4 edition of Schooling the national imagination found in the catalog.
Schooling the national imagination
Includes bibliographical references (p. -200) and index.
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Schooling the National Imagination examines English Studies in the school curriculum in India and, using this as a lens, also explores the shifts in the construction of nationalism, modernity, and identity in independent sing the national education policy in general and the English language policy in particular, this book Cited by: Schooling the National Imagination: Education, English, and the Indian Modern - Kindle edition by Advani, Shalini.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: The policy landscape. Becoming 'true' Indians: language, history, modernity ; Language and the postcolonial predicament ; Education for nationalism --The culture of construction of the nation ; Normalizing the boundaries ; Engendering the nation --Entering the school.
Anderson and imagination Benedict Anderson’s small book Imagined Communities is distinctive in the contemporary literature on nationalism in the centrality it accorded to the issues just cited. Composed during the unexpected and disappointing aftermath of the victory of national. This paperback reprint of the edition Schooling the national imagination book a highly regarded curriculum development book by one of the most prominent figures in the field.
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