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MODERN ASIAN STUDIES, VOLUME 50 – ISSUE 02, 2016

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Heathen aboriginals’, ‘Christian tribes’, and ‘animistic races’: Missionary narratives on the Oraons of Chhotanagpur in colonial India by SANGEETA DASGUPTA
Licence to Kill: The Murderous Outrages Act and the rule of law in colonial India, 1867–1925 by MARK CONDOS
Khadi Curtains and Swadeshi Bed Covers: Textiles and the changing possibilities of home in western India, 1900–1960 by ABIGAIL McGOWAN
Rule-of-law Lineages in Colonial and Early Post-colonial Burma by NICK CHEESMAN
The Masculinities of Post-colonial Governance: Bureaucratic memoirs of the Indian Civil Service by INDERPAL GREWAL
The Street Leaders of Seoul and the Foundations of the South Korean Political Order by ERIK MOBRAND
Institutionalizing Informality: The hawkers’ question in post-colonial Calcutta by RITAJYOTI BANDYOPADHYAY
Narrating Brunei: Travelling histories of Brunei Indians by SRIDEVI MENON
URL: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayIssue?jid=ASS&volumeId=50&seriesId=0&issueId=02

Courtesy: Cambridge journals

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