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 British Ruled India

1757-1947

 

Bibliography of Books Articles and Dissertations

Concentrating on 1914-1947[1]

(See also Moore 1975)

(For Online Resources go here)

by

David Steinberg

David.Steinberg@houseofdavid.ca

Home page http://www.houseofdavid.ca/

 

All the listed books were published in London unless otherwise indicated.

 

1. General

2. Historiography

3. British in India – Cultural-Psychological Issues

4. Indian Response - Indian Nationalism

5. Indian Response - Muslims and Other Minorities

6. Issues, Aspects and Institutions of the British Raj

6.1. Economic and Social Issues

6.1.1 Science, Technology and Scientific, Technical and Vocational Education

6.2 Princely States

6.3. British Indian Administration

6.4 British Indian Army

6.5. Company Raj – British Raj

6.5.1. East India Company Rule, 1757-1858

6.5.2  Direct Crown Rule, 1858-1947

6.5.2.1.  India Office and Secretary of State; Government of India and Governor-General (Viceroy)

6.5.2.2. Constitution – General

6.5.2.2.1. Direct Crown Rule; Government of India Act 1858

6.5.2.2.2.  Token Indians added to Viceroy’s Legislative council to Voice “Native Opinion”; Indian Councils Act, 1861

6.5.2.2.3.  Post-Curzon; Minto-Morley Reforms; Introduction of Electoral Principle, Separate Muslim Constituencies, Indian on Viceroy’s Council; Minto-Morley Reforms - Government of India Act of 1909

6.5.2.2.4. Impact of World War I; Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms – Government of India Act 1919; 1917-27

6.5.2.2.5. Last Pre-Independence Constitution; Simon Commission, Round Table, Government of India Act 1935; 1927-35

6.5.2.2.6  To Partition and Independence, 1935-1947

 

1. General

Allen, C., (ed.), Plain Tales from the Raj: Images of British India in the Twentieth Century, 1975. Reviews

Arnold, David and Guha, Ramachandra, Nature, Culture, Imperialism : Essays on the Environmental History of South Asia (Studies in Social Ecology and Environmental History), Oxford University Press, USA; New Ed edition, 1997, ISBN: 0195640756

Bakshi, Shiri Ram, Studies in modern Indian history, New Delhi, Anmol Publishers., 1988.

Bayly, Chris, “RETURNING THE BRITISH TO SOUTH ASIAN HISTORY: THE LIMITS OF COLONIAL HEGEMONY”, South Asia, 1994 vol:17 iss:2 pg:1 -25. Reprinted in Origins of nationality in South Asia: patriotism and ethical government in the making of modern India, Oxford University Press, 1998.**

- Indian society and the making of the British Empire, Cambridge University Press, 1988.

Bayly, Susan, Caste, society and politics in India from the eighteenth century to the modern age, New York, Cambridge University Press, 1999. Reviews

Bhattacharya, S., A Dictionary of Indian History. New York: George Braziller, 1967.

Bhattacharya, Sabyasachi and Romila Thapar (eds), Situating Indian History: for Sarvepalli Gopal, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1986. Book Description

Brown, Judith M., Modern India : the origins of an Asian democracy, Delhi & New York, Oxford University Press, Second Edition 1994, ISBN 0198731132.* Book Description and brief summary.

Note – Review by C. A. Bayly in The English Historical Review, Vol. 103, No. 406, pp. 267-268 and Thomas R. Metcalf’s joint review of this book and Modern India, 1885-1947 by Sumit Sarkar in The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 45, No. 5. (Nov., 1986), pp. 1095-1098.

Butler, L. J., Britain and Empire: Adjusting to a Post-Imperial World, I. B. Tauris, 2002, ISBN: 186064449X. Book Description

Chakrabarty, Dipesh, Subaltern Studies and Postcolonial Historiography, Nepantia: Views from the South, Duke University Press, 2000

Chopra, P. N., A comprehensive history of modern India, New Delhi, Sterling Publishers Private Limited, 2003, ISBN: 8120725069. Book Description

Cohn, B., India: the Social Anthropology of a Civilization, Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall, 1971

-  Representing Authority in Victorian India”, in E. Hobsbawm and T. Ranger (eds.), The Invention of Tradition, Cambridge, 1983.

Copland, Ian, India 1885-1947, Longman; 1st edition, 2001, ISBN: 0582381738 Reviews.

Cross, Colin, The Fall of the British Empire, 1918-1968, London 1968.

Dirks, Nicholas B., The Scandal of Empire: India and the Creation of Imperial Britain, Belknap Press, 2006, ISBN: 0674021665. Reviews.

Dobbin, Christine, Basic Documents in the Development of Modern India and Pakistan, 1835-1947, London 1970.

Frykenberg, Robert Eric, Constructions of Hinduism at the Nexus of History and Religion”, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Vol. 23, No. 3, Religion and History. (Winter, 1993), pp. 523-550.

Guha, Ranajit (ed.), Writings on South Asian history and society, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1989.

- A Subaltern Studies Reader, 1986-1995, University of Minnesota Press, 1997, ISBN: 0816627592. Book description.

Gupta, Partha Saratha and Bhattacharya, Sabyasachi, Power, Politics and the People: Studies in British Imperialism and Indian Nationalism (Anthem South Asian Studies),   Anthem Press, 2003, ISBN: 1843310678. Book description

Judd, Denis, The Lion and the Tiger: The Rise and Fall of the British Raj, 1600-1947, Oxford University Press, USA, 2004, ISBN: 0192803581. Book description

Keay, John, India: a history, Harper Collins Publishers, 2000. Reviews.

Keswani, K. B., History of modern India (1800-1984), Bombay, Himalaya Pub. House, 1985.

Kopf, David, The Brahmo Samaj and the Shaping of the Modern Indian Mind, Princeton University Press, 1979.

Note review by McLane, John R., in Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Vol. 11, No. 4. (Spring, 1981), pp. 761-763

Kulke, Hermann and Rothermund, Dietmar, A history of India, Routledge, 1986. Book Description

Kumar, Deepak, Science and the Raj : A Study of British India, Oxford University Press, USA; 2 edition, 2006, ISBN: 0195680030. Book description

Louis, Wm. Roger and  Brown, Judith M., The Oxford History of the British Empire : Volume IV: The Twentieth Century (Oxford History of the British Empire), Oxford University Press, USA; New Ed edition, 2001, ISBN: 0199246793 Book Description

Ludden, David E. (Editor), Reading Subaltern Studies: Critical History, Contested Meaning and the Globalization of South Asia (Anthem South Asian Studies), Anthem Press, 2002, ISBN: 1843310597.

MacLeod, Roy M., “SCIENTIFIC ADVICE FOR BRITISH INDIA: IMPERIAL PERCEPTIONS AND ADMINISTRATIVE GOALS, 1898-1923”, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 9, No. 3. (1975), pp. 343-384.

Mahar, J. Michael, India, A Critical Bibliography, Tucson 1964.

Majumdar, R. C., (ed.), History and Culture of the Indian People. Pt. I, vol. 9, British Paramountcy and Indian Renaissance. Bombay, 1963.

Mehra, Parshotam. A dictionary of modern Indian history, 1707-1947. Delhi; New York: Oxford University Press, 1985.

Moore, R. J., “RECENT HISTORICAL WRITING ON THE MODERN BRITISH EMPIRE AND COMMONWEALTH: LATER IMPERIAL; INDIA” Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 4. 1 (1975), 55-76**

Morehouse, Ward, South Asia: A Bibliography for Undergraduate Libraries, Williamsport 1970.

Panikkar, Kavalam Madhava, The foundation of new India, Allen & Unwin, 1963.

Patterson, Steven H., Tin gods on wheels: Gentlemanly honor and the imperial ideal in India, The University of Memphis, 2003, AAT 3092448. Brief description.

Pochchamer, Wilhelm von, India’s Road to Nationhood, Delhi, 1981.

Rudolph, Lloyd I. and Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, The Modernity of Tradition: Political Development in India, Chicago, 1967.

Robb, Peter G, A history of India, New York, Palgrave, 2002. Book description.

Sarkar, Sumit, Modern India 1885-1947, Macmillan. 1989

Note reviews - History in the Present Tense: On Sumit Sarkar's 'Modern India' by Arvind N. Das in Social Scientist, Vol. 12, No. 10. (Oct., 1984), pp. 42-67; and, that by Thomas R. Metcalf in The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 45, No. 5. (Nov., 1986), pp. 1095-1098.

Sen, Ranjit, Understanding Indian history, Calcutta, Firma KLM, 1988.

Sen, Siba Pada, ed. Dictionary of National Biography. Calcutta , Institute of Historical Studies, 1972-74. 4 vols.

Singer, Milton, When a Great Tradition Modernizes: An Anthropological Approach to Indian Civilization, New York, 1972.

Spear, Percival, A History of India vol. 2, Penguin 1965**

van der Veer, Peter, Imperial Encounters : Religion and Modernity in India and Britain,  Princeton University Press, 2001, ISBN: 069107478X . Reviews

Viswanathan, Gauri, Masks of Conquest : Literary Study and British Rule in India (Oxford India Paperbacks), Oxford University Press, USA; New Ed edition (May 1998), ISBN: 0195646401. Reviews

Wolpert, Stanley A., A new history of India, New York & Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2004**

- India, University of California Press; Updated edition 1999, ISBN: 0520221729. Reviews

 

2. Historiography

Bayly, Chris, “RETURNING THE BRITISH TO SOUTH ASIAN HISTORY: THE LIMITS OF COLONIAL HEGEMONY”, South Asia, 1994 vol:17 iss:2 pg:1-25. Reprinted in Origins of nationality in South Asia: patriotism and ethical government in the making of modern India, Oxford University Press, 1998, pp. 276-306.**

- Bayly, Chris, “EPILOGUE: HISTORIGRAPHICAL AND AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOTE”, Origins of nationality in South Asia: patriotism and ethical government in the making of modern India, Oxford University Press, 1998, pp. 307-322.**

Chakrabarty, Dipesh, “Subaltern Studies and Postcolonial Historiography”, Nepantla: Views from South 1.1, Duke University Press, 2000. See note

Cohn, Bernard S. and Nicholas B. Dirks, “BEYOND THE FRINGE: THE NATION STATE, COLONIALISM, AND THE TECHNOLOGIES OF POWER”, Journal of Historical Sociology, vol. 1, no. 2, June 1988.

Gallagher, John, Gordon Johnson and Anil Seal (eds.), Locality, Province and Nation: Essays on Indian Politics, 1870-1940, Cambridge, 1973. Note - Eugene F Irschick wrote a major review of this important volume published in Journal of Asian Studies Vol. XXIV, No. 2, Feb. 1975 pp. 461-472**

Note review by D. A. Low in Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2. (1975), pp. 261-265; by Thomas R. Metcalf  in Pacific Affairs, Vol. 47, No. 1. (Spring, 1974), pp. 95-96.

Guha, Ranajit, Subaltern Studies VI. Writings on South Asian History and Society, OUP, Delhi, 1989

Note – review by Peter Robb in the Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 57, No. 1, In Honour of J. E. Wansbrough (1994), pp. 242-244

Inden, Ronald, “Orientalist Constructions of India”, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 20, No. 3. (1986), pp. 401-446.

Lorenzen, David N., “Who Invented Hinduism”, Comparative Studies in Society and History 1999 41(4): 630-659. ISSN: 0010-4175

Metcalf, Thomas R., review of Modern India: The Origins of an Asian Democracy by Judith M. Brown and Modern India, 1885-1947. Sumit Sarkar in The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 45, No. 5. (Nov., 1986), pp. 1095-1098.

Moore, R. J.. “RECENT HISTORICAL WRITING ON THE MODERN BRITISH EMPIRE AND COMMONWEALTH: LATER IMPERIAL INDIA”. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 1975 4(1): 55-76. ISSN: 0308-6534

Majumdar, R. C., ed., Historiography in Modern India, London 1970.

O'Hanlon, Rosalind and David Washbrook, “After Orientalism: Culture, Criticism, and Politics in the Third World”, Comparative Studies in Society and History, Vol. 34, No. 1. (Jan., 1992), pp. 141-167.

Ray, Rajat K., “POLITICAL CHANGE IN BRITISH INDIA”, Indian Economic Social History Review, vol. 14, no. 4, 1977, pp. 493-517.**

Note many references.

Schwarz, Henry, Writing cultural history in colonial and postcolonial India, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997.

Seal, Anil. “ Imperialism and Nationalism in India”, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 7, No. 3. (1973), pp. 321-347. **

 Spodek,  Howard. “PLURALIST POLITICS IN BRITISH INDIA: THE CAMBRIDGE CLUSTER OF HISTORIANS OF MODERN INDIA”, American Historical Review 1979 84(3): 688-707. ISSN: 0002-8762. See note**

Studdert-Kennedy, Gerald.  Providence and the Raj : Imperial Mission and Missionary Imperialism, Thornton/Sage, 1998, ISBN: 0761992774. Synopsis.

Note – the Introduction includes a review of the development of the historiography of the Raj as it developed through the 20th century

Tomlinson, B. R., - “WRITING HISTORY SIDEWAYS: LESSONS FOR INDIAN ECONOMIC HISTORIANS FROM MEIJI JAPAN”. Modern Asian Studies [Great Britain] 1985 19(3): 669-698. ISSN: 0026-749X. Summary conclusion.

Washbrook, David, “FROM COMPARATIVE SOCIOLOGY TO GLOBAL HISTORY: BRITAIN AND INDIA IN THE PRE-HISTORY OF MODERNITY”, Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, vol. 40, no. 4, 1997, pp. 410-443.

Winks, Robin, ed., The Historiography of the British Empire-Commonwealth Trends, Interpretations and Resources, Durham 1966.

Zacharia, Benjamin, “REWRITING COLONIAL MYTHOLOGIES: THE STRANGE CASE OF PENDEREL MOON”, South Asia, vol. 21, no. 2 (2001), pp. 53-72.

 

3. British in India – Cultural-Psychological Issues

Arnold, David. “EUROPEAN ORPHANS AND VAGRANTS IN INDIA IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY”. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History [Great Britain] 1979 7(2): 104-127.

- “WHITE COLONIZATION AND LABOUR IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY INDIA”. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History [Great Britain] 1983 11(2): 133-155.

