Notes
Introduction
1. B. Anderson, Imagined Communities, 121–22.
2. Ballantyne, Orientalism and Race, 1–17.
3. M. Goswami, Producing India, 9.
4. See Davis, Late Victorian Holocausts.
5. See Habermas, The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere.
6. Eley, ‘‘Nations, Publics and Political Cultures’’; Meehan, ed., Feminists
Read Habermas.
7. Orsini, The Hindi Public Sphere, 3–16.
8. S. Joshi, Fractured Modernity, 1–31.
9. S. Sarkar, Writing Social History, 92.
10. See R. Guha, A Rule of Property for Bengal.
11. R. Guha, Dominance without Hegemony, 30–56.
12. Robb, Liberalism, Modernity, and the Nation, 133.
13. Arnold, ‘‘Agriculture and ‘Improvement’ in Early Colonial India.’’
14. See Drayton, Nature’s Government.
15. See R. Das Gupta, Labour and Working Class in Eastern India; Behal
and Mohapatra, ‘‘ ‘Tea and Money versus Human Life’ ’’; Samita Sen,
‘‘Questions of Consent.’’
16. Metcalf, Ideologies of the Raj, 28.
17. S. Sarkar, Writing Social History, 22.
18. M. Goswami, Producing India, 5.
19. Datta, Carving Blocs, 64–102.
Chapter 1. Nature’s Jungle, Empire’s Garden
1. Barpujari, ed., The American Missionaries and North-East India, 7.
2. Bray, The Rice Economies, i.
3. Eaton, The Rise of Islam and the Bengal Frontier, 3–21.
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