The Indian Economic and Social History Review, 2003
Index to Volume XL
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- Arunima, G. / Face value: Ravi Varma's portraiture and the
project of colonial modernity (no. 1, pp. 57-79)
- Bhattacharya, Rimli / The nautee in `the second city of the
Empire' (no. 2, pp.191-235)
- Blackburn, Stuart / Colonial contact in the `hidden land':
Oral history among the Apatanis of Arunachal Pradesh (no. 3, pp.
- D'Souza, Rohan / Damming the Mahanadi river: The emergence of
multipurpose river valley development in India (1943-46) (no. 1, pp.
- Fischer-Tin�, Harald / 'White women degrading themselves
to the lowest depths': European networks of prostitution and colonial
anxieties in British India and Ceylon ca. 1880-1914 (no. 2, pp.
- Gilmartin, David / Cattle, crime and colonialism: Property as
negotiation in north India (no. 1, pp. 33-56)
- Kooiman, Dick / Meeting at the threshold, at the edge of the
carpet or somewhere in between? Questions of ceremonial in princely
India (no. 3, pp.311-333)
- Lorenzen, David N. / Europeans in late Mughal south Asia: The
perceptions of Italian missionaries (no. 1, pp. 1-31)
- Naraindas, Harish / Crisis, charisma and triage: Extirpating
the pox (no. 4, pp. 425-457)
- Rajagopal, Vakulabharanam / The rhetorical strategy of an
autobiography: Reading Satyavati's Atmacaritamu (no. 4, pp.
- Saravanan, Velayutham / Colonial commercial forest policy and
tribal private foress in Madras Presidency: 1792-1881 (no. 4, pp.
- Sharan, Awadhendra / From caste to category: Colonial
knowledge practices and the Depressed/Scheduled Castes of Bihar (no. 3,
- Subrahmanyam, Sanjay / Turning the stones over:
Sixteenth-century millenarianism from the Tagus to the Ganges (no. 2,
- Tieken, Herman / Old Tamil Ca�kam literature and the
so-called Ca�kam period (no. 3, pp. 247-278)
[486 / The Indian Economic and Social History Review 40, 4(2003)]
- Abbott, Andrew, Chaos of Disciplines, by Harish
Naraindas (no. 1, pp. 107-109)
- Basu, Shamita, Religious Revivalism as Nationalist Discourse.
Swami Vivekananda and New Hinduism in Nineteenth Century Bengal, by
Amiya P. Sen (no. 1, pp. 122-124)
- Chatterjee, Partha and Ghosh, Anjan, eds, History and the
Present, by Sasheej Hegde (no. 4, pp. 469-471)
- Diddee, Jaymala and Gupta, Samita, Pune: Queen of the Deccan,
by James W. Laine (no. 2, pp. 245-246)
- Dirks, Nicholas B., Castes of Mind: Colonialism and the making of
Modern India, by Sumit Guha (no. 4, pp. 459-461)
- Geliner, David N., The Anthropology of
Buddhism and Hinduism: Weberian Themes, by Sasheej Hegde (no.
2, pp. 239-242)
- Gommans, J.L. and Kolff, D.H.A., eds, Warfare and Weaponry in
South Asia: 1000-1800, by Iqbal Ghani Khan (no. 2, pp.
- Gooptu, Nandini, The Politics of the Urban Poor in Early
Twentieth Century India, by Janaki Nair (no. 3, pp.
- Gupta, Partha Sarathi and Deshpande, Anirudh, eds, The British
Raj and its Indian Armed Forces, 1857-1939, by Douglas M.
Peers (no. 4, pp. 464-467)
- Hasan, Mushirul and Nakazato, Nariaki, eds, The Unfinished
Agenda. Nationbuilding in South Asia, by Tirthankar Roy (no.
2, pp. 242-245)
- Joshi, Sanjay, Fractured Modernity. Making of a Middle Class in
Colonial North India, by Francesca Orsini (no. 1, pp.
- Kumar, Krishna, Prejudice and Pride: School Histories of the
Freedom Struggle in India and Pakistan, by V. Geetha (no. 4,
- Parthasarathi, Prasannan, The Transition to a
Colonial Economy: Weavers, Merchants and Kings in South India,
1720-1800, by Ravi Ahuja (no. 3, pp. 370-373)
- Pati, Biswamoy and Harrison, Mark, eds, Health, Medicine and
Empire: Perspectives on Colonial India, Samanta, Arabinda, Malarial
fever in Colonial Bengal, 1820-1939, by Satadru Sen (no. 4,
- Prakash, Gyan, Another Reason: Science and the Imagination of
Modern India, by Banu Subramaniam (no. 4, pp. 481-483)
- Radhakrishna, Meena, Dishonoured by History? Criminal Tribes and
British Colonial Policy, by Ravi Ahuja (no. 1, pp.
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- Rangan, Haripriya, Of Myths and Movements: Rewriting Chipko into
Himalayan History, Pathak, Akhileshwar, Laws Strategies and
Ideologies: Legislating Forests in Colonial India, by Archana
Prasad (no. 1, pp. 124-127)
- Ray, Rajat Kanta, Exploring Emotional History: Gender, Mentality
and Literature in the Indian Awakening, by Anindita
Mukhopadhyay (no. 4, pp. 472-474)
- Robinson, Catherine A., Tradition and Liberation: The Hindu
Tradition in the Indian Women's Movement, by Charu Gupta (no.
1, pp. 116-118)
- Roy, Tirthankar, The Economic History of India, 1857-1947, by
David Ludden (no. 1, pp. 109-111)
- Saikia, Rajen, Social and Economic History of
Assam, 1853-1921, by Tirthankar Roy (no. 1, pp. 113-114)
- Shah, Kirit K., The Problem of Identity: Women in Early Indian
Inscriptions, by K.M. Shrimali (no. 4, pp. 474-476)
- Sharma, Sanjay, Famine, Philanthropy and the Colonial State:
North India in the Early Nineteenth Century, by Visalakshi
Menon (no. 1, pp. 114-116)
- Taylor, Kathleen, Sir John Woodroffe, Tantra and Bengal: `An
Indian Soul in a European Body', by Gautam Chakravarty (no.
3, pp. 373-376)
- Wickremesekera, Channa, 'Best Black Troops in the World': British
Perceptions and the Making of the Sepoy, 1746-1805, by Michael H.
Fisher (no. 4, pp.467-469)
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