Table of contents for A South-Asian history of Britain / Michael Fisher, Shompa Lahiri, and Shinder Thandi.

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Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1
Earliest Asian Visitors and Settlers during the Pre-colonial Period, c. 1600-1750s 
Michael H. Fisher
Chapter 2
Asian Arrivals during Early Colonialism, 1750s-1790s
Michael H. Fisher
Chapter 3
Widening and Deepening of the South Asian Presence in Britain, 1790s-1830s
Michael H. Fisher
Chapter 4
South Asian Settlers and Transient Networks and Communities in Britain, 1830s-1857
Michael H. Fisher
Chapter 5
Indian Victorians, 1857-1901
Shompa Lahiri
Chapter 6
From Empire to Decolonisation, 1901-1947
Shompa Lahiri
Chapter 7
Migrating to the Mother Country: South Asian Settlement and the Post-War Boom 1947-80
Shinder Thandi
Chapter 8
From Adversity to Celebration: South Asian experience in Britain since the 1980s
Shinder Thandi
Further Reading
Notes
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

South Asians -- Great Britain -- History.
South Asians -- Great Britain -- Social conditions.