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Mutiny at the Margins: New Perspectives on the Indian Uprising of 1857: Volume I: Anticipations and Experiences in the Locality

by Crispin Bates SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Pub Date:
02/2013
ISBN:
9788132109709
Format:
Hbk 274 pages
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AU$117.00 NZ$119.13
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The Mutiny at the Margins series takes a fresh look at the Revolt of 1857 from a variety of original and unusual perspectives, focusing in particular on neglected socially marginal groups and geographic areas which have hitherto tended to be unrepresented in studies of this cataclysmic event in British imperial and Indian historiography. Anticipations and Experiences in the Locality (Volume 1) centres on unrest and disorder in the long history of resistance to colonial rule (the belli Britannica) prior to 1857, and the impact of the revolt itself in diverse localities within India.

Preface
Introduction - Crispin Bates
Bandits, Bureaucrats and Bahadur Shah Zafar: Articulating Sovereignty and Seeing the Modern State Effect in the Margins of Colonial India, c. 1757-1858 - Tom Lloyd
Rumours of the Company`s Collapse: The Mood of Dasahra 1824 in the Punjab and Hindustan - Dirk H A Kolff
The Hazards of Interference': British fears of Rebellion and Sati as a Potential Site of Conflict, 1829-1857 - Andrea Major
Prostituting the Mutiny: Sex-Slavery and Crime in the Making of 1857 - William R Pinch
The Roots of Peasant Turbulence: Tenure Structures and 1857 - Amaresh Misra
The Police in Delhi in 1857 - Mahmood Farooqui
Reflections of 1857 in Contemporary Urdu Literature - Rakshanda Jalil
Contextualising Truth: Deconstructing the Poet Khazan Singh's Account of the War of Delhi, 1857 - Chhanda Chatterjee
Situating the Role of Religion in the Rebellion: The Case of the Prayagwals in the Allahabad Uprising - Kama Maclean
The Mutiny in Western India: The 'Marginal' as Regional Dynamic - Veena Naregal
What Constitutes a Margin or Margins? The Politics of Perception and the Representation of Power: The Insurrection of 1857 in Kolhan - Gautam Bhadra
The War of Independence 1857, and Swat - Sultan-I-Rome
Spatial Memorialising of War in 1857: Memories, Traces and Silences in Ethnography - Carol E Henderson
Index

In the seven volumes of this series, the writings systematically investigate various aspects of the uprising. Along with the traditional sources, the writers have also taken into account all that had remained undiscovered or ignored so far and hellip;. Indeed, this series is and ldquo;most comprehensive collection to date of historical writings on the Indian Uprising of 1857. and rdquo; Since it also reinterprets and re-imagines the various events, it becomes invaluable to historians and research scholars as well as all those interested in understanding the events leading to the 1857. The Financial World
Crispin Bates is Reader in Modern South Asian History in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology and Director of the Centre for South Asian Studies at the University of Edinburgh. His publications include Subalterns and Raj: South Asia since 1600 (2007); Beyond Representation: Constructions of Identity in Colonial and Postcolonial India (2005); and (with Subho Basu) Rethinking Indian Political Institutions (2005). Between 2006 and 2008 he was the Principal Investigator in a major AHRC-funded research project concerning the Indian Uprising, based at the University of Edinburgh.