The Indian Economic
and Social History Review

Volume XXXVII Number 3 July-September 2000
CONTENTS

VEENA NAREGAL / Language and power in pre-colonial western India:Textual hierarchies, literate audiences and colonial philology, p. 259

MARCIA J. FROST / Coping with scarcity: Wild foods and common lands: Kheda district (Gujarat, India), 1824/5, p. 295

DEEPKANTA LAHIRI CHOUDHURY / 'Beyond the reach of monkeys and men'? O'Shaughnessy and the telegraph in India c. 1836-56, p. 331

    Book Reviews
  • Matthew H. Edney, Mapping an Empire: The Geographical Construction of British India, 1765-1843, by Kapil Raj, p. 361
  • Vasant Saberwal, Pastoral Politics: Shepherds, Bureaucrats and Conservation in the Western Himalaya, by Chetan Singh, p. 364
  • Robert Deliege, The Untouchables of India, by Vijay Prashad, p. 366
  • E.R. Hambye, History of Christianity, Volume III, Eighteenth Century, by Suguna Ramanathan, p. 368
  • Chetan Singly Natural Premises: Ecology and Peasant Life in the Western Himalaya, 1800-1950, by Nandini Sundar, p. 371
  • Tessa J. Bartholomeusz, Women under the Bo Tree: Buddhist Nuns in Sri Lanka, by Richard H. Davis, p. 372
  • G. Balachandran, The Reserve Bank of India, 1951-1967, by Nasir Tyabji, p. 374
  • Howard L. Turner, Science in Medieval Islam: An Illustrated Introduction, by Iqbal G. Khan, p. 377
  • Gauri Viswanathan, Outside the Fold: Conversion, Modernity and Belief, by Sasheej Hegde, p. 378
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