The Indian Economic
and Social History Review

Volume XXXVII Number 4 October-December 2000
CONTENTS

PHILIP CONSTABLE / Sitting On the school verandah: The ideology and practice of 'untouchable' educational protest in late nineteenth century western India, p. 383

PRATHAMA BANERIGE / Debt, time and extravagance: Money and the making of 'primitives' in colonial Bengal, p. 423

RANABIR SAMADDAR / Leaders and publics: Stories in the time of transition, p. 447

    Book Reviews
  • A.R. Vasavi, Harbingers of Ram: Land and Life in South India, by Baruka Yanagisawa, p. 479
  • Neera Chandhoke, Beyond Secularism: The Rights of Religious Minorities, by Jawed Alam, p. 481
  • Paut Erik Bank, Plantation, Production and Political Power: Plantation Development in South-west India in a Long Term Historical Perspective, 1743-1963, by V.J. Varghese, p. 484
  • M. Mufakhaml Islam, Irrigation, Agriculture and the Raj: Punjab, 1887-1947, by David Gilmartin, p. 486
  • S. Irfan Habib and Diane Raina, eds, Situating the History ofScience: Dialogues with Joseph Needham, by Nasir Tyabji, p. 488
  • Meena Bhargava, State, Society and Ecology: Gorakhpur in Transition, /750-1830, by Tirthankar Roy, p. 490
  • Arthur Kleinman, Veena Dos and Margaret Lock, eds, Social Suffering, by Suvir Kind, p. 491
  • Geoffrey Oddie, Missionaries, Rebellion and Proto- Nationalism: James Long of Bengal, 1814-1887, by Prabhu Guptara, p. 494
Index to Volume XXXVII, p. 497

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