restricted access   Volume 33, Number 3, 2013

Table of Contents

Editors’ Note

p. 259

Mission Statement Responses

Areas and Ideas

pp. 260-263

Is “Region” Still Good to Think?

pp. 264-267

The Point of Nonreturn: The Reemergence of the Disavowed

pp. 268-271

Knowledge Production and Regional Scholarship

pp. 272-275

A World Compared, Destroyed, and Connected

pp. 276-278

State Localization

Nation, Space, and Exception: Pakistan’s Basic Democracies Experiment

pp. 279-294

Armed Negotiations: The Institutionalization of the Late Ottoman Locality

pp. 295-309

Meerut Conspiracy Case

The Meerut Conspiracy Case in Comparative and International Perspective

pp. 310-315

Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: Meerut and the Creation of “Official” Communism in India

pp. 316-330

“Where National Revolutionary Ends and Communist Begins”: The League against Imperialism and the Meerut Conspiracy Case

pp. 331-344

Trade Unions on Trial: The Meerut Conspiracy Case and Trade Union Internationalism, 1929–32

pp. 345-359

Meerut and a Hanging: “Young India,” Popular Socialism, and the Dynamics of Imperialism

pp. 360-377

Kitabkhana: The Cracked Mirror: An Indian Debate on Experience and Theory

Introduction: The Ethics of Embodied Life

pp. 378-380

Why is the Mirror Cracked?

pp. 380-391

Theory in the Mirror of Caste

pp. 391-397

Experience and Dalit Theory

pp. 398-402

Topics of the New Dalit Critique

pp. 403-408

Ethics or Social Sciences?

pp. 408-416


pp. 417-418