Arora, Punita Raval, “A historiographical study of twentieth-century literature on the British women in the Raj”, M.A. thesis, Kansas State University, 1993, AAT 1354182. Brief summary.

August, Thomas G., The Selling of the Empire: British and French Imperialist Propaganda, 1890-1940 (Contributions in Comparative Colonial Studies), Greenwood Press, 1985, ISBN-10: 0313247226; ISBN-13: 978-0313247224

Ballhatchet, Kenneth. Race, Sex and Class Under the Raj: Imperial Attitudes and Policies and Their Critics, 1793-1905. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1980. Reviewed by T. R. Metcalfe, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Vol. 12, No. 4. (Spring 1982), pp. 755-757

Baron, Archie, An Indian Affair: From Riches to Raj, Sidgwick & Jackson; Illustrate edition, 2001, ISBN: 0752261606. Book description

Barr, Pat, The Memsahibs, Secker & Warburg, 1976

Barr, Pat and Ray Desmond, Simla: A Hill Station in British India, Ashgate Publishing, 1982, ISBN: 0859676595. Reviews

Bearce, George D. British Attitudes Towards India, 1784-1858, 1961, ISBN: 0313233675.

Blunt, Alison, “Travelling home and Empire: British Women in India 1857-1939”, PhD. Thesis University of British Columbia, 1997.

- “IMPERIAL GEOGRAPHIES OF HOME: BRITISH DOMESTICITY IN INDIA 1886-1925”, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, New Series , vol. 24, no. 4, 1999, pp. 421-440.

Bolt, Christine, Victorian Attitudes to Race, Routledge and K. Paul, 1971, ISBN: 071006926X

Bose, Nemai Sadhan. Racism, Struggle for Equality and Indian Nationalism. Calcutta: Firma KLM Pvt., 1981.

Note – This book deals exclusively with the Illbert episode.

Breman, Jan (Author), Piet De Rooy (Author), Ann Stoler (Author), Wim F. Wertheim (Editor), Imperial Monkey Business: Racial Supremacy in Social Darwinist Theory and Colonial Practice (Casa Monographs, No. 3), Paul & Co Pub Consortium; 3Rev Ed edition, 1991.

Bridge, Carl and Brasted, Howard. “THE BRITISH LABOUR PARTY "NABOBS" AND INDIAN REFORM, 1924-31”. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History [Great Britain] 1989 17(3): 396-412.

Bridge, Carl, and Fedorowich, Kent, eds. The British world: diaspora, culture, and identity. London; Portland, OR: F. Cass, 2003. Book Description

Brown, Hilton. The Sahibs: The life and ways of the British in India as recorded by themselves, W. Hodge, 1948, ASIN: B0006DAUFG

Buettner, Elizabeth, Empire Families : Britons and Late Imperial India, Oxford University Press, USA; New edition, 2005, ISBN: 0199287651. Book description.

Cannadine, David, The Decline and Fall of the British Aristocracy, Yale University Press, 1990. Reviews

- Ornamentalism: How the British Saw Their Empire, Allen Lane, 2001. Reviews

Chamberlain, M. E. Britain and India: The Interaction of Two Peoples. Devon, U. K.: David & Charles, 1974.

Chatterjee, Amal, Representations of India, 1740-1840: the creation of India in the colonial imagination, New York, St. Martin's Press, 1998.

Chaudhuri, Nupur. “MEMSAHIBS AND MOTHERHOOD IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY COLONIAL INDIA”. Victorian Studies 1988 31(4): 517-535.

Chowdhry, Prem.  “VILLAINS AND LOYALISTS: CONSTRUCTING COLONIAL CONCERNS IN GUNGA DIN (1939)”. Indian Historical Review [India] 2002 29(1-2): 145-197

Cohn, Bernard S., Colonialism and its Forms of Knowledge: The British in India, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1996. Book Description

- 'Representing Authority in Victorian India', in The Invention of Tradition (ed. Hobsbawm, E. and Ranger, T.), CUP, Cambridge, 1983

Cohn, Bernard S. and Chakrabarty, Dipesh, The Bernard Cohn Omnibus: An Anthropologist among the Historians and Other Essays, Colonialism and Its Forms of Knowledge, India: The Social Anthropology of a Civilization, Oxford University Press, USA, 2006, ISBN: 0195668715. Book description

Collingham, E. M., Imperial Bodies: The Physical Experience of the Raj, C.1800-1947, Polity Press, 2001, ISBN: 0745623700. Book description.

Collini, S., Public Moralists: Political Thought and Intellectual Lift in Brit 1850-1930, Oxford, 1993.

Compton, J. M., “British Government and Society in the Presidency of Bengal c.1858-c.1880: An Examination of Certain Aspects of British Attitudes, Behaviour and Policy”, D.Phil. thesis, University of Oxford, 1968.

Cornell, Louis L. Kipling in India, MacMillan, 1966

Coupland, Sir Reginald, The Goal of British Rule in India, 1948

Davies, Philip, Splendours of the Raj : British architecture in India, 1660-1947, J. Murray, 1985. ISBN: 0719541158

Dewey, C. J., Anglo-Indian Attitudes: the Mind of the Indian Civil Service, Hambledon Press, 1994. Reviews

-  'Images of the village community: a study in Anglo-Indian ideology', Modern Asian Studies, 6, 3 (1975)

Edwardes, Michael,  Bound to Exile: The Victorians in India, 1969

- The Sahibs and the Lotus: The British in India. Constable. 1988

- British India 1772-1947 A Survey of the Nature and Effects of Alien Rule, Taplinger, N.Y., 1968.

- The Last Years of British India, London 1963.

- High Noon of Empire: India under Curzon, London 1965.

Embree, Ainslie Thomas, Juergensmeyer, Mark (ed.), Imagining India: essays on Indian history, Delhi & New York, Oxford University Press, 1989, ISBN: 0195624130. Book Description

Fischer-Tine, Harald (Editor) and Mann, Michael (Editor), Colonialism As Civilizing Mission: Cultural Ideology in British India (Anthem South Asian Studies) (Hardcover), Anthem Press, 2004, ISBN: 1843310910

- “’WHITE WOMEN DEGRADING THEMSELVES TO THE LOWEST DEPTHS’: EUROPEAN NETWORKS OF PROSTITUTION AND COLONIAL ANXIETIES IN BRITISH INDIA AND CEYLON CA. 1880-1914”, Indian Economic Social History Review, 2003; 40; 163.

Fozdar, Vahid Jalil, “Constructing the 'brother': Freemasonry, empire, and nationalism in India, 1840—1925”, PhD thesis, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY, 2001. Brief summary.

Ghose, Indira (ed.), Memsahibs Abroad, Delhi, OUP, 1996. Book Description

Ghosh, S. C., The Social Condition of the British Community in Bengal,1757-1800. Leiden, 1970

Gilmour, David, The Ruling Caste: Imperial Lives in the Victorian Raj, Farrar Straus Giroux, 2005, ISBN: 0374283540. Reviews

Greenberger, Allen J. The British Image of India A Study in the Literature of Imperialism, 1880-1960, OUP, 1969.

Greenhut, Jeffrey, “Race, Sex, and War: The Impact of Race and Sex on Morale and Health Services for the Indian Corps on the Western Front, 1914”, Military Affairs, Vol. 45, No. 2. (Apr., 1981), pp. 71-74.

 Gregory, Robert G. India and East Africa: a history of race relations within the British Empire, 1890-1939, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1971.

Gupta, Partha Sarathi. Imperialism and the British labour movement, 1914-1964, Macmillan, 1975.

Hasseler, Theresa A., ‘”Myself in India; the Memsahib figure in Colonial India’, PhD dissertation, 1995 University of Washington.

Hirschman, E., White Mutiny: The Ilbert Bill Crisis in India and the Genesis of the Indian National Congress, Delhi, 1980.

Note – conclusion quoted from book p. 290.

The Anglo-Indian campaign backfired, however. Their furious attacks on Government and ‘baba' cost them more in prestige than the Bill itself ever could have. The crisis which they provoked exposed concealed weaknesses in what had appeared as a stable, well-run, durable structure. It showed that empire unable to resolve the conflicting claims of Europeans and 'Westernized' Indians. It left the three principal parties—the Government of India, nonofficial Europeans, and educated Indians—suspicious and antagonistic toward each other. This lasting rift, this poisoned atmosphere, led to the founding of the Indian National Congress two years later and the eventual end of empire. In this way the Anglo-Indians helped to bring about what they wanted least.

    The Anglo-Indians, in their self-serving mythology, often claimed that British rule was based on the sword. Actually, it was based on a subtle mixture of force and cooperation, of bluff and tact. It rested on the acquiescence, or at least the indifference, of the vast majority of Indians. They claimed that the raj was smoothly-running, stable, and benevolent, but their 'white mutiny' exposed the kinks in the machinery, the instability of abrasive group conflicts, and the mischief of the imperial relationship. The Indians eventually disposed of it.

Houghton, Walter E., The Victorian Frame of Mind, 1830-1870. New Haven, 1957

Hume, John Chandler Jr., Medicine in the Punjab, 1848-1911: ethnicity and professionalisation in the control of an occupation. , Ph.D. thesis, Duke University, 1977. Brief summary.

Hutchins, Francis G. The Illusion of Permanence: British Imperialism in India, Princeton 1967*

Hyam, Ronald. “EMPIRE AND SEXUAL OPPORTUNITY”. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 1986 14(2): 34-90.

Inden, Ronald B., Imagining India, Indiana University Press, 2001, ISBN: 0253213584, Brief reviews.

Jayawardena, K., The White Woman's Other Burden; Western Women and South Asia During British Rule, Routledge; 1 edition, 1995, ISBN: 0415911052. Reviews

Jeffery, Roger. “RECOGNIZING INDIA'S DOCTORS: THE INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF MEDICAL DEPENDENCY, 1918-1939”. Modern Asian Studies, 1979 13(2): 301-326

Kaul, Chandrika, Reporting the Raj: The British Press and India, c. 1880-1922 (Studies in Imperialism),  Manchester University Press, 2004, ISBN: 071906175X. Book description

Kincaid, Dennis C. British Social Life in India, 1608-1937, 1939.

Kobor, Kelli Michele, Orientalism, the construction of race, and the politics of identity in British India, 1800-1930. Ph.D. thesis, Duke University, 1998. Brief summary.

Kopf, D., British Orientalism and the Bengal Renaissance, 1969

Kumar, Ajit, Portrayal of the British Raj in Indo-English writings, PhD thesis, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya: Indore, 1994

Lang, Seán, “SAVING INDIA THROUGH ITS WOMEN”, History Today, vol. 55, no. 9, pp. 46-51.

Note – “(In the mid-1880s), … when her husband was of India, Lady Dufferin had set up the National Association for the Supply of Female Medical Aid to the Women of India, generally known as the Dufferin Fund. As its name suggested, the Fund, which was still operating, supplied female doctors and midwives to work in women’s hospitals in India. However, the Fund was always about more than just medicine; it played a significant political role at a highly delicate stage in the development of British rule in India. Queen Mary was fully”. Quoted from History Today site.

Lewis, Ivor, Sahibs, Nabobs and Boxwallahs, Delhi, OUP, 1997. Book description and brief review.

Lewis, Martin D., The British in India: Imperialism or Trusteeship?, Heath 1962

Lind, Mary Ann, The Compassionate Memsahibs: Welfare Activities of British Women in India, 1900-1947 (Contributions in Women's Studies), Greenwood Press, 1988. Book Description

MacMillan, Margaret, Women of the Raj, Thames & Hudson, 1988. Reviews.

Magan, J. A., The Games Ethic and Imperialism, Viking, 1986. Book description.

Mangan, J. A. (ed.), Making Imperial Mentalities: Socialisation and British Imperialism, Manchester, 1990.

Majeed, Javed, Ungoverned Imaginings: James Mill's The History of British India and Orientalism, 1992. Book Description

Mannoni, O. Prospero and Caliban: The Psychology of Colonization, Translated by P. Powesland with a foreword by Philip Mason. Publisher New York ; Washington : Praeger, 1964. Edition 2nd ed.

Marshall, P. J., East India Fortunes: The British in Bengal in the EighteenthCentury, Oxford, 1976.

-“BRITISH SOCIETY IN INDIA UNDER THE EAST INDIA COMPANY”, Modern Asian Studies, vol. 31, no. 1, Feb. 1997, pp. 89-108.

Martin, Gregory. “THE INFLUENCE OF RACIAL ATTITUDES ON BRITISH POLICY TOWARDS INDIA DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR”. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 1986 14(2): 91-113.

Mason, Philip. The Men Who Ruled India. Vol. 2, The Guardians. New York, 1954.*

-. Common Sense About Race Relations, 1961.

-. Prospero's Magic: Some Thoughts on Class and Race, 1962.

Mayo, Katherine; Mrinalini Sinha (ed.), Mother India : Selections from the Controversial 1927 Text, Edited and with an Introduction by Mrinalini Sinha, University of Michigan Press, 2000, ISBN: 0472097156. Book description

McGuire, John, The Making of a Colonial Mind: A Quantitative Study of the Bhadralok in Calcutta, 1857-1885, Australian Natl Univ Press, 1983, ISBN: 0836410505

McLain, Robert Anthony, “The body politic: Imperial masculinity, the Great War, and the struggle for the Indian self, 1914—1918”, Ph.D. thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2003, 262 pages; AAT 3086136. Brief summary.

Metcalfe, Thomas R., Ideologies of the Raj, The New Cambridge History of India 3.4, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1994* Brief reviews

Note – Important review by Robert Eric Frykenberg, The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 56, No. 1. (Feb., 1997), pp. 237-238.

- An Imperial Vision: Indian Architecture and Britain's Raj, Oxford University Press, 2002, ISBN: 0195656024. Reviews

Mitter, Partha, “CARTOONS OF THE RAJ”, History Today, September 1997.

Mukherjee, S.N., Sir William Jones, A Study in Eighteenth Century British Attitudes to India, Cambridge, 1968

Nandy, Ashis, The Intimate Enemy: Loss and Recovery of Self Under Colonialism, Oxford University Press, USA; Reprint edition, 1989, ISBN: 0195622375. Brief review.

