Title: Time, Space, and Capital in India: Longing and Belonging in an Urban-Industrial Hinterland
Published on: June 30, 2020
Published in: Routledge
This book is fundamentally concerned with the relations among the theoretical categories of time, space and capital in India and shows registers of temporality and spatiality generated by historical phases of interaction with industrial capital. Based on extensive ethnographic fieldwork in Howrah, the author examines the form of urbanism that is not linked to the city-form of spatial organisation, a “hinterland urbanism”.