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The eastward expansion of the Shansabanid sultanate of Ghur in the late twelfth century has usually been depicted as a confrontation between a unitary Muslim self and its Hindu ‘other’. The reification of heterogeneous and protean categories of belief implicit in this paradigm is particularly...
This article reconsiders the policies applied by the colonial state with regard to European ‘loafers’ or vagrants in colonial India, thereby raising a number of questions about the relationship between the categories of ‘race’ and ‘class’ in colonial settings. It starts with a...
This article examines two hypotheses on Bengal's silk industry during the colonial period: (a) whether the industry declined during the first half of the nineteenth century, and (b) whether the discriminatory colonial policies caused its decay. Discussing the East India Company's involvement in...
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