International Journal of South Asian Studies
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Vol. 8 (2016)
Re-evaluating the Land Reforms in West Bengal
A Fragment of Baṙu Caṇḍīdāsa’s Śrīkr̥ṣṇakīrtan Newly Discovered in Kathmandu
Reconfiguring Boundaries and Gender Relations in the Religious Sphere: The Women in an Alternative Group of Tablighi Jamaat in Bangladesh
Persistence and Change in Occupational Groups among Muslims in Rural Bangladesh: A Case Study of Sanaidar Jati in Tangail District
Discursive Formation of Peace Practice: Chittagong Hill Tracts Peace Accord and Village Society of Bangladesh
Ranjan Saha Partha
The Contemporary Fertility Transition in India
K.S. James and Annie George
Vol. 7 (2015)
India as a Unique ‘State-Nation’
Pollution, Ontological Equality, or Unthinkable Series? Notes on Theorizations of South Asian Societies by Three Japanese Anthropologists
Long-term Agricultural Growth in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh from 1901/02 to 2001/02
Stories of ‘Martyrs’ in the Maha Gujarat Movement
The Emergence of a New Community Festival: The Ramdev Cult and Pilgrimage in a Rajasthan Village
Internal Structure of Qasbā (Town) in the Marāṭhā Kingdom with Special Reference to Qasbā Indāpūr in Puṇe Subha (District)
Language Change in Hindi Dialects: A Case Study of Bhojpuri, Magahi and Maithili
Miki Nishioka and Rajesh Kumar
Phantasm in Lime: The Permeating ‘Modernity’ in Manganiyar Community of Rajasthan
M. Mufakharul Islam, An Economic History of Bengal, 1757-1947
Vol. 6 (2014)
Did India Experience Rapid Population Growth in the Pre-Census Period?: A Village-level Study from South India
Changing Local Politics in Rural West Bengal, India: A Case Study of One Gram Panchayat
‘Satisfied with My Job’–What Does She Mean?: Exploring the World of Women Construction Workers in Nepal
Challenges and Prospects of Japan-India Relations in Indian Development
Beyond the Eurocentric History of Migration: An Indian Perspective
Prasannan Parthasarathi, Why Europe Grew Rich and Asia Did Not: Global Economic Divergence, 1600-1850
Osamu Kondo, The Early Modern Monarchism in Mughal India with a Bibliographical Survey
Vol. 5 (2013)
Property Rights, Social Structure and Rural Society in Comparative Perspective: Evidence from Historic South Asia
Transformation in the Indian Ocean World Slave Trade since 1500
How Should we Describe the South Asian History of Literary Culture: Dialogues with the Essays Collected in Literary Cultures in History; Reconstructions from South Asia, edited by Sheldon Pollock
A Study Group on the History of South Asian Literature
Janamejaya and Pusyamitra
Forged Salt Bills, Speculation, and the Money Marketin Calcutta: The Economy of Bengalin Colonial Transition, c.1790-1840
Ethnic Conflict and Violence Against Internally Displaced Persons: A Case Study of the Bodoland Movement and Ethnic Clashes
Changes in Gender Disparity in India: Evidence from National Family Health Survey
Noboru Karashima, South Indian Society in Transition: Ancient to Medieval
Iwao Shima, Teiji Sakata, and KatsuyukiIda (eds.), The Historical Background of the Bhakti Movement in India: Theory and Practice
John Stratton Hawley
Tanvir Anjum, Chishtī Sufis in the Sultanate of Delhi 1190-1400: From Restrained Indifference to Calculated Defiance
Abhijit Dasgupta, Masahiko Togawa, and Abul Barkat (eds.), Minorities and the State: Changing Social and Political Landscape of Bengal
Narayan Lakshman, Patrons of the Poor: Caste Politics and Policymaking in India
Stephen P. Cohen and Sunil Dasgupta, Arming without Aiming: India’s Military Modernization
Yogesh Raj, History as Mindscapes: A Memory of the Peasants’ Movement of Nepal
David N. Gellner
Vol. 4 (2011)
Introduction to the Debates: Studies of Colonial Industrialization
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Colonial ‘Industrialization’: The Indian Experience in the Twentieth Century
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Colonial Economy under Japanese Imperialism: Comparison with the Case of India
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Secularism as ‘Purification’ of Hinduism’: Religious Reforms in Twentieth- Century Madras Presidency
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Pakistani Labour Diasporas and Remittances: With Special Reference to Emigration to the United States
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Economic Activities of Indian Business Groups in Thailand
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Navnita Chadha Behera, Demystifying Kashmir
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Vol. 3 (2010)
Colonialism and Industrialization in India 1870-1940
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Democracy and Political Conflict in Pakistan
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The Consumption of Food as a Practice of Fire-oblation in Esoteric Buddhism in Medieval India
