restricted access   Volume 37, Number 2, August 2017

Table of Contents

Editors’ Note

pp. 183-184

Provocations: Nationalism, Internationalism, and Cosmopolitanism: A Response to Partha Chatterjee

Nationalism, Internationalism, Cosmopolitanism—and Empire

pp. 185-189

Nationalism, Internationalism, Cosmopolitanism, and Colonialism

pp. 190-200

Hijrat and Azadi in Indian Muslim Imagination and Practice: Connecting Nationalism, Internationalism, and Cosmopolitanism

pp. 201-212

The Fundamental Rights Resolution: Nationalism, Internationalism, and Cosmopolitanism in an Interwar Moment

pp. 213-219

Reflections on Indian Internationalism and a Postnational Global Order: A Response to Partha Chatterjee

pp. 220-225

Practices and Metaphysics of Knowledge: Notes on Nationalism, Internationalism, and Cosmopolitanism

pp. 226-234

More on Nationalism, Internationalism, and Cosmopolitanism

pp. 235-244

Histories of the Night

Eyes in the Dark: Nightlife and Visual Regimes in Late Ottoman Istanbul

pp. 245-261

Upgrade?: Power and Sound during Ramadan and ‘Id al-Fitr in the Nineteenth-Century Ottoman Arab Provinces

pp. 262-279

Allure of the Light, Fear of the Dark: Nighttime Illumination, Spectacle, and Order in Fin-de-Siècle Istanbul

pp. 280-298

Intoxication and Imperialism: Nightlife in Occupied Istanbul, 1918–23

pp. 299-313

The Indian Ocean as Aesthetic Space

Introduction: The Indian Ocean as Aesthetic Space

pp. 314-320

Poetic Links across the Ocean: On Poetic Translation as Mimetic Practice at the Swahili Coast

pp. 321-335

The Swahili Art of Indian Taarab: A Poetics of Vocality and Ethnicity on the Kenyan Coast

pp. 336-354

Unmoored: On Oceanic Objects in Coastal Eastern Africa, circa 1700–1900

pp. 355-367

The Aesthetic Constitution of Space: Mimetic Appropriation of Foreign “Styles” and the Creation of Transoceanic Connections on the Swahili Coast

pp. 368-390


Citizenship between Empire and Nation: Remaking France and French Africa, 1945–1960

Diplomacy and Ethnology Between Empire and Nation

pp. 391-399

French Africa’s Futures Past

pp. 399-401

Federal Utopias and the Realities of Imperial Power

pp. 401-406

Routes Out of Empire

pp. 406-411


pp. 412-414