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by Harald Fischer-Tiné,Michael Mann

  • Author: Harald Fischer-Tiné,Michael Mann
  • ISBN: 1843310929
  • ISBN13: 978-1843310921
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Anthem Press; First Edition, First ed. edition (March 1, 2004)
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London: Anthem Press, 2004. Culture, Ideology, Hegemony: Intellectuals and Social Consciousness in Colonial India. London: Anthem Press, 2001. Second reprint, x + 212 pp.

London: Anthem Press, 2004. Article in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 67(03):402 - 403 · October 2004 with 20 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.

Volume 67 Issue 3. HARALD FISCHER-TINÉ and MICHAEL. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. HARALD FISCHER-TINÉ and MICHAEL MANN (eds): Colonialism as Civilizing Mission: Cultural Ideology in British India. vi, 360 pp. London: Anthem Press, 2004.

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Colonialism as Civilizing Mission' explores British colonial ideology at work in South Asia. Ranging from studies on sport and national education, to pulp fiction to infanticide, to psychiatric therapy and religion, these essays on the various forms, expressions and consequences of the British 'civilizing mission' in South Asia shed light on a topic that even today continues to be an important factor in South Asian politics. Lunatic Asylums, Psychiatric Practice and Fantasies of 'the Civilizing Mission' in British India 1858-1900; 9. The Sympathizing Hear and the Healing Hand: Smallpox Prevention and Medical Benevolences in Early Colonial South India; 10.

Colonialism as Civilizing Mission: Cultural Ideology in British India. First ed. Anthem South Asian Studies. Citation Dimeo P (2004) Sport and the 'civilizing mission' in India. In: Fischer-Tine H & Mann M (ed. Colonialism as Civilizing Mission: Cultural Ideology in British India. London, UK: Anthem Press, pp. 165-178.

In Civilising Mission in Colonial and Postcolonial South Asia.

London: Anthem Press. Ministère du commerce, de l’industrie et des colonies, Exposition universelle international de 1889, Direction générale de l’exploitation. In Civilising Mission in Colonial and Postcolonial South Asia. London, New York, New Delhi: Anthem Press. Werner, Michael, and Bénédicte Zimmermann.

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Colonialism as Civilizing Mission explores British colonial ideology at work in South Asia. London: Anthem Press Pp. 1–28. Mitchell M. Marion (1931) Emile Durkheim and the Philosophy of Nationalism. Political Science Quarterly 46(1): 87–106. Original in Chinese). Wu Xuanren (e. (1999) Collection and Studies of Hong Kong Literary Societies Movement in the 1960s and 1970s. Hong Kong: Provisional Urban Council Public Libraries.

6 See for instance, Ravi Ahuja, The Bridge Builders: Some Notes on Railways, Pilgrimage and the British Civilizing Mission in Colonial India, in Harald Fischer-Tin and Michael Mann, eds, Colonialism as Civilizing Mission: Cultural Ideology in British India (London, 2003), 956. For its exclusive application on railways see Ian J. Kerr, Representation and Representations of the Railways of Colonial and Post-Colonial South Asia, MAS 37, no. 2 (2003). The second important foreground issue of this book challenges this easy association by questioning the often misleading rigidity of railway studies in the South Asian case.

Ranging from studies on sport and national education and pulp fiction to infanticide, psychiatric therapy and religion, these essays on the various forms, expressions and consequences of the British 'civilizing mission' in South Asia shed light on a topic that even today continues to be an important factor in South Asian politics.

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