With the steady growth of interest in the history of India under the British, interpretations have emerged, and they may sharply alter much of our thinking about Indian nationalism and British Imperialism. Some of these historical revisions, and the conclusions which may flow from them, are illustrated by the essays in this book. All of them grapple with questions of Indian political organization in different parts of the British Raj. They enquire how these organizations worked at different level; in the towns and in the countryside, in the provinces and in the subcontinent itself. They examine how these kinds of politics came to be bonded together into what were called 'nationalist' movements. They suggest that the interplay between these movements and British Imperialism was very much more ambiguous than has been commonly supposed. All these essays are preliminary announcements of findings which will later appear in longer versions.Essays on Indian Politics 1870 to 1940 John Gallagher, Gordon Johnson, Anil Seal ... with religion and status to spring up was made clear by the great cow- protection movement that disturbed northern India between 1882 and 1894. Here , theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Locality, Province and Nation|
|Author||:||John Gallagher, Gordon Johnson, Anil Seal|
|Publisher||:||CUP Archive - 1973-07-26|