O'Neil, Patrick Michael, “Winston S. Churchill's philosophy of empire: The mind of the imperialist”, Ph.D., State University of New York at Binghamton, 1993, 270 pages; AAT 9402965

Note

“This study sees Churchill's imperial philosophy not as racist, but rather as culturalist: It placed no arbitrary limits upon the self-government of the various peoples within the empire other than those limits imposed by the economic, cultural, and political development of specific peoples at given times. For Churchill, empires were primarily a means of stabilizing international relations, creating zones of free trade, and expanding the rule of law beyond national borders.” From then abstract

Peers, Douglas M.  “PRIVATES OFF PARADE: REGIMENTING SEXUALITY IN THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY INDIAN EMPIRE” International History Review [Canada] 1998 20(4): 823-854

Parry, Benita. Delusions and Discoveries: Studies on India in the British Imagination, 1880-1930,  Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1972. Book Description

Powell, Violet, Flora Annie Steel: Novelist of India, Heinemann, 1981.

Procida, Mary A., “Married to the Empire: British wives and British imperialism in India, 1883-1947”, Ph.D. thesis, University of Pennsylvania, 1997, AAT 9727278. Brief summary.

Renford, R. K., The Non-Official British in India to 1920, New Delhi, 1987.

Rizvi, G., Linlithgow in India (London 1978).

Reynolds, Reginald. White Sahibs in India. New York, 1973.

Robb, Peter, Top of Form

The Concept of Race in South Asia (SOAS Studies on South Asia), School of Oriental and African Studies; Reprint edition, 1998, ISBN: 0195642686 Book Description

Robinson, Amy Elizabeth, Ph.D.thesis, “Tinker, tailor, vagrant, sailor: Colonial mobility and the British imperial state, 1880--1914” Stanford University, 2005, 427 pages; AAT 3187333

Note

“Cases of "distressed colonial subjects" that came to the attention of imperial civil servants …  raise crucial questions concerning the proper relation of the imperial state to its subjects, and the classification and regulation of both poverty and people when the accepted or expected boundaries of imperial space were traversed….  Examining these encounters ….offers a novel perspective on the consequences of increasing colonial mobility in the late-Victorian, Edwardian period, and the shape and nature of the British "empire-state" itself…. The imperial polity was in reality a vast, porous, and irregular space composed of networks, rather than neatly defined geographic areas, with direct lines between colony and colony or colony and metropole. Many British colonial subjects--in distress or otherwise--learned to utilize the shape and nature of the imperial polity to their own advantage. Their mobility and their creative strategies of self-representation forced the state, including consular representatives, into a consideration of new technologies of identification, and a reconsideration of not only movement itself, but of the empire-state as well”. From the abstract.

Ross, Robert (ed.), Racism and colonialism: essays on ideology and social structure, The Hague : M. Nijhoff Publishers for the Leiden University Press ; Hingham, MA : Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Boston, 1982

Sen, R. N., In Clive Street, Calcutta, 1981.

Sen, Sudipta. “COLONIAL AVERSIONS AND DOMESTIC DESIRES: BLOOD, RACE, SEX AND THE DECLINE OF INTIMACY IN EARLY BRITISH INDIA”. South Asia [Australia] 2001 24(Special Issue): 25-45.

Sharma, Alpana, “Indian nationalism and Indo-Anglian literature: A critical re-evaluation of writing race into the English language (R. K. Narayan, Raja Rao, Salman Rushdie, Bharati Mukherjee)”, PhD thesis, UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, 1990. Brief summary.

Singh, P. N. (ed.) Chronicle of the British Indian Association, 1851-1952 , Calcutta 1965

Sinha, Mrinalini, “Britishness, Clubbability, and the Colonial Public Sphere: The Genealogy of an Imperial Institution in Colonial India”’ The Journal of British Studies, Vol. 40, No. 4, At Home in the Empire. (Oct., 2001), pp. 489-521.

- Sinha, M., Colonial Masculinity: The 'Manly Englishman' and the 'Effeminate Bengali' in the Late Nineteenth Century, Manchester, 1995.

Stokes, Eric, The English Utilitarians in India, OUP, 1959, ISBN: 0198212550. Book description.

Spear, Percival. The Nabobs, Oxford University Press, 1963.

Studdert-Kennedy, G.  Providence and the Raj, Thornton, 1998

Note – the Introduction includes a valuable review of the development of the historiography of the Raj as it developed through the 20th century

- “EVANGELICAL MISSION AND THE RAILWAY WORKSHOP APPRENTICES: INSTITUTIONALISING CHRISTIAN PRESENCE IN IMPERIAL BENGAL, 1885-1914”. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 2005 33(3): 325-348. ISSN: 0308-6534

- British Christians, Indian Nationalists, and the Raj. , New York: Oxford U. Pr., 1991.

Volwahsen, Andreas, Imperial Delhi: The British Capitol of the Indian Empire, Prestel Publishing, 2003, ISBN: 3791327887. Reviews

Wilkinson, Theon, Two Monsoons: The Life and Death of Europeans in India, Duckworth, 1987

Wurgaft, Lewis D., The imperial imagination : magic and myth in Kipling's India, Wesleyan University Press, Scranton, Pa., Distributed by Harper & Row Publishers, 1983.

 

4. Indian Response - Indian Nationalism

Ahmed, Mesbahuddin, The British Labour Party and the Indian independence movement, 1917-1939, Envoy Press, 1987**

- “THE BRITISH PARLIAMENTARY LABOUR PARTY STAND ON INDIA, 1932-1935”.  Journal of Indian History [India] 1984 62(1-3): 227-246. ISSN: 0022-1775

Akbar, M.J.. Nehru: The Making of India, Viking, 1988

Ali, Daud,  Invoking the Past : The Uses of History in South Asia (SOAS Studies on South Asia), Oxford University Press, USA, 2000, ISBN: 0195649788. Book description

Aloysius, G., Nationalism without a Nation in India (Oxford India Paperbacks), Oxford University Press, USA; New Ed edition, 1999, ISBN: 0195646533. Book description

Anderson, Benedict, Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism, Verso; Revised edition, 1991, ISBN: 0860915468 - reviews

Arnold, David, Gandhi, Longman, ISBN: 0582319781, 2001, Book description.

Amin, Shahid, Event, Metaphor, Memory: Chauri Chaura, 1922-92, 1995

Arnold, D. and P. Robb, (eds), Institutions and Ideologies: A SOAS South Asia Reader, 1993*

Azad, Maulana Abul Kalam, India Wins Freedom: The Complete Version, New Delhi, Orient Longman, 1993

Bakshi, S. R., Swaraj Party and the Indian National Congress, New Delhi, Vikas Pub. House, 1985.

Banerjea, Surendranath, A Nation in the Making, London, 1925

Besant, A., Annie Besant: An Autobiography, Adyar, 1939.

-.How India Wrought for Freedom: the story of the National Congress told from official records, Madras, 1915/ New Delhi, Today and tomorrow's Printers & Publishers,  1974

Bhargava, Moti Lal, Role of press in the freedom movement, New Delhi, Reliance Pub. House, 1987.

Birla, G.D., In the Shadow of the Mahatma (Bombay, 1953)

Bondurant, Joan Valerie. Conquest of violence: the Gandhian philosophy of conflict. Princeton: Oxford University Press, 1958.

Bose, A. C. Bose, A. C., Indian Revolutionaries Abroad, 1905-1922, Patna 1971.

 - “JAPAN AND THE INDIAN NATIONALISTS: 1901-41”. Indian Historical Review [India] 1985-1986 12(1-2): 328-337.

Bose, Sunil Kumar, Tej Bahadur Sapru (Builders of Modern India), Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India (1978)

Bose, N. S. The Indian Awakening and Bengal. Calcutta, 1960, Govt. of India (1978)

Bose, N. S. The Indian Awakening and Bengal. Calcutta, 1960.

Bose, Subhas Chandra, The Indian Struggle, 1920-1934, Calcutta, 1948

- The Indian Struggle, 1935-1942, Calcutta, 1952

Brass, P. R., and Robinson, (eds), Indian National Congress and Indian Society,1885-1985, 1987

Brasted, Howard and Carl Bridge, “THE BRITISH LABOUR PARTY AND INDIAN NATIONALISM, 1907-1947”. South Asia [Australia] 1988 11(2): 69-99. ISSN: 0085-6401

Brecher, Michael, Nehru -- A Political Biography, 1959

Broomfield, J. H., Elite Conflict in a Plural Society: Twentieth-Century Bengal, 1968

Brown, Judith M., Gandhi: Prisoner of Hope, New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 1989, ISBN: 0300051255

Note – major review by James G. Hart in Philosophy East and West, Jan. 1994, Vol. 44 No. 1.

-  Gandhi's Rise to Power: Indian Politics, 1915-1922, Cambridge, 1972

- Nehru (Profiles in Power Series), Pearson Education; 1 edition, 2000, ISBN: 0582437504. Reviews

- Nehru: A Political Life, Yale University Press, 2003, ISBN: 0300092792. Reviews

- “M. K. GANDHI”, History Today May 1980.

Chakrabarti, D., and Bhattacharya, C. Congress in Evolution. A Collection of Congress Resolutions from 1885-1934 and Other Important Documents. Calcutta: The Book Company, 1935.

Chand, Tara, History of the Freedom Movement in India. Vol. I, 1750-1857, Delhi, 1961

Chandra, Bipan, et al., India's Struggle for Independence, New Delhi, Penguin, 1989. Brief review

- Nationalism and colonialism in modern India. New Delhi: Orient Longman, 1981.

- The Rise and Growth of Economic Nationalism in India: Economic Policies of Indian National Leadership. 1880-1905, People’s Publishing House, New Delhi, 1966

 “THE INDIAN CAPITALIST CLASS AND IMPERIALISM BEFORE 1947”, in B. Chandra (ed.), Imperialism and Nationalism (Delhi, 1979), 144-70.

Chandra, Sudhir, The Oppressive Present: Literature and Social Consciousness in Colonial India, 1992

Chatterjee, D. K., C. R. Das and Indian National Movement, Calcutta, 1965

Chatterjee, Partha, The Nation and its Fragments, 1994 - reviews

Chirol, Valentine. Indian Unrest, Macmillan, 1910.

Copland, Ian. “CONGRESS PATERNALISM: THE "HIGH COMMAND" AND THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM IN PRINCELY INDIA, C. 1920-1940”. South Asia [Australia] 1985 8(1-2): 121-140.

Copley, Antony, Gandbi, Oxford, Blackwell, 1987

Cumpston, M., 'Some Early Indian Nationalists and their Allies in the British Parliament', The English Historical Review, Vol. 76, No. 299. (Apr., 1961), pp. 279-297.

Dwarkadas, Kanji, India's Fight for Freedom, 1913-1937: An Eyewitness Story, Bombay 1966.

Dwarkadas, Kanji, Ten Years to Freedom, 1938-47, Bombay 1968.

Edwardes, Michael, The Myth of the Mahatma: Gandhi, the British and the Raj.Constable.1986

- Nehru: A Political Biography, London 1971

Erikson, Erik H., Gandhi's Truth: On the Origins of Militant Nonviolence, New York, 1969.

French, Patrick, Liberty or Death - India's Journey to Independence and Division, Harper Coillins, 1997*. Brief review

Note – The author claims that Mansergh and Lumby did not have access to one key category of documentation – the Indian Political Intelligence archives - when preparing their magisterial work. French did use these archives and therein lies the interest of this book.

Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand, My Experiments with Truth. An Autobiography, Boston, 1940

- Anthony J. Parel (Editor), Gandhi: 'Hind Swaraj' and Other Writings (Cambridge Texts in Modern Politics), Cambridge University Press; New Ed edition, 1997, ISBN: 0521574315. Brief review.

Gallagher, John, Gordon Johnson and Anil Seal (eds.), Locality, Province and Nation: Essays on Indian Politics, 1870-1940, Cambridge, 1973. Note - Eugene F Irschick wrote a major review of this important volume published in Journal of Asian Studies Vol. XXIV, No. 2, Feb. 1975 pp. 461-472

Gopal, S., Jawaharlal Nehru, vols. I, II and III (1975, 1979, 1980).

Gordon, Leonard, Brothers against the Raj: A Biography of Sarat and Subhas Chandra Bose, 1990

Goswami, Manu, Producing India : From Colonial Economy to National Space (Chicago Studies in Practices of Meaning), University Of Chicago Press, 2004, ISBN: 0226305082. Reviews

Haithcox, John Patrick. Communism and nationalism in India: M. N. Roy and Comintern policy, 1920-1939. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1971.

Hasan,  M. ed., Knowledge, Power and Politics: Educational Institutions in India, 1998

Heehs. Peter, The Bomb in Bengal: The Rise of Revolutionary Terrorism in India, 1900-10, 1994

- India's Freedom Struggle, Oxford University Press, 1988

Heimsath, Charles, Indian Nationalism and Hindu Social Reform, Princeton, 1964

Hill, John L. (ed.), The Congress and Indian Nationalism: Historical Perspective, 1991

Hooja, Rima, Crusader for self-rule: Tej Bahadur Sapru & the Indian National Movement : life and selected letters, ASIN: B0006FEFZK, 1999

Inden, Ronald B., Imagining India, Indiana University Press, 2001, ISBN: 0253213584brief reviews.

Israel, Milton. Communications and power: propaganda and the press in the Indian nationalist struggle, 1920-1947. Cambridge; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 1994.**

Jaffrelot, Christophe, The Hindu Nationalist Movement and Indian Politics, 1925-94, South Asia Books; 2 edition, January 1999, ISBN: 0140246029. Brief review.

Jayakar, Mukund Ramrao, The story of my life, Asia Pub. House, 1958

Jha, Manoranjan, Role of central legislature in the freedom struggle, National Book Trust, India, 1972

Johnson, Gordon, Provincial Politics and Elite Nationalism (1973), and ed., et al., Locality, Province and Nation, and Power, Profit and Politics (1973 and 1981; both also special issues of Modern Asian Studies).

Joshi, Shashi, Struggle for hegemony in India, 1920-47; the colonial state, the Left and the National Movement, New Delhi, Sage., 1991-1999.

Keenleyside, T. A.  “THE INDIAN NATIONALIST MOVEMENT AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: PROLOGUE TO THE UNITED NATIONS”. India Quarterly [India] 1983 39(3): 281-298.

Kopf, David, The Brahmo Sarnaj and the Shaping of the Modern Indian Mind, Princeton, 1979.

