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Such a narrowly discursivist reading of anticolonial nationalism ultimately renders arbitrary the internal tensions of nationalism. 51 Chatterjee’s later work, The Nation and Its Fragments, which signaled a broader shift within subaltern studies from Gramscian to Foucauldian frameworks, attempts to undo the theoretical impasse of the “blocked dialectic” between colonialism and nationalism that his earlier work pre- 24 Introduction sented. 52 The exact relationship between colonialism and nationalism is left ambiguous because there is a slippage in Chatterjee’s work between an ontological claim about the existence of separate material/colonial and spiritual/indigenous domains and an analysis of this opposition in terms of the conceptual idioms and performative self-fashioning of colonized elites against colonial rule.
However, the rise of nationalist, neomercantilist, and state-centric models of development in diverse regional contexts from the late 1870s challenged the self-evident status of a Britain-centered global system of financial and economic liberalism. The reconfiguration of political-economic space along self-consciously national developmentalist and statist principles, during the late 1870s and 1880s, not only entailed a crisis for Britain’s global hegemony but made the contradictions of colonial practices both more apparent and acute.
The contradictory form of colonial practices—the tension between its simultaneously homogenizing and differentiating character—in tandem with key global developments made possible the reconfiguration of colonial space as national space. The nationalist critique of colonialism, the emergence of notions of India as a bounded nation, and swadeshi conceptions of a distinct Indian modernity were rooted within rather than outside the experiential and structural contradictions of colonial domination. An exclusive focus on the particular, local, and singular aspects of nationalism cloaks the constitutive force of global processes in the making of local and regional worlds.
A Banach Space Where Minimal Weak Cuscos are Generically Compact-Valued by Sciffer S.