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Xenophobia in seventeenth-century India [electronic resource] / Gijs Kruijtzer.

Author/Creator:
Kruijtzer, Gijs.
Publication:
[Leiden] : Leiden University Press, 2009.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (326 p.)
Edition:
1. Leiden University Press ed.
Series:
LUP dissertations.
LUP dissertations
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Subjects:
Xenophobia -- India -- History -- 17th century.
India -- Ethnic relations.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
It is tempting to think of precolonial India as a harmonious society, but was it?
Contents:
Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction The ethics of writing the Precolonial; Ch1. A Dutch Painter in Bijapur: National sentiment and European-ness as reflected in the Relation between the Dutch and the Portuguese in the Early Century; Ch2. The Queen and the Usurper: Deccanis vs. Westerners in Bijapur around 1636; Ch3. The Right and Left hand disputes in Chennapatnam in 1652-55: a Minimal group Experiment in Seventeenth-Century India; Ch4. Saying one thing, doing another? Shivaji and Deccani Patriotism 1674-1680; Ch5. Anxiety in Aurangzeb's Deccan Marathas, Sidis and Keigwin
s Rebellion 1683-84Ch6. Madanna, Akkanna and the Brahmin Revolution in Golkonda 1674-86; Conclusion Human Nature in a Seventeenth-Century Environment; Epilogue Aurangzeb/Shivaji and the Eighteenth Century; APPENDIX I DUTCH USAGE FOR MUSLIM AND HINDU; APPENDIX II AURANZEB ON STRATAGEM; APPENDIX III ON THE AUTHENTICITY OF SHIVAJI'S AND SIDI MAS'UD'S LETTERS TO MALOJI GHORPADE; LIST OF ABBREVIATED REFERENCES; REPOSITORIES OF UNPUBLISHED SOURCES; SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX
Notes:
"Entirely revised from the author's dissertation Xenophobia and consciousness in seventeenth-century India : six cases from the Deccan, 2008"--T.p. verso.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [295]-305) and index.
ISBN:
1-282-40212-9
9786612402128
90-485-1094-5
OCLC:
475679649