| The Indian
and Social History Review
Volume XL Number 4 October-December 2003
VAKULABHARANAM RAJAGOPAL / The rhetorical strategy of an
autobiography: Reading Satyavati's Atmacaritamu, p. 377
VELAYUTHAM SARAVANAN / Colonial commercial forest policy and
tribal private forests in Madras Presidency: 1792-1881, p.
HARISH NARAINDAS / Crisis, charisma and triage: Extirpating
the pox, p. 425
- Nicholas B. Dirks, Castes of Mind: Colonialism and the Making of
Modern India, by Sumit Guha, p. 459
- Biswamoy Pati and Mark Harrison, eds, Health, Medicine and
Empire: Perspectives on Colonial India; Arabinda Samanta, Malarial
Fever in Colonial Bengal, 1820-1939, by Satadru Sen, p.
- Partha Sarathi Gupta and Anirudh Deshpande, eds, The British Raj
and its Indian Armed Forces, 1857-1939, by Douglas M. Peers,
- Channa Wickremesekera, `Best Black Troops in the World': British
Perceptions and the Making of the Sepoy, 1746-1805, by Michael H.
Fisher, p. 467
- Partha Chatterjee and Anjan Ghosh, eds, History and the
Present, by Sasheej Hegde, p. 469
- Rajat Kanta Ray, Exploring Emotional History: Gender, Mentality
and Literature in the Indian Awakening, by Anindita
Mukhopadhyay, p. 472
- Kirit K. Shah, The Problem of Identity: Women in Early Indian
Inscriptions, by K.M. Shrimali, p. 474
- Krishna Kumar, Prejudice and Pride: School Histories of the
Freedom Struggle in India and Pakistan, by V. Geetha, p.
- Gyan Prakash, Another Reason: Science and the Imagination of
Modern India, by Banu Subramaniam, p. 481
Index to Volume XL, p. 485
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