restricted access   Volume 14, Number 1, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History

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Special Issue: Imperial Relations: Histories of Family in the British Empire

Imperial Relations: Histories of family in the British Empire

Christian Model, Mission Realities: The business of regularizing family in mission communities in late nineteenth-century north India

“Unto Children’s Children”: Clerical families and childrearing advice in the Cape Colony

“To Glut a Menial’s Grudge”: Domestic servants and the Ilbert Bill controversy of 1883

Colonial Intimacies in Comparative Perspective: Intermarriage, law and cultural difference in British Burma

Exiles from the Children’s City: Archives, imperial identities and the juvenile emigration of Anglo-Indians from Kalimpong to Australasia

Review Essays

Janus and the Japanese Empire

Collaborative Methodologies and Scholarship on Asia, Empire, and Transnationalism

Book Reviews

The Female King of Colonial Nigeria, Ahebi Ugbabe by Nwando Achebe (review)

Generations Past: Youth in East African history by Andrew Burton, Hélène Charton-Bigot (review)

African Police and Soldiers in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1923–80 by Timothy Stapleton (review)

Racial Crossings: Race, intermarriage, and the Victorian British Empire by Damon Ieremia Salesa (review)

Settlers and Expatriates: Britons over the seas ed. by Robert Bickers (review)

The Colonisation of Time: Ritual, routine and resistance in the British Empire by Giordano Nanni (review)

Taking Medicine: Women’s healing work and colonial contact in southern Alberta, 1880–1930 by Kristin Burnett (review)

Families Apart: Migrant mothers and the conflict of labor and love by Geraldine Pratt (review)

Beyond the Lettered City: Indigenous literacies in the Andes by Joanne Rappaport, Tom Cummins, and: The Lettered Mountain: A Peruvian village’s way with writing by Frank Salomon, Mercedes Niño-Murcia (review)