Krishna, Gopal, “The Development of the Indian National Congress as a Mass Organization, 1918-1923”, The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 25, No. 3. (May, 1966), pp. 413-430.

Kulkarni, V. B.  M. R. Jayakar, New Delhi: Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India, 1976.

Kumar, Chandra and Puri, Mohinder, Mahatma Gandhi: His Life and Influence, Heinemann, 1982

Kumar, Kapil, Congress and Classes, South Asia Books, 1988, ISBN: 8185054460. Card catalog description.

Kumar, M., Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru: a Political Biography, Gwalior, Vipul Prakashan, 1981

Kumar, Ravinder, Kumar, Ravinder (ed.), Essays on Gandhian Politics: The Rowlatt Satyagraha of 1919, Oxford, 1971

- The Making of a Nation: Essays in Indian History and Politics, New Delhi, Manohar, 1989

- Maulana Azad's personality as the president of Indian National Congress, 1939 to 46 ; Partition of India : role of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and Sardar Vallabhbhai ... a comparative study of their leadership, Abul Kalam Azad Oriental Research Institute, 1989

Lajpat Rai, Lala (edited by Vijaya Chandra Joshi), Autobiographical writings, Delhi: University Publishers, 1965.

Lewis, Martin Deming, Gandhi: maker of modern India?, Boston, Heath, 1965

Low, D. A., Britain and Indian Nationalism, 1929-1942: imprint of ambiguity, Cambridge University Press, 1997. Synopsis. Reviewed in The Journal of Modern History, Vol. 72, No. 1, and the The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Vol. 30, No. 1.

- Congress and the Raj: Facets of the Indian Struggle 1917-47, Heinemann, 1977, ISBN: 019567054X.

Note – see: Tomlinson’s review in, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 16, No. 2 (1982), pp. 334-349; Gordon’s review (really more an outline of the book’s contents) in the Journal of Asian Studies Vol. 39, No. 1 and that of Graham In  The English Historical Review Vol. 95, No. 375 pp. 459-460.

- (ed.), The Indian National Congress: centenary hindsights, Delhi ; New York, Oxford University Press, 1988.

- Rearguard Action - Selected Essays on Late Colonial Indian History, South Asia Books (1996), ISBN-10: 8120718127; ISBN-13: 978-8120718128

- (ed.), Soundings in modern South Asian history, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1968

Maclane, John R., Indian nationalism and the Early congress, Princeton, 1977.

Mankekar, D. R. Homi Mody, a many splendoured life: a political biography. Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1968

McCully, Bruce T. English Education and the Origins of Indian Nationalism, New York, 1940.

McLane, John R., Indian nationalism and the early Congress. Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1977. 

- The Political Awakening in India, Prentice-Hall 1970

Markovits, Claude, Indian business and nationalist politics, 1931-1939 : the indigenous capitalist class and the rise of the Congress Party, New York, Cambridge University Press, 1985. Book description

Martin, Briton. New India, 1885: British official policy and the emergence of the Indian National Congress. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1969.

Masselos, Jim. Indian nationalism: an history. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1985.

Meadowcroft, Keith, “The emergence, crystallization and shattering of a right-wing alternative to Congress nationalism: The all-India Hindu Mahasabha, 1937--1952”, Ph.D. thesis, Concordia University (Canada), 2003, AAT NQ85256. Brief summary.

Mehrotra, S. R., The Emergence of the Indian National Congress, New Delhi, 1971.

Mehta, Ved, Mahatma Gandhi and His Apostles, New Haven and London, Yale, 1993, ISBN: 0300055390. Reviews.

Masselos, Jim, Indian Nationalism: An History, 1985

Misra, B. B., The Indian Political Parties, An Historical Analysis of Political Behaviour up to 1947, Delhi 1976

Majumdar, R. C., (ed.), The Struggle For Freedom, Bombay, 1969.

- Advent of Independence, Bombay 1963.

- Indian Political Associations and Reform of Legislature, 1818-1917, Calcutta 1965.

- Militant Nationalism in India and Its Socio-religious Background 1897-1917, Calcutta 1966.

Majumdar, Bimanbehari, and Mazumdar, Bhakat Prasad, Congress and Congressmen in the Pre-Gandhian Era, 1885-1917, Calcutta 1967.

Majumdar, Ramesh Chandra, History of the Freedom Movement in India, 3 vols., Calcutta 1962-3.

Majumdar, R. C., Raychaudhuri, H. C., and Datta, K. K., An Advanced History of India, London 1963.

Mukherji, S., Peasants, Politics and the British Government, 1930-40, 1984

Nanda, B.R., Gandhi: pan-Islamism, imperialism, and nationalism in India, Bombay; New York, Oxford University Press, 1989.

- Gokhale, the Indian Moderates and the British Raj, Princeton-Delhi. 1977

- The Nehrus: Motilal and Jawaharlal, 1962

Nehru, J., An Autobiography, 1936

- The Discovery of India (ed. Robert I. Crane), Doubleday Anchor 1960 – originally published 1946. Book description.

- India's freedom, Allen, 1965.

Owen, Hugh, 'Negotiating the Lucknow Pact', Journal of Asian Studies, xxxi (1972), 561-87.

Panikkar, K. N., ed. National and left movements in India. New Delhi: Vikas, 1980.

Pandey, B.N. (ed.), The Indian nationalist movement, 1885-1947: select documents, Macmillan, 1979.

Parekh, Bhikhu , Colonialism, Tradition and Reform: An Analysis of Gandhi's Political Discourse, SAGE Publications; Revised edition, 2000, ISBN: 0761993827. Book description.

Patel, G. I., Vithalbhai Patel: Life and Times, 2 vols. Bombay, 1951

Prakash, Indra, Hindu Mahasabha: Its Contribution to Indian Politics, New Delhi 1966.

Raj Kumar. Annie Besant's rise to power in Indian politics, 1914-1917. New Delhi: Concept Pub. Co., 1981.

Ray, Prithwis Chandra, Life and times of C.R. Das; The story of Bengal's self-expression, Oxford U.P., 1927.

Raya, Nisitha Ranjana, Concise history of the Indian National Congress, 1885-1947, New Delhi, Vikas, 1985.

Raychaudhuri, Tapan, Europe Reconsidered, 1988

Reisner, I. M. and Goldberg, N. M., Tilak and the struggle for Indian freedom, New Delhi, People's Pub. House, 1966

Rothermund, Dietmar, The Phases of Indian Nationalism and Other Essays, Bombay, 1970

- 'Constitutional Reform versus National Agitation India, 1900-50', Journal of Asian Studies, xxi (1961-2), 505-22.

Sarkar, Sumit, 'The Logic of Gandhian Nationalism: Civil Disobedience and the Gandhi-Irwin Pact, 1930-1931', Indian Historical Review, vol. 3, 1976

- The Swadeshi Movement in Bengal, 1973

Saxena, Abha., Indian national movement and the liberals. Allahabad, India: Chugh Publications, 1986, ISBN: 8185076014. Foreword by A.C. Banerjee.

Seal, Anil, The Emergence of Indian Nationalism. Competition and Collaboration in the Later Nineteenth Century, Cambridge, 1968

- “Imperialism and Nationalism in India”, Modern Asian Studies, 1973 vol. 7 iss. 3 pg. 321 ff.** Conclusion.

Sen, Amiya, Social and Religious Reform : The Hindus of British India (Debates in Indian History and Society), Oxford University Press, USA, 2005, ISBN: 0195677021. Book description

Shankardass, Rani Dhavan, Vallabhbhai Patel, 1988

Sharma, Alpana, “Indian nationalism and Indo-Anglian literature: A critical re-evaluation of writing race into the English language (R. K. Narayan, Raja Rao, Salman Rushdie, Bharati Mukherjee)”, PhD thesis, UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, 1990

Shiva Rao, B., India's freedom movement: some notable figures, New Delhi, Orient Longman, 1972

Shukla, B. D., A History of the Indian Liberal Party, Allahabad 1960. Singh, Hira, Colonial Hegemony and Popular Resistance, SAGE Publications, 1998, ISBN: 0761992308. Book description.

Sisson, R. and Wolpert, Stanley, Congress and Indian Nationalism: The Pre-Independence Phase, University of California Press, 1988

Sitaramayya, B. Pattabhi, History of the Indian National Congress, 2 vols., Bombay, 1935-47

Smith, Ray T. The Role of India's "Liberals" In The Nationalist Movement, 1915-1947 Word document 103 KB (from Asian Survey, Vol 8 (7) June 1968, pp.607-24)

Spratt, Philip. Blowing up India: reminiscences and reflections of a former Comintern emissary. Calcutta: Prachi Prakashan, 1955.

Studdert-Kennedy, Gerald. British Christians, Indian nationalists, and the Raj. Delhi; New York: Oxford University Press, 1991. Book description.

- “GANDHI AND THE CHRISTIAN IMPERIALISTS”. History Today, 1990 40(Oct): 19-26. ISSN: 0018-2753

Tahmankar, D. V., Sardar Patel, London 1970

Tarachand, History of the Freedom Movement in India, New Delhi, 1972.

Tendulkar, Dinanath Gopal. Abdul Ghaffar Khan: faith is a battle. Bombay: Published for Gandhi Peace Foundation by Popular Prakashan, 1967.

Tomlinson, Brian Roger. The Indian National Congress and the Raj, 1929-1942: the penultimate phase, Macmillan, 1976.**

Note – This is an insightful and well written and researched book. It illustrates how local issues and forces, and more generally the shifting alliances of support, severely constrained the positions taken by the Congress national leadership and hence reduced, virtually to zero, the possibilities of Congress reaching agreement with the British.  It is most usefully read together with Bridge 1986 and Brown 1976 which show the parallel limitations operative at the British end.

Tyson, Geoffrey, Danger in India, Calcutta 1932

Note – Literate and easy read. Gives clear expression to the views of the unreconstructed imperialist British commercial community. Some of it is vitriolic and quite unbalanced. Other parts, such as those relating to the uselessness of constitutional commercial safeguards, were right on.

Veer, Peter van der, Religious Nationalism: Hindus and Muslims in India, 1994

Wolpert, Stanley, Jinnah of Pakistan, New York/Oxford, 1984

- Tilak and Gokhale. Revolution and Reform in the Making of Modem India, Berkeley. 1962

 

5. Indian Response - Muslims and Other Minorities

Abdul Latif, Sayyid, The Pakistan issue; being the correspondence between Sayyid Abdul

Latif and M. A. Jinnah, Azad, Nehru, Etc., Lahore, 1943.

Akbar, M.J.. Kashmir: Behind the Vale, New Delhi. Viking (India). 1991

Afzal, M. Rafique (ed.), Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Speeches in the Legislative

Assembly of India, 1924-1930, Lahore, 1967.

Aga Khan, India in Transition, London, 1918.

_,The Memoirs of Agha Khan, London, 1954.

Ahmad. N. Muslim Separatism in British India: A Retrospective Study. Lahore, Ferozsons, 1991

Ahmed, Akbar S., Jinnah, Pakistan and Islamic Identity: The Search for Saladin, 1997

Ali, Chaudry Muhammad, The Emergence of Pakistan, Lahore, Research Society of Pakistan, University of the Punjab. 1973

Allana, G. (ed.), Pakistan Movement: Historic Documents ,Karachi, Department of International Relations, University of Karachi. 1967

Ambedkar, B.R., Thoughts on Pakistan, Bombay. Thacker, 1941

- What Congress and Gandhi Have Done to the Untouchables, Bombay, Thacker. 1945

- Pakistan or the Partition of India,. Bombay. Thacker. 1946

Ansari, Iqbal A, Diaries The Muslim Situation in India, New Delhi, Sterling, 1989

Amin, Sonia Nishat, The World of Muslim Women in Colonial Bengal, 1876-1939, 1996

Ashraf, Mujeeb, Muslim Attitude Towards British Rule and Westem Culture in India, Delhi, 1982.

Aziz Ahmed, Islamic Modernism in India and Pakistan, 1857-1964, 1967

Aziz, K. K, All-India Muslim Conference: 1928-1933. Karachi, 1972.

- Britain and Muslim India: A Study of British Public Opinion vis-a-vis the Development of Muslim Nationalism in India, 1857-1947, London 1963.

- The Making of Pakistan, Lahore, 1976.

- Muslims under Congress Rule, 2 Vols., Islamabad, 1977-1979.

- Rahmat Ali: A Biography, Lahore, 1986

Bazaz, Prem Nath, The History of Struggle for Freedom in Kashmir, New Delhi, 1954.

Chiriyankandath, James "'Democracy" under the Raj: elections and separate representation... Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 30,1 (1992).

Choudhary, Khaliquzzaman, Pathway to Pakistan, Lahore, 1961.

Copland, Ian. “ THE POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY OF RELIGIOUS CONFLICT: TOWARDS AN EXPLANATION OF THE RELATIVE INFREQUENCY OF COMMUNAL RIOTS IN THE INDIAN PRINCELY STATES”. International Journal of Punjab Studies [India] 2000 7(1): 1-27.

Cressey, Paul Frederick, “THE ANGLO-INDIANS: A DISORGANIZED MARGINAL GROUP”, Social Froces, vol. 14, no. 2, Dec. 1935, pp. 263-268.

Dalal, M. N., Whither Minorities, Bombay, 1940.

Deol, Gurdev Singh, The role of the Ghadar Party in the national movement. Foreword by I. D. Sharma, Delhi : Sterling Publishers, 1969

Egorova, Yuila, Jews and India: Perception and Image (Routledgecurzon Jewish Studies Series), 2006, Brief outline.

Framjee, Dosabhoy, Parsees: Their History, Manners, Customs and Religion,  Kessinger Publishing, 2003, ISBN: 0766148424. Book description

Faruqi, Ashraf, European involvement in the Aligarh movement: the role and influence of the European faculty in the social and political aspects of the Mohamedan Anglo-Oriental College, 1875-1920, Ph.D. thesis, Duke university, 1978. Brief summary.

Gandhi, Rajmohan, Understanding the Muslim Mind, 1988

Grewal, J. S., The Sikhs of the Punjab, The New Cambridge history of India; 2/3, New York, Cambridge University Press, 1990. Reviews.

Gopal, Ram, Indian Muslims, 1958-1947, Bombay, 1959.

