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MODERN ASIAN STUDIES, VOLUME 50 – ISSUE 03, 2016

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Crafting Colonial Anxieties: Silk and the Salvation Army in British India, circa 1900–1920 by JAGJEET LALLY
‘The World Rests on the Back of a Tortoise’: Science and mythology in Indian history by and JOYDEEP SENPRATIK CHAKRABARTI
Divine Sovereignty, Indian Property Law, and the Dispute over the Padmanabhaswamy Temple by DEEPA DAS ACEVEDO
Widows, Family, Community, and the Formation of Anglo-Hindu Law in Eighteenth-Century India by ROCHISHA NARAYAN
Agrarian Localities: Political economy as local power in early nineteenth-century British India by UPAL CHAKRABARTI
New Spirituality, Politics of Self-empowerment, Citizenship, and Democracy in Contemporary India by NANDINI GOOPTU
‘Self-Help which Ennobles a Nation’: Development, citizenship, and the obligations of eating in India’s austerity years by BENJAMIN SIEGEL
Show or Tell? Instruction and Representation in Govardhanram’s Saraswatichandra by MEERA ASHAR
Feng Youlan and Dialectical/Historical Materialism, 1930s–1950s by XIAOQING DIANA LIN
Deodorizing China: Odour, ordure, and colonial (dis)order in Shanghai, 1840s–1940s by XUELEI HUANG

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