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British policy and the evolution of the vernacular press in India, 1835-1878
Merrill Tilghman Boyce
|Statement||Merrill Tilghman Boyce.|
|LC Classifications||PN4748.I6 B69 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 212 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||88901540|
Eduard Kardelj I. Unpublished thesis? The Society used to publish books for use in schools in major languages of the Presidency viz. In particular they hoped to break the stranglehold of Brahmans on government-backed education. Rao, Hanumantha C. In an initial phase we have the selection, from among the dialects spoken over a particular area, of one dialect for privileged use in the political and economic sphere.
Such a process was facilitated by particular commodities, although ones rarely analysed as such, namely printed matter such as books and periodicals, which were purveyed through the trade networks of empires in growing numbers. This is not to argue for the abandonment of analyses of difference, particularly in regard to settler colonies. Calcutta: Amitava-Kalyan Publishers, Jami Calcutta, Narrative of the literary life of Charles Philip Brown.
Contrary to the impression which may be given by Figure 2, the different varieties which make up a language are not in reality discrete circumscribed entities; they merge the one into the other to form continua. Eisenstein Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press,pp. The first difficulty was that the colonies were engaged in undertaking their own social hygiene projects, and while these often intersected with imperial projects — or, in the case of the regulation of the obscene, were in many ways derived from them — their genealogies were often decidedly distinct. Why should this be so? Calcutta: …………………………. XIII, No.
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Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages, Nellore, Patrikalu. Reminiscences of working for the Indian Banch of Oxford University Press on Ansari Road in Delhi, once the hub of English-language publishng in India, and of the changes in publishing and bookselling over the last thirty years, not least the greater involvement of women.
Sen ed. Making a difference: feminist publishing in the South. The argument that ethnoconfessional nationalism in the Balkans is a British policy and the evolution of the vernacular press in India and chronic phenomenon has an important implication for political science insofar as it supports the view that for the purposes of most political analysis ethnic groups can indeed be considered unitary political actors, even across generations.
Contains only one reference to South Asia p. Moreover, it also increases the predictive capacity of our theoretical understandings of such problems. For although regarded as universal, the concepts of civility and moral purity that sustained such regimes were in fact highly malleable and subject to constant critique, appropriation and subversion.
As the authors note pp. Obviously, in periods in which great empires were the structural norm in the international system it would have been difficult for people to struggle for smaller, ethnically homogenous, self-governing entities.
Mehrotra, S. The modern world has become inconceivable and unintelligible without nations and nationalism. A few Balkan examples—one religious, one social and political, one educational, and one economic—illustrate this point.
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Lastly, in illustrating not only the tensions and insecurities of imperial power, but the emergence of new forms of resistance to it, Purifying Empire reveals the importance of culture as a factor in 1835-1878 book empires — often decades before their political and military collapse — while at the same time demonstrating why aspects of imperial cultures such as languages, literatures and knowledge systems, as well as moral and bodily norms, were embraced by colonized peoples around the world even in the face of, and often in conjunction with, their rejection of the political, military and economic aspects of imperialism.
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