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The present work originated from a series of informal conversations with younger Japanese researchers specializing in South Asian studies about the existing state of affairs in Japan. Concerned with a growing neonationalist political trend in Japanese society since the 1990s, they would sometimes illustrate that trend with the strange and distorted images of such Indian historical characters as...
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This bibliography is intended to serve two purposes: 1) reference the primary source materials related to the life of Radhabinod Pal, and 2) list major secondary works cited in notes twice or more. Full source information is given in a note at first mention of a cited work.
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Nariaki Nakazato, Emeritus Professor at the University of Tokyo, earned BA and MA degrees in Asian history from the University of Tokyo, before successfully defending his PhD dissertation at Calcutta University. Following a teaching engagement at Kobe University, he was appointed professor of South Asian history at the Institute of Oriental Culture at the...
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This series charts the frontiers of Asia in global perspective. Central to its con-cerns are Asian interactions—political, economic, social, cultural, and historical—that are transnational and global, that cross and redefine borders and networks, including those of nation, region, ethnicity, gender, technology, and demography. It looks to multiple methodologies to chart the dynamics of...
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