Cambridge Studies in Indian History and Society is a series of monographs on the history and anthropology of modern India. In addition to its primary scholarly focus, the series includes work of an interdisciplinary nature which will contribute to contemporary social and cultural debates about Indian history and society. In this way, the series will further the general development of historical and anthropological knowledge and attract a wider readership than that concerned with India alone.
Editorial Board: C. A. Bayly, University of Cambridge; Gordon Johnson, University of Cambridge
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