Commodities and culture in the colonial world / Ed. by Supriya Chaudhuri, Josephine McDonagh, Brian H. Murray and Rajeswari Sunder Rajan.Series: Intersections : colonial and postcolonial historiesPublisher: London: Routledge, 2018Description: x, 228 pISBN: 9781138214736Subject(s): Imperialism | Imperialism | Imperialism in literature | International tradeDDC classification: 306.340 917 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references (pages -213) and index.
Mughal on my lapel : miniatures, mughalerie, and the souvenir market in Delhi, 1827-1880 / Yutika Sharma -- Plates and bangles : early recorded music in India / Amlan Das Gupta -- The overland mail : moving panoramas and the imagining of trade and communication networks / John Plunkett -- Exhibiting India : colonial subjects, imperial objects, and the lives of commodities / Supriya Chaudhuri -- The composition and decomposition of commodities : the colonial careers of coal and ivory / Stephen Muecke -- Profaning water : the sacred and its others / Rajeswari Sunder Rajan -- Settling the land : the village and the threat of capital in the novel in Goa / Rochelle Pinto -- (Re)moving bodies : people, ships and other commodities in the coolie trade from Calcutta / Nilanjana Deb -- Anxiety, affect and authenticity : the commodification of nineteenth-century emigrants' letters / Fariha Shaikh -- Towards a genealogy of the village in the nineteenth-century British colonial world : Mary Russell Mitford and Henry Sumner Maine / Josephine McDonagh -- Indigo and print : the strange case of the "indigo-planting mirror" / Abhijit Gupta -- Al Jabr W'al Muqabila, H.S. Hall, MacMillan and the coming together of things far apart / Rimi B. Chatterjee -- Ulysses in "darkest Africa" : transporting tennyson with H.M. Stanley and Edwin Arnold / Brian H. Murray -- The traffic in representations : the case of Kipling's Kim / Isobel Armstrong.