From subjects to citizens : society and the everyday state in India and Pakistan, 1947-1970
From subjects to citizens : society and the everyday state in India and Pakistan, 1947-1970 / edited by Taylor C. Sherman, William Gould, Sarah Ansari.
|Main Authors:||Sherman, Taylor C., (Author), Gould, William, 1973- (Author), Ansari, Sarah F. D., (Author)|
Table of Contents:
- Personal law and citizenship in India's transition to independence / Eleanor Newbigin
- From subjects to citizens? : rationing, refugees and the publicity of corruption over independence in UP / William Gould
- Performing peace : Gandhi's assassination as a critical moment in the consolidation of the Nehruvian state / Yasmin Khan
- Migration, citizenship and belonging in Hyderabad (Deccan), 1946-1956 / Taylor C. Sherman
- Punjabi refugees' rehabilitation and the Indian state : discourses, denials and dissonances / Ian Talbot
- Sovereignty, governmentality and development in Ayub's Pakistan : the case of Korangi Township / Markus Daechsel
- Everyday expectations of the state during Pakistan's early years : letters to the editor, Dawn (Karachi), 1950-1953 / Sarah Ansari
- Concrete 'progress' : irrigation, development and modernity in mid-twentieth century Sind / Daniel Haines
- Partition narratives : displaced trauma and culpability among British civil servants in 1940s Punjab / Catherine Coombs.