- A Political History of Indian Muslims, New Delhi, Criterion. 1989

Hamid, Abdul, Muslim Separation in India, 1858-1947, Karachi, 1967

Hardy, Peter, The Muslim of British India, Cambridge University Press. 1972

Note review by D. A. Low in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 37, No. 1, In Memory of W. H. Whiteley (1974), pp. 247-248

Hasan, M. (ed.), Communal and Pan-Islamic Trends in Colonial India (2nd ed.), 1985

- (ed.), Muslims and the Congress: select correspondence of Dr. M.A. Ansari, 1912-1935. New Delhi: Manohar, 1979.

- “CONGRESS MUSLIMS AND INDIAN NATIONALISM” South Asia, vol. 7, nos. 1&2 1985

-  Nationalism and Communal Politics in India, 1991

Hasan, Mishural, Nationalism and Communal Politics in India, Delhi, 1979.

Jain, M. S., The Aligarh Movement, 1965

Jalal, Ayesha, The Sole Spokesman: Jinnah, the Muslim League and the Demand for Pakistan 1985. Reviews.

Note - Review by Thomas R. Metcalf in The American Historical Review, Vol. 92, No. 4. (Oct., 1987), pp. 1021-1022.

Jaffrelot, Christophe, Dr. Ambedkar and Untouchability : Fighting the Indian Caste System (The CERI Series in Comparative Politics and International Studies),   Columbia University Press, 2004, ISBN: 0231136021, Book description.

Jeelani, Javed, Indian Muslims, through thirteen decades, 1857 to 1987, Karachi, Royal Book Co., 1992.

Jinnah, Mahomed Ali. Jinnah-Irwin correspondence, 1927-1930. Lahore: Research Society of Pakistan, University of the Panjab, 1969. edited by Waheed Ahmad.

Jones, Kenneth W. (ed.), Religious Controversy in British India: Dialogues in South Asian Languages, 1992

Kabir, Humayun, Muslim Politics 1906-47 and Other Essays, Calcutta, Firma K.L. Mukhopadhyay. 1969

Kaura, Uma. Muslims and Indian nationalism: the emergence of the demand for India's partition, 1928-40. Columbia, Mo.: South Asia Books, 1977.

Keer, Dhanahjay. Dr. Ambedkar: Life and Mission. Bombay, 1954

Khaliquzzaman, Choudry. Pathway to Pakistan, Lahore, Longman, 1961

Khan. Abdul Waheed. India Wins Freedom: The Other Side, Karachi, Pakistan Educational Publishers, 1961

Kooiman, Dick. “ WHY LESS COMMUNALISM IN THE INDIAN PRINCELY STATES? A DISCUSSION OF THEIR UNSECULAR MODE OF GOVERNANCE”. International Journal of Punjab Studies [India] 2001 8(1): 57-78.

Koss, Stephen E.  “JOHN MORLEY AND THE COMMUNAL QUESTION”.  Journal of Asian Studies 1967 26(3): 381-387.

Kozlowski, G., Muslim Endowments and Society in British India, 1985

Krishna, Gopal, 'The Khilafat Movement in India: The First Phase', Journal of Royal Asiatic Society, xix (1968), 37-53.

Lelyveld, D. and Hasan, Mushirul,  Aligarh's First Generation, Oxford University Press, USA,  2003, ISBN: 0195666674. Book description

Malik, Hafeez, Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan and Muslin modernization in India and Pakistan, New York, Columbia University Press, 1980.

Moslem Nationalism in India and Pakistan, Washington 1963.

Metcalf, Barbara Daly, Islamic Revival in British India: Deoband, 1860-1900 (Oxford India Paperbacks), Oxford University Press, USA, ISBN: 0195660498. Book description.

Minault, Gail, The Khilafat Movement: Religious Symbolism and Political Mobilization in India, 1982

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Mishra, Vibhuti Bhushan, Evolution of the constitutional history of India, 1773-1947: with special reference to the role of the Indian National Congress and the minorities, Mittal Publications, 1987.

Mujeeb, Mohammed, The Indian Muslims, London 1967.

Niemeijer, A. C. The Khilafat movement in India, 1919-1924. The Hague: Nijhoff, 1972.

Owen, Hugh, 'Negotiating the Lucknow Pact', Journal of Asian Studies, xxxi (1972), 561-87.

Page, David, Prelude to Partition: The Indian Muslims and the Imperial System of Control, 1920-32, 1982; 1999

Powell, Avril, Muslims and Missionaries in Pre-Mutiny India, 1993

Prashad, Vijay, Untouchable Freedom: A Social History of a Dalit Community, Oxford University Press, USA; New Ed edition, 2001, ISBN: 0195658485. Book description.

Procida, by Mary A., Married To The Empire: Gender, Politics and Imperialism in India, 1883-1947, Manchester and New York : Manchester University Press, 2002

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Qureshi, I. H., The Struggle for Pakistan, Karachi 1965.

Rahman, Matiur, From Consultation to Confrontation: A Study of the Muslim League in British Indian Politics, 1906-1912, London 197o.

Rajasekhariah, A. M, B. R. Ambedkar, the politics of emancipation, Bombay, Sindhu Publications, 1971

Ramusack, Barbara N., Punjab States: Maharajas and Gurdwaras: Patialia and the Sikh Community in Jeffrey, Robin (ed.), People, princes, and paramount power: society and politics in the Indian princely states, Oxford University Press, Delhi 1978.

Robinson, Francis, Separatism among Indian Muslims. The Politics of the United Provinces' Muslims, 1860-1923, Cambridge University Press, 1974, ISBN: 0521204321

Note review by D. A. Low in Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 11, No. 4 (1977), pp. 623-625

Roland, Joan G. Jews in British India: Identity in a Colonial Era (Tauber Institute for the Study of European Jewry, 9), University Press of New England, 1989, ISBN: 0874514576

Shakir, Moin, Khilafat to Partition. A Survey of Major Political Trends among Indian Muslims during 1919-1947, New Delhi, 1970

Shaikh, Farzana, Community and Consensus in Islam: Muslim Representation in Colonial India, 1860-1947, 1989

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Singh, Khushwant, A history of the Sikhs. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1977. 2 vols.

Singh, Mohinder. The Akali movement. Delhi: Macmillan, 1978.

Singh, Patwant, The Sikhs, ISBN: 0385502060. Reviews

Singhal, D. P., Pakistan, Prentice-Hall, 1972

Smith, C. Wilfred,  Modern India and Islam, Delhi, 1979 (reprint)

Stephens, Ian, Pakistan: Old country/new Nation, Penguin 1964

Talbot, Ian. “PLANNING FOR PAKISTAN: THE PLANNING COMMITTEE OF THE ALL-INDIA MUSLIM LEAGUE 1943-46”. Modern Asian Studies,  1994 28(4): 875-889.

Thursby, G. R., Hindu-Muslim relations in British India: a study of controversy, conflict, and communal movements in northern India 1923-1928, Leiden, Brill, 1975.

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6. Issues, Aspects and Institutions of the British Raj

6.1. Economic and Social Issues

The British Empire: A Business Environment

Adarkar, B. P., “Tariffs and Fiscal Policy”, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 233, India Speaking. (May, 1944), pp. 141-145.

Akjita, Shigeru, “BRITISH ECONOMIC INTERESTS AND THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF ASIA IN THE 1930s”, XIII Economic History Conference, Buenos Aires, 2002.

Allin, C. D., “FEDERAL ASPECTS OF PREFERENTIAL TRADE IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE”, The American Political Science Review, vol. 12, no. 3, August 1918.

Ambirajan, S., Classical Political Economy as British Policy in India, Cambridge, 1978.

- 'Malthusian population theory and Indian famine policy in the nineteenth century', Population Studies, 30 (1976) and 'Political economy

of Indian famines', South Asia, 1 (1976).

Amin, Sonia Nishat, The World of Muslim Women in Colonial Bengal, 1876-1939, 1996

Arnold, David, Colonizing the Body: State Medicine and Epidemic Disease in Nineteenth-Century India, 1993

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- “CHOLERA AND COLONIALISM IN BRITISH INDIA”. Past & Present [Great Britain] 1986 (113): 118-151.

Arnold, David and Ramachandra Guha (eds.), Nature, culture, imperialism: essays on the environmental history of South Asia, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1995.

Awwal, Iftikhar ul, “THE PROBLEM OF MIDDLE CLASS EDUCATED UNEMPLOYMENT IN BENGAL 1912-1942”, Indian Economic & Social History Review, 12 1994; vol. 19, no.1, pp. 27-45..

Bagchi, Amiya Kumar, “Indian and European Entrepreneurship”, in E. Leach and S. M. Mukerjee (eds.), Elites in South Asia (Oxford, 1968).

- Private Investment in India 1900-1939, CUP, Cambridge, 1972

Note major wide-ranging review by Morris David Morris in Modern Asian Studies 8, 4 (1974) pp. 535-576

Bahl, Vinay, “The emergence of large-scale steel industry in India under British colonial rule, 1880-1907”, Indian Economic & Social History Review, 12 1994; vol. 31: pp. 413 - 460.

Baker, C, Johnson, G., and Seal, A. (eds.), Power, Profit and Politics: Essays on Imperialism, Nationalism and Change in Twentieth-Century India Cambridge, 1981

Balachandran, G. John Bullion's Empire: Britain's Gold Problem and India Between the Wars, SOAS London Studies on South Asia, No 10, Routledge Curzon, 1996, ISBN-10,  0700704280, ISBN-13: 978-0700704286**

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Ballhatchet, Kenneth, Social Policy and Social Change in Western India, 1957

Ballhatchet, Kenneth, Harrison, John (eds.), The city in South Asia: pre-modern and modern. London: Curzon Press; Atlantic Highlands: Humanities Press, 1980.

Basu, Subho, 'Strikes and "communal" riots in Calcutta in the 1890s', Modern Asian Studies, 32, 4 (1998).

Bayly, C. A., Empire & Information, Cambridge University Press 1996

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Bhatia, B. H., Famines in India, 1967

Balachandran, G. John Bullion's Empire, 1996

Bandyopadhyay, Sekhar, “Transfer of Power and the Crisis of Dalit Politics in India, 1945-47”, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 34, No. 4 (Oct., 2000), pp. 893-942

Barber, W. J., British Economic Thought and India, 1600-1858, 1975

Bhatia, B. M., Famines in India, 1860-1945, London 1963.

Bhattacharya, Neeladri 'Colonial state and agrarian society' in S. Bhattacharya et al., Situating Indian History (1986).

Bhattacharya, Sabyasachi (ed.), Essays in modern Indian economic history, New Delhi,  Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, 1987.

- Financial Foundations of the British Raj. 1858-1872, Simla, 1971

Bose, Sugata (ed.), Credit, Markets, and the Agrarian Economy of Colonial India, 1994

Brennan, Lance,  'The development of the Indian famine codes', in Bruce Currey and Graeme Hugo (eds), Famine as a Geographical Phenomenon, 1984

Bridge, Carl, BRITAIN AND THE INDIAN CURRENCY CRISIS, 1930-32: A COMMENT”. Economic History Review [Great Britain] 1981 34(2): 301-304. ISSN: 0013-0117

Broeze, Frank, “UNDERDEVELOPMENT AND DEPENDENCY: MARATIME INDIA DURING THE RAJ”, Modern Asian Studies, 18, 3 (1984).**

- “THE MUSCLES OF EMPIRE: INDIAN SEAMEN AND THE RAJ, 1919-1939”, INDIAN ECONOMIC SOCIAL HISTORY REVIEW, VOL. 18, NO. 1,1981, PP. 43-67.

Burnett-Hurst, A. R., “LANCASHIRE AND THE INDIAN MARKET”, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, vol. 95, no. 3 (1932), pp. 395-454.

Cain, P. J. and Hopkins, A. G., British Imperialism: Innovation and Expansion, Longman 1993

Chakravarty, Dipesh, Rethinking Working Class History: Bengal, 1890-1914, 1989.

Chandavarkar Rajnarayan, Imperial power and popular politics: class, resistance and the state in India c1850-1950. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998. Bibliography.**

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Chandra, Sudhir, Enslaved Daughters: Colonialism, Law and Women's Rights, 1998

Charlesworth, Neil, British Rule and the Indian Economy 1800-1914, MacMillan 1982, ISBN: 0333279662

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Chaudhuri, K. N. and Dewey, C. J. (eds.), Economy and Society, 1979

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Chowdhury-Zilly, Aditee Nag, The Vagrant Peasant: Agrarian Distress and Desertion in Bengal, 1770 to 1830, Wiesbaden, 1982

Clarke, P. F., “THE END OF LAISSEZ FAIRE AND THE POLITICS OF COTTON”, The Historical Journal, vol. 15, no. 3 (1972), pp. 493-512.

Cohn, Bernard S., 'Society and Social Change under the Raj', South Asian Review, IV (1970), 27-49

Crangle, John V. “THE ECONOMICS OF BRITISH ANTI-IMPERIALISM: VICTORIAN DISSENT AGAINST INDIA”. Studies in History and Society 1975 6(2): 60-76.

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Dadachanji, B. E. History of Indian Currency and Exchange. 2nd rev. edition. Bombay: D. B. Taraporevala Sons & Co., 1931.

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Das, Gurcharan Das,  India Unbound : The Social and Economic Revolution from Independence to the Global Information Age,  Reviews etc.

Note – very useful in seeing how the economic base developed under the Raj was impacted by Nehru’s statist policies.

Das, M. N., Studies in the Economic and Social Development of Modern India, 1848-56. Calcutta, 1959

Das, Suranjan. Communal riots in Bengal, 1905-1947. Delhi; New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.

Davenport Hines, R. P. T., and Jones, G., (eds.), British Business in Asia Since 1870, Cambridge, 1989.

Davis, L. E., and Huttenback, R. A., Mammon and the Pursuit of Empire: The Political Economy of British Imperialism, Cambridge, 1986.

Derbyshire, Ian, 'Economic change and the railways in north India, 1860-1914', Modern Asian Studies, 21, 3 (1987)

Desai, S. S. M., Economic history of India, Bombay, Himalaya Pub. House, 1982.

