1. Editors’ Note
  2. Timothy Mitchell, Anupama Rao
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  1. What Are Human Rights?
  2. Ariella Azoulay
  3. pp. 8-20
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  1. Civil Contract of Photography in India
  2. Christopher Pinney
  3. pp. 21-34
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  1. Making Space for the Nation: Satellite Television, Indian Scientific Elites, and the Cold War
  2. Asif Siddiqi
  3. pp. 35-49
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  1. Populist Publics: Print Capitalism and Crowd Violence beyond Liberal Frameworks
  2. Francis Cody
  3. pp. 50-65
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  1. Nonhuman Empires
  2. Rohan Deb Roy
  3. pp. 66-75
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  1. A Dog-Eat-Dog Empire: Violence and Affection on the Streets of Ottoman Cairo
  2. Alan Mikhail
  3. pp. 76-95
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  1. Empires and Equines: The Horse in Art and Exchange in South Asia, ca. 1600–ca. 1850
  2. Jagjeet Lally
  3. pp. 96-116
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  1. From Colonial Animal to Imperial Edible: Building an Empire of Sheep in New Zealand, ca. 1880–1900
  2. Rebecca J. H. Woods
  3. pp. 117-136
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  1. Territorial Claims: Experts, Antelopes, and the Biology of Land Use in Uganda, 1955–75
  2. Etienne Benson
  3. pp. 137-155
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  1. Imperial Transgressions: The Animal and Human in the Idea of Race
  2. Sujit Sivasundaram
  3. pp. 156-172
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  1. Textured Feminisms: Cairo, Tokyo, Beijing, 1907
  2. Marilyn Booth
  3. pp. 176-183
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  1. He-Yin Zhen, Oyewumi, and Geographies of Anti-Universalism
  2. Abosede George
  3. pp. 183-188
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  1. Feminism, Feminism Everywhere?: Some Reflections on Concepts, Location, and Colonial Modernities
  2. Mary E. John
  3. pp. 188-195
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  1. Introduction: Media and Utopia
  2. Arvind Rajagopal
  3. pp. 2-7
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  1. Introduction: A Global Intellectual History of Feminism
  2. Marilyn Booth, Abosede George, Mary E. John, Anupama Rao
  3. pp. 173-175
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 196-197
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