Imperial Encounters Religion and Modernity in India and Britain
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Description: Exploring the claim that historical experience of empire is common to both the colonizer and the colonized, this work takes the case of religion to examine the mutual impact of Britain's colonization of India upon Indian and British culture.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publication date: 4/9/2001
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Secularity and Religion|
|The Separation of Church and State|
|The Moral State: Religion, Nation, and Empire|
|The Moral State in Britain|
|The Colonial Mission in India|
|The Spirits of the Age: Spiritualism and Political Radicalism|
|India's Spiritual Heritage|
|Moral Muscle: Masculinity and Its Religious Uses|
|The Internal Enemy|
|Monumental Texts: Orientalism and the Critical Edition of India's National Heritage|
|India's Adoption of German Wissenschaft|
|Texts and the Nationalist Imaginaire|
|Speaking, Writing, Watching|
|The Aryan Myth|
|From Language to Skulls|
|Race, Class and Criminality|