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Forgotten Purity: Aswinikumar Datta’s Bhaktiyoga and Karmayoga
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Development of Labour Management System of Industrial Enterprise in Colonial India: A Case Study of Tata Iron and Steel Company
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Growth and Employment in India: The Impact of Globalization on Employment in
Indian Manufacturing Industries
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Curing Cholera: Pathogens, Places and Poverty in South Asia
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Dipak Bhattacharya, The Paippalada-Samhita of the Atharvaveda: Critically Edited from Palm-leaf Manuscripts in the Oriya Script Discovered by Durgamohan Bhattacharyya and One Sarada Manuscript. Vol.1: Consisting of the First Fifteen Kandas, Vol.2: Consisting of the Sixteenth Kanda
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Vol. 2 (2009)
Democracy and its Limits in South Asia
Paul R. Brass
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Padikaval Tax and Local Chiefs under Chola and Pandyan Rule in Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
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Patronage and Literature in Colonial Gujarat
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Sounds of Difference：A Study on Urdu Orthography in the beginning of
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World Apart：Peasants in Japan and Agricultural Laborers in Bangladesh
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Om Prakash, Bullion for Goods：European and Indian Merchants and Indian Ocean Trade 1500-1800
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H.V. Bowen, The Business of Empire：The East India Company and Imperial Britain, 1756-1833
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Masahiko Togawa, An Abode of the Goddess：Kingship, Caste, and Sacrificial Organization in a Bengal Village
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Vol. 1 (2008)
The Emergence of Medieval State and Social Formation in South India
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Indian History from Medieval to Modern Periods: An Alternative to the Land-System-Centred Perspective
H. Kotani, M. Mita and T. Mizushima
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Justification for and Classification of the Post-initiatory Carya in Later Indian Tantric Buddhism
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Marrying Within: A Case from a Tamil Fishing Village in Sri Lanka
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Institutionalization of ‘Public Sphere’ under Dependent Rural Development at Grass-Roots Level: Panchayati Raj in Eastern Uttar Pradesh
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Race and Malaria in the Geographies and Ethonographies of the Himalayas: A New Perspective from Recent Epidemiological Studies
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Rajat Kanta Ray, The Felt Community: Commonality and Mentality before the Emergence of Indian Nationalism
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Christophe Jaffrelot, India’s Silent Revolution: The Rise of the Low Castes in North Indian Politics
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Lambert Schmithausen, On the Problem of the External World in the Ch’eng wei shih lun
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- Aghion, Philippe, Robin Burgess, Stephen Redding and Fabrizio Zilibotti, 2007, ‘The Unequal Effects of Liberalization’, Working Paper, London School of Economics (http://econ.lse.ac.uk/staff/rburgess/wp/abrz.pdf, accessed on 15 June 2013).
- Jha, D.N., 1989, ‘Early Indian Feudal Formation’, Journal of the Japanese Association for South Asian Studies, no. 1, pp. 1-21.
- Lundberg, Shelly J., Robert A. Pollak and Terrence J. Wales, 1997, ‘Do Husbands and Wives Pool Their Resources? Evidence from the United Kingdom Child Benefit’, Journal of Human Resources, vol. 32, issue 3, pp. 463-80.
- Prabhakara, M.S., 2003, ‘Territories of Fear’, Frontline, vol. 20, issue 24 (22 November), (http://www.frontline.in/navigation/?type=static&page=flonnet&rdurl=fl2024/stories/20031205003103900.htm, accessed on 15 June 2013).
- Sen, Amartya, 1998, ‘On Interpreting India’s Past’, in Sugata Bose and Ayesha Jalal (eds.), Nationalism, Democracy and Development: State and Politics in India, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 10-35.
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- Yanagisawa, Haruka, 2001, ‘Eiinkankei to Indokogyoka no ichisokumen’ (Anglo-India Economic Relations and Indian Industrialisation in the 1930s), in Shigeru Akita and Naoto Kagotani (eds.), 1930nendai no Ajia kokusai chitsujo (International Order of Asia in the 1930s), Hiroshima: Keisui-Sha, pp. 237-59, (in Japanese).