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The founding of the Cambridge South Asian Archive In the Centre’s Committee of Management voted to establish a new archive collection, being aware that the generation of Britons who had lived and worked in India during the period of British rule of the country was diminishing in number. It includes histories of people from the Caribbean and South Asia. See also Black Presence: Asian and Black History in Britain, – and other relevant online resources from the National Archives. Records relating to the history of people of Asian origin in Britain can be consulted at numerous libraries and archives, including. The Centre of South Asian Studies archives contain rare materials covering a period of over years, which include written collections, maps, , Minute book of the Cambridge Mission to Delhi, , historical brochure. 6pp. This book is a comprehensive survey for students, specialists and general readers of all major branches of the arts in early Britain. It also reveals the cultural and social setting in which writers, musicians, architects and other artists of the period worked Cover title: The Cambridge cultural history.
Resources for the study of South Asia, past and present We have rich resources for the study of South Asia past and present. South Asia is taken to include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. If you need help, just ask our Information Specialists at. Addeddate Identifier iB_in Identifier-ark ark://t1sf6gf2j Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader Cambridge Online Archives: The Cambridge Online Archives provides an index of archival records dating back over years. Find indexed information on subjects such as: census records, select marriage licences and obituaries, vital statistics, veterans, meetings and agendas, reports, by-laws and other important data from the history of the City. In , the British rulers of north India resolved to bring about the gradual 'extinction' of transgender Hijras. This book, the first in-depth history of the Hijra community, illuminates the colonial and postcolonial governance of gender and sexuality and the production of colonial knowledge.
The South Asia Archive provides an extensive resource for students and scholars across the humanities and social sciences. Focusing on South Asia, the Archive contains both serial and non-serial materials, including reports, rare books, and journal runs from noteworthy, rare publications. The documents in the Archive are truly interdisciplinary. The National Archives of Britain holds some of the service records of South Asian soldiers assigned to colonial regiments. Their document references are as follows: WO 97/ Asiatic soldiers. The Cambridge History of Iran is an eight-volume survey of Iranian history and culture, and its contribution to the civilisation of the world. All aspect of the religious, philosophical, political, economic, scientific and artistic elements in Iranian civilisation are studies, with some emphasis on geographical and ecological factors which have. In these four volumes, now published in paperback, twenty-two scholars of international reputation consider the whole of mainland and island Southeast Asia from Burma to Indonesia. Volume 4 covers the period from World War II to the present and examines the end of European colonial empires, the emergence of political structures of the independent states, economic and social change, religious.