Table of contents for Visual histories : photography in the popular imagination / by Malavika Karlekar.


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Introduction
THE COLONIAL EYE: Under Canvas and Within Compounds
'Fixing' the Subject
A Raja's Realm
A Performative Space
The Photograph and its Accoutrements
Glass-plate Negatives in Bullock Carts
Parda and a Poniard
Shooting the Sublime
The Empire and an Aficionado
Through a Prism Darkly
Theatre of War
Sites of Past Conflict
A Sky of Inky Tint
A Racy Counter-Narrative
Postcards from Home
Panoply of the Raj
IMAGING INDIA: Reading the Pose
Ephemeral Encounters
Cameras in the Classroom
A Grand Old Man
Tales of an Elephant and a Mule
Imaging the Other
A Child Widow's Story
A Dancer in the Darkroom
Ways of Engaging
Sacred Spaces
Views Behind the Veil
Memorializing the Mahatma
A Monsoon of Hatred and Despair
An Iconic Observer
Histories on the Wall
The 'Second Creature'
Readings



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Photography -- Social aspects -- India -- History -- 19th century.
Photography -- Social aspects -- India -- History -- 20th century.
Photography -- India -- History -- 19th century.
Photography -- India -- History -- 20th century.
India -- Social conditions -- 19th century.
India -- Social conditions -- 20th century.