1. Editors’ Note
  2. Timothy Mitchell, Anupama Rao
  3. pp. 435-436
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  1. Three Watersheds in the History of Energy
  2. On Barak
  3. pp. 440-453
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  1. Structures of Power: Electrification in Colonial India
  2. Sunila S. Kale
  3. pp. 454-475
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  1. Occupational Hazards
  2. Sophia Stamatopoulou-Robbins
  3. pp. 476-496
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  1. Un/known Waters: Navigating Everyday Risks of Infrastructural Breakdown in Mumbai
  2. Lisa Björkman
  3. pp. 497-517
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  1. Automobility and Citizenship in Interwar Lebanon
  2. Kristin V. Monroe
  3. pp. 518-531
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  1. Vital Infrastructures of Trash in Dakar
  2. Rosalind Fredericks
  3. pp. 532-548
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  1. Rethinking the “Middle East” after the Oceanic Turn
  2. Nile Green
  3. pp. 556-564
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  1. Southeast Asia’s Middle East: Shifting Geographies of Islam and Trade across the Indian Ocean
  2. Eric Tagliacozzo
  3. pp. 565-573
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  1. Azad’s Mecca: On the Limits of Indian Ocean Cosmopolitanism
  2. John M. Willis
  3. pp. 574-581
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  1. Transcending Area Studies: Piecing Together the Cross-Regional Networks of Ibadi Islam
  2. Amal N. Ghazal
  3. pp. 582-589
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  1. Caste, Ethnicity, and the Politics of Arabness in Southern Arabia
  2. Mandana E. Limbert
  3. pp. 590-598
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  1. Kitabkhana
  2. Antoinette Burton, Antoinette Burton, Dane Kennedy, Jonathan Hyslop, Renisa Mawani, Mithi Mukherjee, Jeff Sahadeo, Augusto Espiritu, Julian Go
  3. pp. 599-604
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  1. The Means and Ends of Empires
  2. Dane Kennedy
  3. pp. 604-610
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  1. Comparative Historical Sociology and Transnational History: A Response to Julian Go's Patterns of Empire
  2. Jonathan Hyslop
  3. pp. 610-617
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  1. Patterns of Empire and the Politics of Comparison
  2. Renisa Mawani
  3. pp. 618-625
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  1. The British Empire in India: A Liberal Empire?
  2. Mithi Mukherjee
  3. pp. 625-630
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  1. We're Exceptional Too! Power, Peripheries, and Imperial Connections: Patterns of Empire Viewed from Russia's Borderlands
  2. Jeff Sahadeo
  3. pp. 630-636
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  1. Nuancing the Patterns of Empire Informal Empire, Anti-Imperialism, and Transnationalism
  2. Augusto Espiritu
  3. pp. 637-644
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  1. The Historical Sociology Of Empire: Response to Critics of Patterns of Empire
  2. Julian Go
  3. pp. 644-651
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  1. Introduction: Life of Infrastructure
  2. Timothy Mitchell
  3. pp. 437-439
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  1. Introduction: The Indian Ocean and Other Middle Easts
  2. Michael Christopher Low
  3. pp. 549-555
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 652-653
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