restricted access   Volume 14, Number 3, Winter 2013

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History

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Remaking Her Family for the Judges: Hindu widows and property rights in the colonial courts of North India, 1875–1911

The Public, the Private, and the Sanitary: Domesticity and family regulation in Northern Nigeria

Reading Shanawdithit’s Drawings: Transcultural texts in the North American colonial world

Untouchable Demands for Justice or the Problem of Religious “Non-Interference”: The case of temple entry movements in late-colonial India

Passionate Projectors: Savants and silk on the Coromandel coast 1780–98

Review Essays

Decolonization and Resilience in North American Indigenous History

Spiritual and Earthly Conquests: New works on colonial Mexico

Book Reviews

Obeah and Other Powers: The politics of Caribbean religion and healing ed. by Diana Paton, Maarit Forde (review)

Afterimage of Empire: Photography in nineteenth-century India by Zahid R. Chaudhary (review)

The Other Zulus: The spread of Zulu ethnicity in colonial South Africa by Michael Mahoney, and: The Griqua Past and the Limits of South African History, 1902–1994 by Edward Cavanagh (review)

The Savage Visit: New World people and popular imperial culture in Britain, 1710–1795 by Kate Fullagar (review)

Genteel Women: Empire and domestic material culture, 1840–1910 by Dianne Lawrence (review)

Welsh Missionaries and British Imperialism: The Empire of Clouds in north-east India by Andrew May (review)

Postcolonial Migrants and Identity Politics: Europe, Russia, Japan and the United States in comparison ed. by Ulbe Bosma, Jan Lucassen, Gert Osstindie (review)

Urbanizing Frontiers: Indigenous peoples and settlers in 19th century Pacific Rim cities by Penelope Edmonds, and: Prophetic Identities: Indigenous missionaries on British colonial frontiers, 1850–75 by Tolly Bradford (review)

Oral History On Trial: Recognizing Aboriginal narratives in the courts by Bruce Granville Miller (review)

In Search of First Contact: The Vikings of Vinland, the peoples of the Dawnland, and the Anglo-American anxiety of discovery by Annette Kolodny (review)