Caste, Class and Gender: Women’s Work in India
<a href="http://humanitiesnebraskaorg.presencehost.net/speakers/speakers-index.html?get_id=Dfq7eyBZPzI1zpVoNOI%252BCL%252FQeKHPYArHRYivwRTw0F2X8P8TrsT3Wm1bUR6OMOA4l4RHWI400c9K82IN7zvBysD6k2Jm1w4pPA7Acj3h%252FU%252FpOzbjYaW%252FM8OKzCuLp9%252FFUG%252FUbEbG7Pneo6r8DLVIRYU%252FRlo6Z%252F2M9alAXGFlw42V">Meenakshi N. Dalal</a>
This presentation is based on Dalal’s field study of women’s work in rural India. It treats such topics as arranged marriages and the dowry system, the seclusion of women, the caste system and the variety of women’s work in India. Dalal’s presentation is accompanied by a slide show.
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