1. Editors’ Note
  2. Timothy Mitchell, Anupama Rao
  3. pp. 227-228
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  1. Imperial Ideologies, Transnational Activism: Questioning the Place of Religious Freedom from British India
  2. Sadia Saeed
  3. pp. 229-245
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  1. Muhammad Iqbal, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, and the Accusation of Heresy
  2. Teena Purohit
  3. pp. 246-255
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  1. “Then You Are a Man, My Son”: Kipling and the Zuma Rape Trial
  2. Lucy Graham
  3. pp. 263-274
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  1. Lasting Legacies: Contemporary Struggles and Historical Dispossession in South Africa
  2. Robin L. Turner
  3. pp. 275-292
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  1. Dystopian Futures, Apartheid, and Postapartheid Allegories: Contemporary Imaginings of Johannesburg
  2. Neville Hoad
  3. pp. 293-306
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  1. Interview with Nomusa Makhubu
  2. Clare Counihan
  3. pp. 307-319
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  1. Nationalism, Internationalism, and Cosmopolitanism: Some Observations from Modern Indian History
  2. Partha Chatterjee
  3. pp. 320-334
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  1. The Messy Career of Historicism: Reflections from the Middle East
  2. Yoav Di-Capua
  3. pp. 337-344
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  1. Made in India: History without the State
  2. Faisal Devji
  3. pp. 345-346
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  1. Dear Dipesh: Letters on The Calling of History
  2. Christian Lee Novetzke
  3. pp. 347-354
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  1. Truth as Materio-Moral Practice: The Calling of History for Histories of Science
  2. Projit Bihari Mukharji
  3. pp. 355-361
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  1. Provincializing Indian History
  2. Juned Shaikh
  3. pp. 361-368
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  1. History, Character, and Modernity
  2. Viren Murthy
  3. pp. 368-373
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  1. Introduction: Reckoning with Apartheid The Conundrum of Working through the Past
  2. Anne-Maria B. Makhulu
  3. pp. 256-262
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  1. Introduction
  2. Anupama Rao
  3. pp. 335-337
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 374-375
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