Corpus ID: 55873279
Quarantined histories: Sindh and the question of historiography in colonial India- Part I
Published 1 August 2017
History Compass. 2017;15:e12403. https://doi.org/10.1111/hic3.12403 wileyo Abstract This essay examines histories of colonial British India and the annexation of Sindh in 1843 from two perspectives…
This article focuses on the Chouf-born poet, lawyer and translator Wadiʿ al-Bustani (1888–1954), who called himself a “Lebanese Palestinian,” as he moves from Beirut, to Cairo, Hudaydah, Bombay,…
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General Editor's Foreword ... viii A Note on the Spelling of Sindh ... xi Cast of Characters and Glossary ... xii Illustrations ... xvi Acknowledgements ... xxiv Introduction ... 1 1 Merchants and…
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