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British Historiography of South Asia : Aspects of Early Imperial Patterns And Perception

British Historiography of South Asia : Aspects of Early Imperial Patterns And Perception
Year: 2016
Price: USD 25.00
      

ISBN : 9789694151120

Author : Muhammad Shafique  

Published by National Institute of Historical And Culture Research

Year : (2016)

Contents :
Introduction,
Chapter 1 : Postmodern Discourse on the Nature of Historical Knowledge,  
Chapter 2 : British Historiography of India : A Study in The Late Eighteenth Century Shift Of Interest,
Chapter 3 :Coalescing the Romance of Antiquity, Literature, Orient and Imperial Justice : Sir William Jones and the Birth of Indology,
Chapter 4 :Empire, Law and History : The British Origin of Modern Historiography of south Asia , 
Chapter 5 :Antecedents, Precedents and Tradition : The Early Nineteenth 
Century English Historiography literature on India, 
Chapter 6 : Discourse on Christianisation of India : William Tennant's British Self-Righteousness and Future Impression,  
Chapter 7 : Contesting Criteria : Colonial British Scaling of Indo-Muslim Civilization,
Chapter 8 : Historiography and Identity : A Mid-Nineteenth Century Perspective for Postmodern South Asia , Chapter 9 : Modern Concept of Civilization : A Reassessment of its Origin, Nature and development, 
 
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