SOCIAL SCIENTIST
V.23:No.10-12 Oct-Dec 1995 #269-271
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"Literary History, Region, and Nation in South Asia: Introductory Note," Sheldon Pollock, p. 1

"Emergence of Regional Identity and Beginnings of Vernacular Literature: A Case Study of Telugu," S. Nagaraju, p. 8

"Coconut and Honey: Sanskrit and Telugu in Medieval Andhra," Velcheru Narayana Rao, p. 24

"Towards Hind Svaraj: An Interpretation of the Rise of Prose in Nineteenth-Century Gujarati Literature," Sitansu Yashaschandra, p. 41

"Constructing the Canon: Problems in Bengali Literary Historiography," Mahasweta Sengupta, p. 56

"Constructing a Literary History, a Canon, and a Theory of Poetry: Ab-e Hayat (1880) by Muhammad Azad (1830-1910)," Shamsur Rahman Faruqi, p. 70

"From Veneration to Virulence: A Case for a Women's Literary History in Malayalam," Jancy James, p. 98

"Literary History, Indian History, World History," Sheldon Pollock, p. 112


SOCIAL SCIENTIST
V.24:No. 1-3 Jan-Mar. 1996 #272-74
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"The Theory of Aryan Race and India: History and Politics," Romila Thapar, p. 3

"Unity in Diversity," M.S. Gore, p. 30

"New Economic Policy: Indian State and Bureaucracy," C.P. Bhambhri, p. 44

"Inside the Romanticist Episteme," Thomas Blom Hansen, p. 59

"The Evolution of the Perception of India: Akbar and Abu'l Fazl," M. Athar Ali, p. 80

"Discussion: Writing Indian History in the Marxist Mode in a Post -Soviet World," Amiya Kumar Bagchi, p. 89

REVIEW ARTICLE, p. 111
"Ahistorical Political Economics," Reviewed by Tamas Krausz, reviewing Janos Kornoi's book, Socialist System: the political economy of communism (1992).

  • Book Review, p. 128. ** "Child Labour," Reviewed by Susan Ram, reviewing 2 books - The child and the state in India : child labor and education policy in comparative perspective, by Myron Weiner. Oxford University Press, pp. 211, Rs. 90
    Born to Work: Child Labour in India, by Neera Burra. Oxford University Press, pp. 285, Rs. 395.

  • Book Review, p. 134 ** "Studying Colonial Medicine," Reviewed by Shamsad Khan, reviewing - Public Health in British India: Anglo-Indian Preventive Medicine, 1859-1949, by Mark Harrison. Cambridge University Press, Foundation Books, 1994, pp. 324, Rs. 395.00

  • Book Review, p. 140 ** "'Conscientisation' of Women," reviewed by Suvira Jaiswal, reviewing - The making of womanhood : gender relations in the Mahabharata, by Shalini Shah. Manohar, Delhi, 1995, pp. xii + 183, Rs. 300.00


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