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Unfamiliar relations : family and history in South Asia / edited by Indrani Chatterjee.

by Chatterjee, Indrani.
Publisher: New Brunswick : Rutgers University Press, 2004Description: 302 p. ; 22 cm. (hbk).ISBN: 0813533805.Subject(s): family | India
Contents:
Honouring the family: narratives and politics of kinship in pre-Colonial Rajasthan / Ramya Sreenivasan -- The family feud as a political resource in eighteenth-century India / Sumit Guha -- Becoming and making 'family' in Hindustan / Michael H. Fisher -- White Mughals: the case of James Achilles Kirkpatrick and Khair un-Nissa / William Dalrymple -- 'Family' as a contested concept in early-nineteenth-century Madras / Sylvia Vatuk -- Kin, clan, and power in colonial South India / Pamela G. Price -- Gossip, taboo, and writing family history / Indrani Chatterjee -- Domesticated convicts: producing families in the Andaman Islands / Satadru Sen.
List(s) this item appears in: Colonialism and India
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Includes bibliographic references and index.

Honouring the family: narratives and politics of kinship in pre-Colonial Rajasthan / Ramya Sreenivasan -- The family feud as a political resource in eighteenth-century India / Sumit Guha -- Becoming and making 'family' in Hindustan / Michael H. Fisher -- White Mughals: the case of James Achilles Kirkpatrick and Khair un-Nissa / William Dalrymple -- 'Family' as a contested concept in early-nineteenth-century Madras / Sylvia Vatuk -- Kin, clan, and power in colonial South India / Pamela G. Price -- Gossip, taboo, and writing family history / Indrani Chatterjee -- Domesticated convicts: producing families in the Andaman Islands / Satadru Sen.

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