Dewey, Clive, (ed.),  Arrested Development in India, 1988

Dewey, Clive and Hopkins, A. G. (editors), The Imperial Impact: Studies in the Economic History of Africa and India, Institute of Commonwealth Studies 1978

N.b. Particularly Important is Dewey’s chapter “The End of the Imperialism of free Trade: The Eclipse of the Lancashire Lobby and the Concession of Fiscal Autonomy to India”

Dhanagre, D. N., Peasant movements in India, 1920-1950, Delhi, Oxford, 1983.

Dharma Kumar (ed.), The Cambridge Economic History of India. Vol. II. (1750 to 1970), Cambridge, 1982.**

Drummond, I., British Economic Policy and the Empire 1919-1939, 1974

- Imperial Economic Policy, 1917-39, G. Allen & Unwin, 1974

- The Floating Pound and the Stirling Area, 1931-39, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1981

Dumont, Louis. Homo hierarchicus: the caste system and its implications (translated from the French by Mark Sainsbury), Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1970.

Dutt, Amitiva Krishna, “THE ORIGINS OF UNEVEN DEVELOPMENT: THE Indian subcontinent, The American Economic Review, vol. 82 no. 2, Papers and Proceedings of the Hundred and Fourth Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, May 1992, pp. 146-150

Dutt, Romesh C. The Economic History of India in the Victorian Age (7th ed.), 1956

Ellinwood, Dewitt C., and S. D. Pradhan, eds. India and World War I. Columbia, Ohio: South Asia Books, 1978.

Fieldhouse, D.K., Economics and Empire, 1830-1914, Palgrave Macmillan, 1984, ISBN: 0333368274

Fletcher, Max E., “Suez and Britain: An Historical Study of the Effects of the Suez Canal on the British Economy”, PhD thesis, University of Wisconsin, 1957.

Note- Chapter VI (pp. 164-217) deals with India.

Forbes, Geraldine Hancock, Women in modern India, The New Cambridge history of India; 4/2, New York, Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Frykenberg, R. E. (ed.), Land Tenure and Peasant in South Asia, 1977

Fuchs, C. J., The Trade Policy of Great Britain and Her Colonies Since 1860, 1965

Gadgil, D. R. The Industrial Evolution of India in Recent Times 1860-1939 (5th Edition) OUP Delhi

Ghosh, S. C., “ PRESSURE AND PRIVILEGE: THE MANCHESTER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND THE INDIAN PROBLEM, 1930-1934”. Parliamentary Affairs [Great Britain] 1965 (2): 201-215. ISSN: 0031-2290

Gilmartin, David. “SCIENTIFIC EMPIRE AND IMPERIAL SCIENCE: COLONIALISM AND IRRIGATION TECHNOLOGY IN THE INDUS BASIN”. Journal of Asian Studies 1994 53(4): 1127-1149.

Goldsmith, R. W., The Financial Development of India 1880-1977, Delhi, 1983

Gordon, A. D., Businessmen and Politics: Rising Nationalism and a Modernising Economy in Bombay, 1918-1939, 1978, New Delhi,  Monohar, ISBN: 0908070020

Goswami, O, Industry, Trade and Peasant Society: The Jute Economy of Eastern India, 1900-1947, New Delhi, 1991.

Gupta, Uma Das, “The Indian Press 1870-1880: A Small World of Journalism”, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 11, No. 2. (1977), pp. 213-235.

Haan, Arjan de, Unsettled Settlers, 1994.

Harnetty, Imperialism and Free Trade: Lancashire and India in the Mid-Nineteenth Century, UBC, Vancouver, 1972.

- “'Deindustrialization' Revisited: The Handloom Weavers of the Central Provinces of India, c. 1800-1947”, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 25, No. 3. (Jul., 1991), pp. 455-510.

Hughes, J. R. T., “The Suez Canal and World Shipping, 1869-1914”, The Journal of Economic History, Vol. 18, No. 4 (Dec., 1958), pp. 575-579

Harnetty , P., “The Indian Cotton Duties Controversy, 1894-1896”, The English Historical Review,  Vol. 77, No. 305 (Oct., 1962), pp. 684-702

- Imperialsim and Free Trade: Lancashire and India in the Mid-Nineteenth Century, UBC Press, Vancouver, 1972

Harrison, Mark, Climates and Constitutions: Health, Race, Environment and British Imperialism 1600-1850 (1999) and Public Health in British India (1994).

Haynes, Douglas and Prakash, Gyan (eds), Contesting Power: Resistance and Everyday Social Relations in South Asia, 1991

Hopkins, A. G. (eds.), The Imperial Impact: Studies in the Economic History of Africa and India, 1978.

-  The Government of India's "New Industrial Policy" 1900-1925: Formulation and Failure”, in C. J. Dewey and K. N. Chaudhuri (eds.), Economy and Society, New Delhi, 1978.

-  (ed.), Arrested Development in India: The Historical Dimension, Manohar, 1988.

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Imlah, A. H., Economic Elements in the Pax Britannica, Cambridge, Mass., 1958

Jones, G., “The State and Economic Development in India 1890-1947: The Case of Oil”, Modern Asian Studies 13:3 (1979), 353-75.

Jones, Kenneth W., Socio-religious reform movements in British India, The New Cambridge history of India; 3/1, New York : Cambridge University Press, 1989.

Jones, S., Trade and Shipping: Lord Inchcape 1852-1932, Manchester, 1989.

- Merchants of the Raj: British Managing Agency Houses in Calcutta, Yesterday and Today, Basingstoke, 1992.

Keenan, John L., A Steel Man in India, V. Gollancz ltd (1945) ASIN: B0007J3J5W

Note- Author was prominent in TISCO 1913-38. Very readable.

 Kerr, Ian J., Building the Railways of the Raj, 1850-1900, Oxford University Press, USA; Reprint edition, 1998, ISBN: 0195642384. Book description

- Railways in Modern India, Oxford in India Readings: Themes in Modern India, OUP, New Delhi, 2001

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Keynes, John Maynard. Indian Currency and Finance, vol. I of Collected Writings, Macmillan, 197I.

Kidron, M., Foreign Investment in India, 1965.

Klein, Ira. “PLAGUE, POLICY AND POPULAR UNREST IN BRITISH INDIA”. Modern Asian Studies, 1988 22(4): 723-755.

- “POPULATION GROWTH AND MORTALITY IN BRITISH INDIA PART II: THE DEMOGRAPHIC REVOLUTION”. Indian Economic and Social History Review, 1990 27(1): 33-63.

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Kling, B. B., Partner in Empire: Dwarkanath Tagore,1976

- “The Origin of the Managing Agency House System in India”, reprinted in R. K. Ray (ed.), Entrepreneurship and Industry in India, 1800-1947, (New Delhi, 1992), 83-108.

Kling, B. B. and Pearson, M. N. (eds.), The Age of Partnership: Europeans in Asia Before Dominion (Honolulu, 1979).

Kooiman, D., Bombay Textile Labour, 1989

Kumar, D. (ed.), The Cambridge Economic History of India, Cambridge, 1982. **

Kurian, K. M., The Impact of Foreign Investment in India (New Delhi, 1966).

Lehmann, Frederick, “GREAT BRITAIN AND THE SUPPLY OF RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES OF INDIA: A CASE STUDY OF ECONOMIC IMPERIALISM”. Indian Economic and Social History Review [India] 1965 2(4): 297-306. ISSN: 0019-4646**

Levine, Philippa. “VENEREAL DISEASE, PROSTITUTION, AND THE POLITICS OF EMPIRE: THE CASE OF BRITISH INDIA”. Journal of the History of Sexuality 1994 4(4): 579-602

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Markovits, Claude, Indian business and nationalist politics, 1931-1939 : the indigenous capitalist class and the rise of the Congress Party,  New York, Cambridge University Press, 1985.

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Mathur, Rajul. “THE DELAY IN THE FORMATION OF THE RESERVE BANK OF INDIA: THE INDIA OFFICE PERSPECTIVE”. Indian Economic and Social History Review [India] 1988 25(2): 133-169.

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McLean, Douglas. “TILTING ON A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD: THE JAPANESE PENETRATION OF INDIA'S COASTAL SHIPPING, 1911-1915”. International Journal of Maritime History [Canada] 1993 5(2): 57-74.

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Morris, M.D., “Towards a Reinterpretation of 19th century Indian Economic History”, Journal of Economic History 1963 23(4): 606-618. ISSN: 0022-0507. Note.

- “South Asian Entrepreneurship and the Rashomon Effect 1889-1947”, Explorations in Economic History, 16 (1979), 341-61.

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Mukherjee, Aditya and Mukherjee, M., “Imperialism and Growth of Indian Capitalism in the Twentieth Century”, Economic and Political Weekly, 12 March 1988,531-46.

Murshid, Ghulam, Reluctant Debutant: Responses of Bengali Women to Modernization, 1983

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Pinch, William R., Peasants and Monks in British India, 1996

Pope, Andrew. “AUSTRALIAN GOLD AND THE FINANCE OF INDIA'S EXPORTS DURING WORLD WAR I: A CASE STUDY OF IMPERIAL CONTROL AND COORDINATION”. Indian Economic and Social History Review [India] 1996 33(2): 115-131

- “BRITISH STEAMSHIPPING AND THE INDIAN COASTAL TRADE, 1870-1915”. Indian Economic and Social History Review [India] 1995 32(1): 1-21.

Prakash, Gyan, (ed.), The World of the Rural Labourer in Colonial India, 1992

Rabitoy, Neil. “THE CONTROL OF FATE AND FORTUNE: THE ORIGINS OF THE MARKET MENTALITY IN BRITISH ADMINISTRATIVE THOUGHT IN SOUTH ASIA”. Modern Asian Studies,  1991 25(4): 737-764

Rao, T. S. Sanjeeva, A Short history of Modern Indian Shipping, Bombay, 1965.

Ray, Rajat K., Industrialization in India: Growth and Conflict in the Private Corporate Sector 1914-47, OUP Delhi 1979

Note review by D. K. Fieldhouse The English Historical Review, Vol. 96, No. 379. (Apr., 1981), pp. 416-418.

- “POLITICAL CHANGE IN BRITISH INDIA”, Indian Economic Social History Review, vol. 14, no. 4, 1977, pp. 493-517.

Note many references.

Rider, Thomas Duncan, "The Tariff Policy of the Government of lndia and its development Strategy, 1894-1924", Ph.D., Minnesota, 1971.

Note – See also O’Brien and B Chatterji

-'”Tariff Policy of the Government of India, Industrial Development 1894-1934'”, Journal of Economic History, 30, 1970

Robb, Peter, “British Rule and Indian "Improvement"”, The Economic History Review, New Series, Vol. 34, No. 4 (Nov., 1981), pp. 507-523

Rooth, Tim.  “ECONOMIC TENSIONS AND CONFLICT IN THE COMMONWEALTH, 1945-C. 1951”. Twentieth Century British History [Great Britain] 2002 13(2): 121-143.

Rothermund, Dietmar, Asian trade and European expansion in the age of mercantilism,  New Delhi, Manohar, 1981

- An economic history of India: from pre-colonial times to 1986, New Delhi, Manohar, 1988.**

Note review by C. A. Bayly in The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 49, No. 4. (Nov., 1990), pp. 979-980.

- Government. Landlord and Peasant in India. Agrarian Relations under British Rule 1865-1935, Wiesbaden, 1978

- India in the great depression, 1929-1939. New Delhi: Manohar Publications, 1992.

- “BRITISH FOREIGN TRADE POLICY IN INDIA DURING THE GREAT DEPRESSION”, Indian Economic Social History Review, 1981; 18; 349.

- “THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND BRITISH FINANCIAL POLICY IN INDIA 1929-34”, Indian Economic Social History Review, 1981; VOL. 18, NO. 1.

- Indian Economy Under British Rule and Other Essays, Manohar 1983

Roy, Rama Dev, “ASPECTS OF THE ECONOMIC DRAIN FROM INDIA DURING THE BRITISH RULE”, Social Scientist, vol. 15, no. 3 (Mar. 1987), pp. 39-47.

Roy, Tirthankar, The Economic History of India, 1857-1947, Oxford University Press, USA, 2001, ISBN: 0195651545. Book description

Roy, Tirthankar; Bayly, C. A. (Series Editor); Chandavarkar, Rajnarayan (Series Editor); Johnson, Gordon Johnson (Series Editor), Traditional Industry in the Economy of Colonial India (Cambridge Studies in Indian History and Society), Cambridge University Press, 1999, ISBN: 0521650127. Reviews

Rungta, R. S., The Rise of Business Corporations in India, 1851-1900, 1970

Rungta, Shyam,  Bowreah Cotton and Fort Gloster Jute Mills, 1872-1900”, Indian Economic and Social History Review, 22, 2. 1985.

Sharma, Sanjay, Famine, Philanthropy and the Colonial State: North India in the Early Nineteenth Century 2000

Siddiqi, Asiya (ed.), Trade and Finance in Colonial India, 1750-1860, 1995

Sangari, V. and Vaid, Sudesh (eds), Recasting Women: Essays in Colonial History, 1989

Sen, A. K.,  'Famine mortality: a study of the Bengal famine of 1943', in E. J. Hobsbawm et al., eds, Peasants in History, 1980

Sen, A., “The Pattern of British Enterprise in India, 1854-1914: A Causal Analysis”, reprinted in R. K. Ray (ed.), Entrepreneurship and Industry in India, 1800-1947 New Delhi, 1992, pp. 109-207.

Sen, Sunil Kumar, An economic history of modern India : 1848-1939,Calcutta, Progressive Publishers, 1981.**

Sen, Sunil Kumar and A. M. Chaudhuri, “Studies in Industrial Policy and Development of India (1858-1914)”, Bulletin of the Schools of oriental and African Studies, University of London vol. 25, no. 2, 1966.

Shah, K. T., Federal finance in India, D. B. Taraporevala & Sons, Bombay, 1929**

- Foreign obligations of India, 1937

Simmons, Colin. "DE-INDUSTRIALISATION," INDUSTRIALISATION AND THE INDIAN ECONOMY, C. 1850-1947. Modern Asian Studies,  1985 19(3): 593-622. ISSN: 0026-749X

- THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND INDIAN INDUSTRY: CHANGING INTERPRETATIONS AND CHANGING PERCEPTIONS. Modern Asian Studies, 1987 21(3): 585-623. ISSN: 0026-749

- “Indigenous Enterprise in the Indian Coal-Mining Industry 1835-1939”, Indian Economic and Social History Review 13, 1976.

