Time for tea women labor and post colonial politics on an indian plantation 2011 is a post colonial feminist ethnographic critique of labour practices in indian tea plantations through personal interviews anecdotes and a play piya chatterjee examines the role gender class and race play in the production consumption and circulation of tea transcending the realm of local politics and culture the ethnography reveals the multilayered multispatial colonial dimension of . A time for tea women labor and post colonial politics on an indian plantation piya chatterjee series a john hope labor studies and comparative or international feminism designated a john hope franklin center book by the john hope franklin seminar group on race religion and globalization eisbn 978 0 8223 8015 3 subjects feminist womens studies history asian studies labor . Time for tea women labor and post colonial politics on an indian plantation piya chatterjee durham nc duke university press 2001 417 pp. Download citation a time for tea women labor and post colonial politics on an indian plantation exile to paradise savagery and civilization in paris and the south pacific 1790 1900. Piya chatterjees a time for tea is more than a skillful and reflective ethnography of womens labor in the tea industry in india her analysis of the fieldwork she conducted on an indian plantation is contextualized through a cultural and material history of the tea industry in india which is intertwined with the politics and economics of empire the impact of capitalism and the shifting production and performance of gender class and consumption
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