This book reopens the debate on the relationship between pring
culture, public sphere, and colonial rule. This work, as part of
the SOAS series, is the first of its kind on modern Goan cultural
politics. It offers an analysis of several categories of print
material including pamplets, newsprint, novels, and commentaries
among others. Drawing succinctly from available studies that tell
the story of pring, reading publics, and linguistic hierarchies... more...