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Histories of Labour
These specially commissioned essays by labour historians of international repute provide a complete survey of the global trajectory of labour history. Authoritative and well-researched, these essay...
M.N. Roy Reader, 3 Vols
Manabendranath Roy (1887-1954), the founder of the Indian Communist Party in exile, is undoubtedly India's foremost revolutionary theorist. His life was an unending quest for freedom – first from...
The Establishment of British Rule
This book deals with the establishment and expansion of British rule from the Carnatic Wars and the Battle of Plassey to the enactment of the Charter Act of 1813, which divested the East India Comp...
Agrarian and Other Histories
There is no area in the agrarian history of eastern India that Binay Bhushan Chaudhuri has not traversed. His journey began with his 1956 contribution in Bengal Past and Present, on "Some Prob...
History, Society and Land Relations
The present volume puts together his essays spanning six decades, from 1937 to 1996. Included in the volume are classic essays such as ‘The Question of Land Tenure in Malabar ’, ‘A Short Hi...
The Kashmir Dispute, Volume 1
The Kashmir Dispute 1947-2012 is a book in two volumes which traces the complex history of the long-standing dispute, and the political discontent and dissent surrounding it relating espec...
This slim volume is an attempt to rouse the interest of students and non-specialists in the early civilization of the Indus valley and adjoining regions of Pakistan and India. The challenges of arc...
Ideology, Absolutism and the English Revolution
This book offers a fascinating insight into ideas in the making – a glimpse into some of the early debates inside the History Group of the Communist Party of Great Britain, whose members included...
Playing the Nation Game
In this impressive new work, Benjamin Zachariah questions the tendency to regard nationalism as a necessary, inevitable and natural basis upon which to organise the world. In doing so, he embarks o...
Passion and Patience
"If David Laibman had done no more than bring the distinguished journal Science & Society safe and sound into the twenty-first century he would have earned our deepest admiration. But as the co...