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Trans-colonial modernities in South Asia

Author: Michael S Dodson; Brian A Hatcher
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, ©2012.
Series: Routledge studies in the modern history of Asia (2005), 74.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael S Dodson; Brian A Hatcher
ISBN: 9780415780629 0415780624 9780203135396 0203135393
OCLC Number: 641536129
Description: xii, 262 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: The schools of Serfoji II of Tanjore : education and princely modernity in early nineteenth-century India / Indira Viswanathan Peterson --
Pandits at work : the modern Sastric imaginary in early colonial Bengal / Brian A. Hatcher --
Knowledge in context : Raja Shivaprasad as hybrid intellectual and people's educator / Ulrike Stark --
Modernity's script and a Tom Thumb performance : English linguistic modernity and Persian/Urdu lexicography in nineteenth-century India / Javed Majeed --
The trans-colonial opportunities of Bible translation : Iranian language workers between the Russian and British empires / Nile Green --
Indology as authoritative knowledge : Jain debates about icons and history in colonial India / John E. Cort --
A conceptual history of the social : some reflections out of colonial Bengal / Rochona Majumdar --
Three poets in search of history : Calcutta, 1752-1859 / Rosinka Chaudhuri --
A "well-travelled" theory : Mughals, Maine and modernity in the historical fiction of Romesh Chunder / Dutt Alex Padamsee --
Afterword : Bombay's "intertwined modernities," 1780-1880 / C.A. Bayly.
Series Title: Routledge studies in the modern history of Asia (2005), 74.
Responsibility: edited by Michael S. Dodson and Brian A. Hatcher.
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