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History, culture and the Indian city / essays by Rajnarayan Chandavarkar.

By: Chandavarkar, Rajnarayan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : Cambridge University Press, 2009Description: xi, 270 p. : 24 cm.ISBN: 9780521767477.Subject(s): India -- History | India -- Social conditions | Bombay (India) -- History | Bombay (India) -- Social conditions | Mumbai (India) -- Social conditionsDDC classification: 954 CHA Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Introduction /​ Jennifer Davis Bombay's perennial modernities Sewers Peasants and proletarians in Bombay city in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries State and society in colonial India Religion and nationalism in India From neighbourhood to nation: the rise and fall of the Left in Bombay's Girangaon in the twentieth century Historians and the nation Urban history and urban anthropology in South Asia Aspects of the historiography of labour in India Postscript /​ David Washbrook Bibliography of the published works of Rajnarayan Chandavarkar.
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"Bibliography of the published works of Rajnarayan Chandavarkar" (p. 260-262).
Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction /​ Jennifer Davis
Bombay's perennial modernities
Sewers
Peasants and proletarians in Bombay city in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
State and society in colonial India
Religion and nationalism in India
From neighbourhood to nation: the rise and fall of the Left in Bombay's Girangaon in the twentieth century
Historians and the nation
Urban history and urban anthropology in South Asia
Aspects of the historiography of labour in India
Postscript /​ David Washbrook
Bibliography of the published works of Rajnarayan Chandavarkar.

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