TOC, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, Vol. 39, no. 1 (March 2016)

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Area Studies, South Asian History / Studies, Anthropology, Literature

TOC, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies Vol. 39, no. 1 (March 2016)


Bahinabai and the Devoted Wife: To Affirm is to Question, by Jayinta Sinha

Becoming Trans/Nationally Mobile: The Conflation of Internal and International Migration in the Trajectories of Indian Student-Migrants
in Australia and Beyond, by Michiel Baas

Premchand’s Prose of Counter-Insurgency in Colonial North India, by Shailendra Kumar Singh

The Sinhalese Diaspora: New Directions in Sri Lankan Diasporic Writing, by Lisa Lau

SPECIAL SECTION: Provisionality and Indeterminacy in South Asian Cities
GUEST EDITORS: Lotte Hoek and Ajay Gandhi

Provisional Relations, Indeterminate Conditions: Non-Sociological Sociality in South Asia, by Lotte Hoek and Ajay Gandhi

Urban Wallpaper: Film Posters, City Walls and the Cinematic Public in South Asia, by Lotte Hoek

The Political Technologies of Caste: Manufacturing a Caste Certificate in a Mumbai Slum, by Pradeep Shinde

Relationships of Chance: Friendships in a Gambling Setting of Urban India, by Stine Simonsen Puri

The Hermeneutics of the Bazaar: Sincerity’s Elusiveness in Delhi, by Ajay Gandhi

Making Mumbai’s Emerging Art World through Makeshift Practices, by Olga Sooudi

Making Colombo Intimate, by Mihirini Sirisena

SPECIAL SECTION: Soundings and Echoes
GUEST EDITORS: Dipesh Chakrabarty, Robin Jeffrey, Stephen Henningham
Soundings and Echoes: Introduction, by Dipesh Chakrabarty, Stephen Henningham and Robin Jeffrey
Interview with Professor D.A. Low, by Dipesh Chakrabarty
At Sussex with Anthony Low, 1970–1971, by David Hardiman
The Frustration of the Bhadralok: Pre-Independence Politics in Bengal, by John Broomfield
Research Fields and Scholarly Goats, by Robin Jeffrey
Removing Barriers between Regions, Disciplines and Viewpoints: Learning from Anthony Low, by James Manor
Aspects of the History of South Asian History in Australia: Rise, Decline and Diversification, by Stephen Henningham
A Lifelong Mentor: My Debt to Professor Anthony Low, by Imran Ali
A Girmitiya ‘Sepoy’, by Brij Lal
A ‘Field’ to Work In: Finding Labour History in Calcutta and Canberra, by Dipesh Chakrabarty
Australia, South Asia and the Commonwealth—from Cambridge to Geelong, by David Lowe
Mercantile Communities, Business and State in Twentieth-Century India: State of the Field, by Medha Kudaisya
The ‘Regional’ Turn in the Writing of Modern Indian History: Some Notes on the State of the Field, by Gyanesh Kudaisya

OBITUARY: Mario Rutten (1958–2015), by Timothy J. Scrase


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Vivien Seyler, SASA/MAI, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

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