The Indian Economic and Social History Review, 2005
Index to Volume XLII
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    • Alavi, Seema/Unani medicine in the nineteenth-century public sphere: Urdu texts and the Oudh Akhbar (no. 1, pp. 101-129).
    • Anderson, Clare/'The ferringees are flying--the ship is ours!' : The convict middle passage in colonial South and Southeast Asia, 1790-1860 (no. 2, pp. 143-186).
    • Bate, Bernard/Arumuga Navalar, Saivite sermons, and the delimitation of religion, c. 1850 (no. 4, pp. 469- 484).
    • Chaudhuri, Rosinka/Hemachandra's Bharat Sangeet (1870) and the politics of poetry: A prehistory of Hindu nationalism in Bengal? (no. 2, pp. 213-247).
    • Fischer-Tine, Harald/Britain's other civilising mission: Class prejudice, European 'loafeism' and the work-house system in colonial India (no. 3, pp. 295-338).
    • Flood, Finbarr Barry/Ghurid monuments and Muslim identities: Epigraphy and exegesis in twelfth-century Afghanistan (no.3, pp. 263-294).
    • Green, Nile/Mystical missionaries in Hyderabad State: Mu'in Allah Shah and his Sufi reform movement (no. 2, pp. 187-212).
    • Mantena, Rama Sundari/Vernacular futures: Colonial philology and the idea of history in nineteenth-century south India (no. 4, pp. 513- 534).
    • Mitchell, Lisa/Parallel languages, parallel cultures: Language as a new foundation for the reorganisation of knowledge and practice in southern India (no. 4, pp. 445-467).
    • Pandian, Anand/Securing the rural citizen: The anti-Kallar movement of 1896 (no.1, pp. 1-39).
    • Ray, Indrajit/The silk industry in Bengal during colonial rule: The 'de-industrialisation' thesis revisited (no. 3, pp. 339-375).
    • Sahai, Nandita Prasad/Artisans, the state, and the politics of wajabi in eighteenth-century Jodhpur (no.1, pp. 41-68).
    • Subrahmanyam, Sanjay/Taking stock of the Franks: South Asian views of Europeans and Europe, 1500-1800 (no. 1, pp. 69-100).
    • Venkatachalapathy, A.K./'Enna Prayocanarn?' Constructing the canon in colonial Tamilnadu (no. 4, pp. 535-553).
    • Weidman, Amanda/Can the subaltern sing? Music, language, and the politics of voice in early twentieth-century south India (no. 4, pp. 485-511).

    Review Symposium

    A Review Symposium: Literary Cultures in History by Deshpande, G.P., Francesca Orsini, Aamir R. Mufti, David Shulman, Sanjay Suhrahmanyam, A.R. Venkatachalapathy (no. 3, pp. 377-408).

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    Book Reviews
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    • Barrow, Ian J, Making History, Drawing Territory: British Mapping in c. 1756-1905, by Clive Dewey (no. 4, pp. 561-564).
    • Blackburn, Stuart, Print, Folklore, and Nationalism in Colonial South India, by A.R. Venkatachalapathy (no. 3, pp. 434-436).
    • Bose, Mandakranta, (ed.), Faces of Feminine in Ancient, Medieval, and Modern India, and Leslie, Julia and Mary McGee (eds), Invented Identities: The Interplay of Gender, Religion and Politics in India, by Kumkum Roy (no. 3, pp. 419-423).
    • Chakrabarty, Dipesh, Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Discourses and Habitations of Modernity: Essays in the Wake of Subaltern Studies, by Hari Vasudevan (no. 2, pp. 249-256).
    • Chandhoke, Neera, The Conceits of Civil Society, by Rajen Harshe (no. 2, pp. 257-259).
    • Cox, Jeffrey, Imperial Fault Lines: Christianity and Colonial Power in India, 1818-1940, by Zoe Sherinian (no. 3, pp. 417-419).
    • Doniger, Wendy, Splitting the Difference: Gender and Myth in Ancient Greece and India, by Uma Chakravarthy (no. 3, pp. 436-439).
    • Dube, Saurabh, Untouchable Pasts: Religion, Identity, and Power among a Central Indian Community. 1780-1950, by Anupama Rao (no. 1, pp. 138-141).
    • Frenz, Margret, From Contact to Conquest: Transition to British Rule in Malabar, by K.N. Ganesh (no. 4, pp. 564-566).
    • Guha, Ranajit, History at the Limit of World-History, by Denys Leighton (no. 3, pp. 433-434).
    • Gupta, Charu, Sexuality, Obscenity, Community: Women, Muslims, and the Hindu Public in Colonial India, by Sanjay Sharma (no. 1, pp. 131-134).
    • Hasan, Mushirul, (ed.), Inventing Boundaries: Gender, Politics and the Partition of India, by P.K. Datta (no. 3, pp. 425-428).
    • Kamat. Sangeeta, Development Hegemony-NGOs and the State in India, by Nivedita Menon (no. 2, pp. 259-261).
    • Kaul, Chandrika, Reporting the Raj: The British Press and India, c. 1880-1922, by G. Balachandran (no. 4, pp. 555-558).
    • Khan, lqtidar Alam, Gunpowder and Firearms: Warfare in Medieval India, by Jos Gommans (no. 3, pp. 439-442).
    • Pandey, Gyanendra, Remembering Partition: Violence, Nationalism and History in India, by Anindita Mukhopadhyay (no. 1, pp, 134-138).
    • Pandey, Gyanendra and Peter Gescheire (eds). The Forging of Nationhood, by V. Geetha (no. 3, pp. 412-414).
    • Peabody, Norbert, Hindu Kingship and Polity in Precolonial India (Cambridge Studies in Indian History and Society 9), by J.C. Heesterman (no. 3, pp. 428-432).
    • Schnepel, Burkhard, The Jungle Kings: Ethnohistorical Aspects of Politics and Ritual in Orissa, by Mridu Rai (no. 3, pp. 409-412).
    • Shekhar, Indira Chandra and Peter C. Seel, (eds), Body. City: Siting Contemporary Culture in India, by Yasmeen Arif (no. 4, pp. 558-561).
    • Siddiqui, koidar Husain, Medieval India: Essays in Intellectual Thought and Culture, Volume I., by Sunil Sharma (no. 3,415-416).
    • Wani, Muhammad Ashraf, Islam in Kashmir (Fourteenth to Sixteenth Century, and Kaw. Mushtaq, A., The Agrarian System of Kashmir (1586-1819), by R.L. Hangloo (no. 3, pp. 423-425).

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