search