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Question of Community: Religious Groups and Colonial Law epub ebook

by Amrita Shodhan

Question of Community: Religious Groups and Colonial Law epub ebook

Author: Amrita Shodhan
Category: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Bhatkal & Sen; UK ed. edition (January 1, 2001)
Pages: 222 pages
ISBN: 8185604436
ISBN13: 978-8185604435
Rating: 4.9
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A Question of Community: Religious Groups and Colonial Law. Amrita Shodhan. Itihas lekhanman nari ane nari itihas. Women in the Maharaj libel case: a re-examination. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1999.

Shodhan, Amrita, A Question of Community: Religious Groups and Colonial Law (Calcutta: Samya, 2001), 65. 36. Ibid. An important aspect of Shodhan's study concerns the empiricist approach to caste that emerged in the Bombay Presidency

Shodhan, Amrita, A Question of Community: Religious Groups and Colonial Law (Calcutta: Samya, 2001), 65. An important aspect of Shodhan's study concerns the empiricist approach to caste that emerged in the Bombay Presidency. Shodhan describes how Bombay administrators collected data that enumerated castes and described their customary observances. This early nineteenth-century policy contradicts Dirks's claim that the British Raj shifted only after 1872 from a textual to an empiricist model for dealing with castes.

Amrita Shodhan is an independent scholar and currently serves as an Adjunct Assistant Lecturer at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is interested in questions of political identity, gender, imperialism and human rights

Amrita Shodhan is an independent scholar and currently serves as an Adjunct Assistant Lecturer at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is interested in questions of political identity, gender, imperialism and human rights. She completed her PhD at the University of Chicago and has published A Question of Community: Religious Groups and Colonial Law (Calcutta: Samya, 2001) and in Gujarati, Ittihaslekhan ma(n) Nari an? Nari Ittihas - Women in Historiography and Women's history, (Ahmedabad: R R Sheth and C. 2003).

Religious law includes ethical and moral codes taught by religious traditions

Religious law includes ethical and moral codes taught by religious traditions. Different religious systems hold sacred law in a greater or lesser degree of importance to their belief systems, with some being explicitly antinomian whereas others are nomistic or "legalistic" in nature

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Book Summary: This unique collection brings together international contributors from a range of disciplines to explore crime and responses to crime through a d lens. At a time when religion is under the media spotlight in terms of d hate crime, terrorism and child abuse this book provides an important platform for academic debate.

The colonial Jews came primarily from Germany where they were persecuted by, well, everyone. The colonial Jews tended to be very well educated and went into trade and business - which is why they settled where they did. During the colonial period, Jews mainly settled in the South (Charleston, Savannah) - though some went to Rhode Island. Source(s): Sass B · 1 decade ago.

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In writing history, the story of those who succeeded is well-known. What happens to the losers? What changes can we expect when we examine the defeat of the Khojas and Pushtimargis who went to court because of internal dissent and found that they lost some of their autonomy as self-functioning polities?
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