Irfan Habib

Habib in [[Aligarh]], November 2011 Irfan Habib (born August 10, 1931) is an Indian Marxist historian of ancient and medieval India, following the methodology of Marxist historiography in his contributions to economic history. He identifies as a Marxist and is well known for his strong stance against Hindutva and Islamic fundamentalism. He has authored a number of books, notably the ''Agrarian System of Mughal India, 1556–1707'', an ''Atlas of the Mughal Empire: Political and Economic Maps With Detailed Notes'', and an ''Atlas of Ancient Indian History'' (with Faiz Habib). As the general editor, he is also the driving force behind the ''A People's History of India'' series, volumes of which continue to be released. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published: 1992
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Participants: Habib, Irfan 1931- [ HerausgeberIn ]
Published: 2000
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