- “The Indian Coal Industry between the Wars”, Salford Papers in Economic History, Salford, 1982.

Simmons, Colin, Clay, Helen, and Kirk, Robert. “ MACHINERY MANUFACTURE IN A COLONIAL ECONOMY: THE PIONEERING ROLE OF GEORGE HATTERSLEY AND SONS LTD. IN INDIA, 1919-43”. Indian Economic and Social History Review [India] 1983 20(3): 277-316. ISSN: 0019-4646

Singh, S. B., European Agency Houses in Bengal, 1783-1833, 1966

Singh, V. B. (ed.), Economic History of India, 1857-1956, Bombay, Allied Publishers, 1975.

Skidelski, Robert, “RETREAT FROM LEADERSHIP: THE EVOLUTION OF BRITISH FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY 1870-1939” in Rowland (ed.) Balance of power or hegemony;the inter-war monetary system. Publisher New York, U. P., 1976.

Srinivas, Mysore Narasimhachar. The cohesive role of sanskritization and other essays. Delhi; New York: Oxford University Press, 1989.

Srinivas, Roopa, Manish Tiwari, Sandeep Silas, Our Indian Railway, Foundation Books, New Delhi, 2006.

Stein, Burton (ed.), The Making of Agrarian Policy in British India, 1770-1900, 1992

Stein, Burton and Subrahmanyam, Sanjay (eds.), Institutions and Economic Change in South Asia, 1996

Stokes, Eric, The Peasant and the Raj: Studies in Agrarian Society and Peasant Rebellion in Colonial India, CUP, Cambridge, 1978

Note review by Metcalfe in The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 39, no. 1, Nov. 1979, pp. 111-119.

- The Peasant Armed (ed. Bayly, C.A.), Clarendon, Oxford, 1986

Stone, Ian, Canal Irrigation in British India (1984).

Summers, William C. “CHOLERA AND PLAGUE IN INDIA: THE BACTERIOPHAGE INQUIRY OF 1927-1936”. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 1993 48(3): 275-301

Suri, Promila & Zaidi, Indira, Impact of British rule on Indian economy, New Delhi, Raaj Prakashan, 1985.

Tann, Jennifer and John Aitken, “THE DIFFUSION OF THE STATIONARY STEAM ENGINE FROM BRITAIN TO INDIA 1790-1830”, Indian Economic Social History Review, 1992; 29; 199.

Thavaraj, M. J. K. “Framework of Economic Policies under British Rule”, Social Scientist, Vol. 7, No. 5. (Dec., 1978), pp. 13-44.

Thomas, P. J., The Growth of Federal Finance in India, OUP, 1940.

Note review by F. Noyce in The Economic Journal, vol. 50, no. 200, Dec. 1940, pp. 313-315.

Thorner, Daniel, Investment in Empire, British Railway and Steam Shipping Enterprise in India, 1825-1849, Philadelphia. 1950

- Symposium--The Patterns of Railway Development The Pattern of Railway Development in India”, The Far Eastern Quarterly, Vol. 14, No. 2. (Feb., 1955), pp. 201-216.

Timberg, T. A., The Marwaris, 1978

- 'Three Types of Marwari Firm', Indian Economic and Social history Review, 10 (1973), pp. 1-36

Tinker, Hugh, A New System of Slavery: The Export of Indian Labour Overseas, 1830-1920, Oxford 1974.

Tomlinson, B. R., The economy of modern India, 1860-1970, The New Cambridge history of India; 3/3, Cambridge University Press, 1993. Book description.

- The Political Economy of the Raj 1914-1947: The Economics of Decolonialization in India, MacMillan 1979**.

Note review by Morris David Morris in The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 41, No. 2. (Feb., 1982), pp. 405-407.

- “THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE RAJ: THE DECLINE OF COLONIALISM”, The Journal of Economic History, March 1982, pp. 133-137

Note – this is a summary and restatement of Tomlinson 1979.

- “INDIA AND THE BRITISH EMPIRE, 1880-1935”. Indian Economic and Social History Review [India] 1975 12 pp. 337 ff.

- “INDIA AND THE BRITISH EMPIRE, 1935-1947”. Indian Economic and Social History Review [India] 1976 13(3): 331-352. ISSN: 0019-4646

- “FOREIGN PRIVATE INVESTMENT IN INDIA 1920-1950”. Modern Asian Studies, 1978 12(4): 655-678. ISSN: 0026-749X

- “BRITAIN AND THE INDIAN CURRENCY CRISIS, 1930-32”. Economic History Review [Great Britain] 1979 32(1): 88-99. ISSN: 0013-0117

- “MONETARY POLICY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: THE RUPEE-RATIO QUESTION 1921-1927”. Economy and Society: Essays in Indian Economic and Social History (Delhi: Oxford U. Pr., 1979): 197-211.

- “COLONIAL FIRMS AND THE DECLINE OF COLONIALISM IN EASTERN INDIA 1914-1947”. Modern Asian Studies, 1981 15(3): 455-486. ISSN: 0026-749X

- “`British Business in India, 1860-1970”, in R. P. T. Davenport-Hines and G. Jones, The British in Asia since 1860, Cambridge, 1989, pp. 92-116.

- “WRITING HISTORY SIDEWAYS: LESSONS FOR INDIAN ECONOMIC HISTORIANS FROM MEIJI JAPAN”. Modern Asian Studies, 1985 19(3): 669-698. ISSN: 0026-749X. Summary conclusion

- “INDO-BRITISH RELATIONS IN THE POST-COLONIAL ERA: THE STERLING BALANCES NEGOTIATIONS, 1947-49”. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History [Great Britain] 1985 13(3): 142-162. ISSN: 0308-6534

- “THE HISTORICAL ROOTS OF INDIAN POVERTY: ISSUES IN THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF MODERN SOUTH ASIA: 1880-1960”. Modern Asian Studies [0026-749X] 1988 vol:22 iss:1 pg:123 -140

Tripathi, A.,  Trade and Finance in the Bengal Presidency, 1956

Tripathi, D. , Business Communities of India, 1984

- Business Houses in Western India:.. .1850-1956, 1990

Trivedi, H. M., “INDIA’S MERCHANT MARINE”, far Eastern Survey, vol. 18, no. 5 (Mar. 19, 1949), pp. 49-52.

Turnell, Sean, “Central Banking at the Periphery of the British Empire: Colonial Burma, 1886 - 1937” 2005

Tyson, Geoffrey, Danger in India, Calcutta 1932

Varady, Robert Gabriel, “Rail and Road Transportation in Nineteenth Century Awadh: Competition in a North India Province”, PhD thesis, University of Arizona, 1981.

Note-

“The work concludes that contrary to the railways’ enthusiastic backers’ expectations, trains had generally failed to attain their objectives. The Oude and Rohikund Railway had neither dislodged its road competition nor succeeded in functioning profitably. In the course of their operation, moreover, the railways had caused a number of unexpected social disturbances.” Quoted from abstract.

Venkataramani, M. S. Bengal Famine of 1943. Delhi, 1973.

Wagle, Dileep M., “IMPERIAL PREFERENCE AND THE INDIAN STEEL INDUSTRY, 1924-39”, Economic History Review [Great Britain] 1981 34(1): 120-131

- “The Impact of Tariff Protection on Indian Industrial Growth, 1918-1959: With Special Reference to the Steel, Cotton Mill and Sugar Industries”, Ph.D. thesis, University of Cambridge, 1975.

Washbrook, D., 'Law State and Agrarian Society in Colonial India', Modern Asian Studies 5: 3 (1981), pp. 649-72.

-  `Economic Depression and the Making of "Traditional" Society inColonial India, 1820-1855’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 1993.

Whitcombe, Elizabeth,  Agrarian Conditions in Northern India: The United Provinces under British Rule, 1860-1900, 1972

Wolcott, Susan, “British Myopia and the Collapse of Indian Textile Demand”, The Journal of Economic History, Vol. 51, No. 2. (Jun., 1991), pp. 367-384. **

 

6.1.1 Science, Technology and Scientific, Technical and Vocational Education

Arnold, David, Science, Technology and Medicine in Colonial India, CUP, 2000

Note - Review by Thomas R. Metcalf in Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Vol. 32, No. 1. (Summer, 2001), pp. 164-165.

Bhattacharya, Sabyasachi, 'Cultural Constraints on Technological Innovation and Economic Development: Some Case Studies' , Indian Economic and Social History Review, vol. 3, issue no. 3, 1966, pp. 240-67.

Baber, Zaheer, “Science, technology and colonial power in India: A study in the historical sociology of science”, Ph.D. thesis, University of Toronto (Canada), 1993, 475 pages; AAT NN82928.

- The Science of Empire: Scientific Knowledge, Civilization and Colonial Rule in India, New York, State University Press, 1996.

Crane, Robert J., Technical Education and Economic Development in India Before World War I in Education and Economic Development ed. C. Arnold Anderson and Mary Jean Bowman, Aldine, Chicago 1965.**

Dionne, Russel and Roy Macleod, 'Science and Policy in British India , 18581914: Perspectives on Persisting Belief', in Asie du Sud: Traditions et Changements, Paris, 1979

Emmott, D. H. Alexander Duff and the Foundation of Modern Education in India”, British Journal of Educational Studies, Vol. 13, No. 2. (May, 1965), pp. 160-169.

Geijerstam, Jan, Landscapes of Technology Transfer: Swedish Ironmakers in India: 1860-1864, Jernkontorets Bergshistoriska, Skriftserie 42, Stockholm, 2004.

Ghosh, Suresh Chandra, “The Utilitarianism of Dalhousie and the Material Improvement of India”, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 12, No. 1. (1978), pp. 97-110.

Gorman, Mel, “Introduction of Western Science into Colonial India: Role of the Calcutta Medical College”, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 132, No. 3. (Sep., 1988), pp. 276-298.

Habib, S. Irfan and Dhruv Raina, Social History of Science in Colonial India, Oxford in India Readings – Themes in Indian History, OUP, New Delhi, 2007.**

- 'Copernicus, Columbus, Colonialism and the Role of Science in Nineteenth Century India', Social Scientist,  1989, pp. 51-66.

Headrick, Daniel, The Tools of Empire: Technology and European Imperialism in the Nineteenth Century, New Delhi, 1981.

Khan, S.H., 'Islam and Science', in W.T. Bary et al., Sources of Indian Tradition, Delhi, p. 746

R.K. Kochhar, 'Science as a Tool in British India', Economic and Political Weekly, 17 August 1991, pp. 1927-37

- 'Science in British India, II. Indian Response, Current Science, vol. 64, no. 1, 10 January 1992, pp. 55-62.

Kumar, Deepak, “Science and Society in Colonial India: Exploring an Agenda”, Social Scientist, Vol. 28, No. 5/6. (May - Jun., 2000), pp. 24-46.

- Science and the Raj, New Delhi, 1995

- `Racial Discrimination and Science in Nineteenth Century India’, Indian Economic and Social History Review, vol. 19, 1982.

- 'The "Culture" of Science and the Colonial Culture, India 18201920, British Journal of History of Science, vol. 29, 1996, pp. 195-209.

Lang, Seán, “SAVING INDIA THROUGH ITS WOMEN”, History Today, vol. 55, no. 9, pp. 46-51.

Note – “(In the mid-1880s), … when her husband was of India, Lady Dufferin had set up the National Association for the Supply of Female Medical Aid to the Women of India, generally known as the Dufferin Fund. As its name suggested, the Fund, which was still operating, supplied female doctors and midwives to work in women’s hospitals in India. However, the Fund was always about more than just medicine; it played a significant political role at a highly delicate stage in the development of British rule in India. Queen Mary was fully”. Quoted from History Today site.

Larwood, H. J. C., “Science in India before 1850”, British Journal of Educational Studies, Vol. 7, No. 1. (Nov., 1958), pp. 36-49. 

MacLeod, Roy M., “SCIENTIFIC ADVICE FOR BRITISH INDIA: IMPERIAL PERCEPTIONS AND ADMINISTRATIVE GOALS, 1898-1923”, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 9, No. 3. (1975), pp. 343-384.

Scott L. Montgomery, Science in Translation: Movement of Knowledge through Cultures and Time, Chicago, 2000.

Morehouse, Ward, “Confronting a Four-Dimensional Problem: Science, Technology, Society, and Tradition in India and Pakistan”, Technology and Culture, Vol. 8, No. 3. (Jul., 1967), pp. 363-375.

Prakash, Gyan, Another Reason: Science and the Imagination of Modern India, Princeton University Press, 1999.

Note – reviews by Abha Sur in Isis 91, no. 3, 2000 and Roy MacLeod in  American Historical Review, Dec. 2000.

- 'Science Between the Lines’, in Subaltern Studies, Shahid Amin and Dipesh Chakrabarty (eds), New Delhi, 1996, vol. 9, pp. 59-82.

Qaiser, Ahsan Jan, The Indian Response to European Technology and Culture: 1498-1707, New Delhi, 1982.

Rahman, A. (ed.), Science and Technology in Indian Culture: A Historical Perspective, New Delhi, 1984

Raina, Dhruv, Images and Contexts: The Historiography of Science and Modernity in India, New Delhi, 2003a

Raina, Dhruv and S. Irfan Habib, “BHADRALOK PERCEPTIONS OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURAL NATIONALISM”, Indian Economic Social History Review, vol. 32, no. 1, 1995, pp. 95-117.

- ‘The Moral Legitimation of Modern Science: Bhadralok Reflections on Theories of Evolution’,Social Studies of Science, Vol. 26, No. 1. (Feb., 1996), pp. 9-42.

-`Beyond the Diffusionist History of Colonial Science' , Social Epistemology, vol. 17, no. 2, 1998, pp. 203-13.

- Domesticating Modern Science: A Social History of Science and Culture in India, New Delhi, 2004

- 'The Unfolding of an Engagement: The Dawn on Science, Technical Education and Industrialization', Studies in History, vol 9, no.1, 1993

Raj, Kapil, “Milieux and Metaphor: Colonial Encounters and the Forging of New Knowledge and National Identities: Great Britain and India, 1760-1850”, Osiris, 2nd Series, Vol. 15, Nature and Empire: Science and the Colonial Enterprise. (2000), pp. 119-134.

Sangwan, Satpal, “Science Education in India under Colonial Constraints, 1792-1857”, Oxford Review of Education, Vol. 16, No. 1. (1990), pp. 81-95.

