Item Code: IDG545
by S.C. MALIKHardcover (Edition: 1968)
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDY, Shimla
Size: 8.8" X 5.8"
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About the Book :
This volume deals primarily with methodology, and is pioneering effort in problem-oriented research. Most meaningfully, cogently and in a very readable style in produces a broad theoretical basis for the comprehension of archaeological material- within the framework of anthropology for anthropology for the first time-bearing upon Indian Civilization. It makes a timely, in fact a long overdue, plea for broad contextual issues raising crucial questions that help construct a total picture of the life of early peoples of India. It has produced a model for cultural evolution in South Asia.
" no one who is interested in Indian archaeology can afford to ignore it deserves to be taken very seriously."
TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, LONDON
"This work is an excellent example of a Problem-oriented monograph which successfully carries out its aims and purposes."
"A book like this had to be written his effort is praise-worthy."
N.K. Bose in MAN IN INDIA
"a thought-provoking book in interpretative archaelogy has finally come."
D. P. Aggarwal in PURATATTVA
About the Author:
S.C.MALIK (b.1932) has a Master's degree in Anthropology form the University of Delhi, a Post-graduate Diploma in Archaeology from the Institute of Archaeology, University of London, and a Ph.D. In Palaeo-anthropology from the M.S. Univrsity of Baroda. He was associated with the M.S. University of Baroda from 1965 until 1970 and a Fulbright-Smith-Mundt scholar at the University of Chicago for two years. He is a Fellow at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla since 1970. He has contributed a number of research papers to learned journals. His publications include: Stone Age Industries of the Bombay and Satara Districts, Understanding Indian Civilization: a Framework of Enquiry, Indian civilization-the First Phase (ed.), dissent, Protest and Reform movements in Indian Civilization (ed.), Indian Movements: Aspects of Dissent, Protest and Reform (ed.),Determinants of Social Status in India (ed.).
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