Colonial India

Fall 2007 | Volume 27, Number 1 | Download PDF

Colonial India

In This Issue

“Colonial India”. Also, a tribute to Irene Joshi, an accomplished colleague and South Asia specialist.

Cartographic Resources for the Study of Colonial South Asia at the Digital South Asia Library

Three important South Asia cartographic resources now accessible online. Also, a synopsis of the life and work of Sir William Wilson Hunter, an enthusiastic historian, author, and editor of the Imperial Gazetteer of India.

European Imperialism and Colonial Response

Valparaiso University history professor on using CRL resources in a seminar on “European Imperialism and Colonial Response.”

Some Sources on Early Colonial South Asia

Highlights—with links to CRL's catalog—of important South Asia collections in print, microfilm, and electronic form.

Preserving Urdu Journals: Center for South Asia Libraries Receives British Library Grant

A grant to the Center for South Asia Libraries from the British Library’s Endangered Archives Programme will support preservation of rare and fragile Indian journals.

A Library Survey Tool for South Asia

An online survey tool developed by the Council on American Overseas Research Centers for collecting data on libraries and collections in South Asia.

Some Recent CRL Acquisitions Related to Colonial India

Some highlights of recently acquired source materials on Colonial India.

Brahmins of Bengal, from The Great Indian Religions, published by Ward, Lock, Bowden and Co., London, 1892.