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Novetzke’s new book explores the impact of India’s Marathi language

October 24, 2016


Christian Lee Novetzke

Photograph of popular Marathi newspapers.

Columbia University Press has published Jackson School South Asia and Comparative Religion Professor Christian Novetzke’s latest book, The Quotidian Revolution: Vernacularization, Religion, and the Premodern Public Sphere in India, which explores a pivotal moment in the history of Indian literature, religion and public life challenging the dominance of Sanskrit, a language largely restricted to men of high caste.

The Quotidian Revolution book cover

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