Sen, S.N., 'The Character of the Introduction of Western Science in India during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries' , Indian Journal of History of Science, vol. 1 and 2, 1988, pp. 112-22.

Weston, E.T., Technical Vocational Education, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 145 part 2 India, Sept. 1929, pp. 151-160

 

6.2. Princely States

Ashton, S. R., British policy towards the Indian states, 1905-1939. Curzon Press, 1982.

Copland, Ian. “CONGRESS PATERNALISM: THE "HIGH COMMAND" AND THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM IN PRINCELY INDIA, C. 1920-1940”. South Asia [Australia] 1985 8(1-2): 121-140.

Copland, Ian, The Princes of India and the Endgame of Empire, 1917-47, 1997. Brief summary.

- “CONGRESS PATERNALISM: THE "HIGH COMMAND" AND THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM IN PRINCELY INDIA, C. 1920-1940”. South Asia [Australia] 1985 8(1-2): 121-140.

- “LORD MOUNTBATTEN AND THE INTEGRATION OF THE INDIAN STATES: A REAPPRAISAL”. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History [Great Britain] 1993 21(2): 385-408.

 - “ THE POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY OF RELIGIOUS CONFLICT: TOWARDS AN EXPLANATION OF THE RELATIVE INFREQUENCY OF COMMUNAL RIOTS IN THE INDIAN PRINCELY STATES”. International Journal of Punjab Studies [India] 2000 7(1): 1-27.

- “THE PRINCELY STATES, THE MUSLIM LEAGUE, AND THE PARTITION OF INDIA IN 1947”. International History Review [Canada] 1991 13(1): 38-69.

Corfield, Conrad. The princely India I knew, from Reading to Mountbatten. Madras: Indo-British Historical Society, 1975.

De Montmorency, J., The Indian States and Indian Federation, Cambridge, 1942

Dwivedi, Sharada, Maharaja :Princely States, Vendome Press, ISBN: 0865652228. Book description.

Jeffrey, Robin (ed.), People, princes, and paramount power: society and politics in the Indian princely states, Oxford University Press, Delhi 1978.

Kooiman, Dick. “ WHY LESS COMMUNALISM IN THE INDIAN PRINCELY STATES? A DISCUSSION OF THEIR UNSECULAR MODE OF GOVERNANCE”. International Journal of Punjab Studies [India] 2001 8(1): 57-78.

Mennon, V. P. The Story of the Integration of the Indian States, Longmans, Green, 1956

Phadnis, Urmila, Towards the integration of Indian states, 1919-1947, Asia Publishing House, 1968.

Ramusack, Barbara, The Princes of India in the Twilight of Empire. Dissolution of a Patron - Client System. 1914-1939, Columbus, Ohio State U. P., 1978*. Reviews

- The Indian Princes and Their States, Cambridge University Press, 2004

Varadarajan, M. K., The Indian States and the Federation, Oxford, 1939.

Williams, L. F. Rushbrook, Inside Both Indias 1914-1938, Earle & Ludlow, u.d. but seems to be about 1975.

 

6.3. British Indian Administration

Alexander, H. N. L., “DISCARDING THE ‘STEEL FRAME’: CHANGING IMAGES AMONG INDIAN CIVIL SERVANTS IN THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY” South Asia, New Series, v. 2 (1982), 1-12

- “The ruling servants: the Indian Civil Service, 1878-1923”, PhD thesis, University of Sydney (Australia), 1977; AAT CA88878

Arora, K. C., The steel frame: Indian civil service since 1860, Sanchar Pub. House, 1996, ISBN: 8172030347

Barrier, N. G. (ed.), The Census in British India, 1981

Bayly, C. A. , Empire and Information: Intelligence Gathering and Social Communication in India, 1780-1870, Cambridge, CUP, 1996

- “KNOWING THE COUNTRY: EMPIRE AND INFORMATION IN INDIA”. Modern Asian Studies, 1993 27(1): 3-43.

Beaglehole, T. H. “FROM RULERS TO SERVANTS: THE I.C.S. AND THE BRITISH DEMISSION OF POWER IN INDIA”. Modern Asian Studies [Great Britain] 1977 11(2): 237-255.**

Bence-Jones, Mark. Viceroys of India. London: Constable, 1982.

Blyth, Robert J. “BRITAIN VERSUS INDIA IN THE PERSIAN GULF: THE STRUGGLE FOR POLITICAL CONTROL, C. 1928-48”. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History [Great Britain] 2000 28(1): 90-111.

Campion, David Andrew, “Watchmen of the Raj: The United Provinces police, 1870--1931 and the dilemmas of colonial policing in British India”, Ph.D. thesis, University of Virginia, 2002, 292 pages; AAT 3044903. Brief summary.

Coen, T., The Indian Political Service; A Study in Indirect Rule, Chatto & Windus, 1971

Cohn, Bernard S. The development and impact of British administration in India ; a bibliographic essay. New Delhi, Indian Institute of Public Administration, 1961.**

Compton, J. M. “INDIANS AND THE INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE, 1853-1879. A STUDY IN NATIONAL AGITATION AND IMPERIAL EMBARRASSMENT”. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland 1967 (3-4): 99-113.

- “OPEN COMPETITION AND THE INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE 1854-1876”. English Historical Review 1968 83(327): 265-284..

Copland, Ian, The Other Guardians: Ideology and Performance in the Indian Political Service in Jeffrey, Robin (ed.), People, princes, and paramount power: society and politics in the Indian princely states, Oxford University Press, Delhi 1978.

Cowell, Herbert, History and Constitution of the Courts and Legislative Authorities in India, Calcutta, 1936.

Dewey, Clive, Anglo-Indian Attitudes: The Mind of the Indian Civil Service, Hambledon & London,  2003, ISBN: 1852850973

- The Education of a Ruling Caste: The Indian Civil Service in the Era of Competitive Examination', English Historical Review, lxxxviii (1973), 262-85

Epstein, Simon. “DISTRICT OFFICERS IN DECLINE: THE EROSION OF BRITISH AUTHORITY IN THE BOMBAY COUNTRYSIDE, 1919 TO 1947”. Modern Asian Studies, 1982 16(3): 493-518. Brief summary.

Ewing, Ann, Administering India: The Indian Civil Service, ASIN: B0000CR1DK

- “The Indian Civil Service, 1919-1942” unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Cambridge University, 1980.

- “ADMINISTERING INDIA: THE INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE”, History Today, Volume: 32 Issue: 6 June 1982, Page 43 - 48

- “THE INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE 1919-1924: SERVICE DISCONTENT AND THE RESPONSE IN LONDON AND IN DELHI”. Modern Asian Studies,1984 vol:18 iss:1 pg:33-53. Brief summary.

Ghosal, A. K. Civil Service in India Under the East India Company. Calcutta, 1944.

Gilmour, David, Curzon, J. Murray, 1994.

- The Ruling Caste: Imperial Lives in the Victorian Raj, John Murray, 2005

Griffiths, Percival G., To Guard My People: The History of the Indian: Police, London 1971.

Hogben, W. Murray. “AN IMPERIAL DILEMMA: THE RELUCTANT INDIANIZATION OF THE INDIAN POLITICAL SERVICE”. Modern Asian Studies 1981 15(4): 751-769.

Honda, “Indian civil servants, 1892-1937: an age of transition”, D.Phil., Oxford, 1997

Note - Based upon a survey of 1,259 men, the backgrounds of the officers are analysed. Their contribution to the making of the reforms policy during 1916-1919 and under the 1935 Act is then examined.

Hopkins, A. G., Anglo-Indian Attitudes: The Mind of the Indian Civil Service, 1993.

Hunt, R and Harrison, J, The District Officer in India, 1930-1947, Scholar Press, 1980, ISBN: 0859675602

Note – See review by Ann Ewing in Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 16, No. 3. (1982), pp. 522-523

Ilbert, Courtenay, The Government of India, Oxford, 1916.

Jain, M.V., Outlines of Indian Legal History, Bombay, 1972

Jalal, Ayesha. Democracy and authoritarianism in South Asia: a comparative and historical perspective. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Kaye, Sir John W., The Administration of the East India Company, 1853

-. Lives of Indian Officers. 2 vols., 1904.

Kirk-Greene, Anthony. Britain's Imperial Administrators, 1858-1966, Macmillan, 2000.

Kumar, Deepak, “Science policy of the Raj (1857-1905)”, Ph.D. thesis, University of Delhi (India), 1986; AAT C071160. Brief summary

MacDonald, James Ramsay. The Awakening of India. Hodder & Stoughton, 1910.

- The Government of India. Swarthmore Press, 1919.

Mason, Philip, (originally published under the pseudo. Philip Woodruff), The men who ruled India, St. Martin's press, 1954.

Misra, B. B., 1834-1947: The Administrative History of India: General Administration, OUP 1970**

- The Bureaucracy of India, An Historical Analysis up to 1947, 1971

Note review by Thomas R. Metcalf in Pacific Affairs, Vol. 47, No. 1. (Spring, 1974), pp. 95-96.

- The Indian Political Parties, An Historical Analysis of Political Behaviour up to 1947, Delhi 1976

- The Bureaucracy in India, OUP 1977

- The Central Administration of the East India Company 1773-1834, Manchester, 1959/ The Administration of the East India Company,. New York, 1960

Maheshwari, Shriram, The evolution of Indian administration, Agra : Lakshmi Narain Agarwal, 1970.

Moir, M. I.,  "A Study in the History and Organisation of the political and Secret Department of East India Company, the Board of Control and the India Office, 1784-1919", M.A., London, 1966.

Morris, Jones, The Government and Politics of India, New York Anchor Books 1967

Mosley, Leonard, Curzon: the End of an Epoch, Longmans, 1961

Narsaiah, Panjala. “SOCIAL BACKGROUND OF GOVERNORS IN INDIA”. Political Science Review [India] 1975 14(3-4): 93-100

O’Dwyer, Sir Michael, India as I Knew It, Constable, 1925

O'Malley, L. S. S. (Lewis Sydney Steward), The Indian civil service, 1601-1930, Frank Cass, 1965 (first published 1931).*

Popplewell, Richard. “THE SURVEILLANCE OF INDIAN REVOLUTIONARIES IN GREAT BRITAIN AND ON THE CONTINENT, 1903-14”. Intelligence and National Security [Great Britain] 1988 3(1): 56-76. Brief summary.

Potter, David C., India's political administrators, 1919-1983, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1986.*

Note – see review by Peter Robb in the Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 53, No. 3 (1990), pp. 548-549

- 'Manpower Shortage and the End of Colonialism: The Case of the Indian Civil Service', Modern Asian Studies, vii (1973), 47-73

Rashiduzzaman, M., The Central Legislature in British India, 1921-1947, Mullick 1965.

Ruthnaswamy, Mariadas, Some Influences that Made the British Administrative System in India, Luzac, 1939

Sharan, Parmatma, The Imperial Legislative Council, 1861-1920, Delhi, 1961.

Sharma, Malti, Indianization of the Civil Services in British India, 1858-1935, New Delhi, Manak Publications, 2001.

Shukla, J. D., Indianisation of All-India Services and Its Impact on Administration 1834-1947, Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 1982.

Note – review by Peter Robb in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 49, No. 3 (1986), pp. 628-629.

Silvestri, Michael Sean, “’The dirty work of empire’: Policing, political violence and public order in colonial Bengal, 1905-1947”, Ph.D., Columbia University, 1998, 415 pages; AAT 9834378.

Singh, R. P., The Central Legislature in India, 1909-1935,

Note – review by Leonard A. Gordon in The American Historical Review, Vol. 94, No. 2. (Apr., 1989), pp. 507-508.

Spangenberg, Bradford, British bureaucracy in India : status, policy, and the I.C.S. in the late 19th century, New Delhi, published by Ramesh C. Jain for Manohar Book Service, 1976. Brief summary.

-  (ed.), British Attitudes Towards the Employment of Indians in the Civil Service: Report of the Public Services Commission (1886-7), Delhi, 1977.

Stratchey, John, Sir, India: Its Administration and Progress, 1911 (Introduction Sir Thomas W. Holderness)

Tate,  R.S. , "The Home Government of India, 1834-1853", Ph.D., London, 1972.

Turney, Paul Herbert, Indianization of the Indian Civil Service,: 1864-1914, ASIN: B00072R39M, 1973

Tinker, Hugh, Foundations of Local Self-Government in India, Pakistan and Burma, Praeger, 1968

van den Dungen, Petrus H. M., The Punjab Tradition: Influence an Authority in Nineteenth-Century India, London 1972

Vittachi, T.,  The Brown Sahib, 1962

Zaidi, Z.H. , "The Partition of Bengal and its Annulment-Survey of the Schemes of Territorial Redistribution of Bengal", Ph.D., London, 1964.

Zoberi,  Z.H. , "The Relations Between the Home and Indian Governments, 1858-1870", Ph.D., London, 1949.

 

6.4. British Indian Army

Alavi , Seema, The Sepoys and the Company, 1995

Barua, Pradeep P., Gentlemen of the Raj : The Indian Army Officer Corps, 1817-1949, Westport, Praeger, 2003. Reviews

Beaumont, Roger A., Sword of the Raj : the British army in India, 1747-1947, Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1977.

Bhattacharya, Sanjoy. “BRITISH MILITARY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES AND THE SOUTH ASIAN SOLDIER: EASTERN INDIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR”. Modern Asian Studies 2000 34(2): 483-510.

Brett, Reginald Baliol, 2nd Viscount Esher. Report of the Committee appointed to enquire into the administration and organization of the Army in India (Army in India), 1920 [CMD 943]

Farwell, Byron, Armies of the Raj : from the mutiny to independence, 1858-1947, New York, Norton, 1989.

Fujiwara, Iwaichi  F. Kikan: Japanese Army Intelligence Operations in Southeast Asia During World War II, Heinemann (1983), ISBN-10: 9622250726; ISBN-13: 978-9622250727 re. INA

Greenhut, Jeffrey, “Race, Sex, and War: The Impact of Race and Sex on Morale and Health Services for the Indian Corps on the Western Front, 1914”, Military Affairs, Vol. 45, No. 2. (Apr., 1981), pp. 71-74.

Gupta, Partha Sarathi and Deshpande, Anirudh,