Preface and Acknowledgements
I: WHY BEYOND CIVIL SOCIETY?
Ambiguities and Intersection
II: HUMAN RIGHTS MOVEMENTS IN INDIA: STATE, CIVIL SOCIETY AND BEYOND
State-Civil Society Complementarity
State versus Civil Society
Civil Society versus Political Society
The Contemporary Moment: Beyond the Political?
III: DALIT AND NAXALITE STRUGGLES: POLITICAL IDENTITIES BEYOND IDENTITY POLITICS
Karamchedu: Foray into or Out of Civil Society?
Chundur: Identity Politics and a Disciplining Civil Society
Vempentta: Civil Society versus 'Dalit Society'
IV: FEMINIST POLITICS AND LEGAL SUBJECTIVITY: NEGOTIATING TRANSFORMATIVE DILEMMAS
'Law as a Catalyst': Civilizing Law or Legitimizing Civil Society?
One Act Play: Privatization of the Public or Publicizing the Private?
Feminizing the State: Economizing Culture and Politicizing the Civil
V: COLLECTIVES AGAINST POLLUTION AND 'POLITICAL SOCIETY': IMPLICATIONS OF UNCIVIL DEVELOPMENT
Understanding New Industrialization: Capital-izing Un-Civility
Introducing 'Development': Pollution and Social Cost
Political Society: Interest-Group Politics or Collectives for Justice?
Political Society - Of Middle Men and Processes of Fragmentation
VI: TOWARDS A POLITICS OF POST-CIVIL SOCIETY
Politics in the Waiting Lounge: Dithering Movements and Moments
Post and Beyond: 'Dialectics of Struggle'