Table of contents for Rethinking 1857 / edited by Sabyasachi Bhattacharya.


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HISTORIES
1    Interpreting 1857 A Case Study                       3
K. C. YADAV
2    Religious Rhetoric in the Delhi Uprising of 1857    22
WILLIAM DALRYMPLE
3    Re-Assessing Writings on the Rebellion: Savarkar to  44
Surendra Nath Sen
R, P SINGH
4    Understanding s857                                  58
IRFAN HABIB
MARGINAL COMMUNITIES IN 1857
5.   The 1857 Uprising and Civil Rebellion in Jharkband  69
L. N. RANA
6    Rebellion in a 'Little-Known' District of the Empire: 1 s57  96
and the Hos of Singhbhum
SANJUKTA DAS GUPTA
7    On the Margins of a National Uprising: Dynamics       120
of 1857 in Chotanagpur
SHASHANK SINHA
8.   Dalits and Memories of 857                            143
BADRI NARAYAN
REGIONS BEYOND THE NORTH INDIAN GANGETIC HEARTLAND
9.   Panic Sunday in Calcutta: 4 June 1857                 165
BASUDEB CHATTOPADHYAY
10.  The Revolt of 1857, Rebellious Prelude and Nationalist  180
Response in Tamil Nadu
N. RAJENDRAN
11. Historiography of Literature and Sources on the Uprising  210
of 1857 in North East India
DAVID R. SYIEMLIEH
ALTERNATIVE POLITY
12.  Rereading the Texts: Rebel Writings in 1857-58       221
TAPTI ROY
13.  Indigenous Discourse and Modern Historiography of i857:  237
The Case Study of Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah
SAIYID ZAHEER HUSAIN JAFRI
14.  '1857'and theCommunication Crisis                    261
DEEP KANTA LAHIRI CHOUDHURY
15. Structural Anatomy of the Rebel Forces during         283
the Great Mutiny of 1857-58: Equipment, Logistics
and Recruitment Reconsidered
KAUSHIK ROY



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: India History Sepoy Rebellion, 1857-1858 Congresses