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India in the world : 1500 to the present

Title
India in the world : 1500 to the present / edited by Rajeshwari Dutt and Nico Slate.
ISBN
9781032494647
1032494646
9781032494654
1032494654
9781003393962
Publication
New York : Routledge, 2024.
Copyright Notice Date
©2024
Physical Description
ix, 215 pages : illustration ; 24 cm.
Summary
"If we look back at world history in the past five hundred years, it is evident that Indian ideas, peoples, and goods helped drive world connections. From the quest to discover the Indies that drove Iberian rulers to fund costly expeditions that ultimately connected the Old World with the Americas to Gandhi's creed of non-violence that created transnational resistance movements, India has been crucial to world history. In what ways have the movement of goods, people, and ideas from India served to connect the world? Conversely, how has India's global history shaped the many boundaries and inequalities that have divided the world despite, and at times because of, the transnational connections often lumped together under the aegis of globalization? Through its emphasis on both linkages and boundaries, India in the World examines the range of connections between India and the world in a truly global perspective"-- Provided by publisher.
Other formats
Online version: India in the world New York : Routledge, 2024
Format
Books
Language
English
Added to Catalog
April 16, 2024
Series
Routledge studies in modern history.
Routledge studies in modern history
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Servile labor in India in a global context, 1500-1900 / Titas Chakraborty
Woven, mined, milled, and packed: the global destinies of Indian commodities, 1500-2023 / Ben Siegel
The news of 1857: the Indian Uprising and Belize during Yucatán's Caste war / Rajeshwari Dutt
Would you deprive him of toddy?': Singapore's English-language press, and the racialization of alcohol consumption by Indians, 1900-1960 / Alexandra Sundarsingh
Conspiracy in Meerut: a global history of colonial India, 1929-1933 / Michele Louro
Nonviolence and nonalignment: Indian foreign policy and the American Civil Rights movement, 1936-1964 / Nico Slate
Mohandas the man, Mahatma the legend: Gandhian legacies outside the Subcontinent / Trishula Patel
To the students: education for nonviolence in the world / David Busch
A Bombay periodical, Indian non-alignment & Afro-Asian internationalism / Swapna Kona Nayudu.
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