1. Editors’ Note
  2. Timothy Mitchell, Anupama Rao
  3. pp. 365-366
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  1. Introduction: Law and Legality in Modern Indian History
  2. Alastair McClure, Saumya Saxena
  3. pp. 367-374
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  1. “Touch It Not, If You Are Not a Historian”: Toward a New Historiography of Colonial Indian Law: Recrafting Clio?
  2. Upendra Baxi
  3. pp. 375-384
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  1. Sovereignty, Law, and the Politics of Forgiveness in Colonial India, 1858–1903
  2. Alastair McClure
  3. pp. 385-401
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  1. Little Republics or Petty Republics? The Panchayat, Imperial Sovereignty, and Discourses of Self-Government in British India, ca. 1870–1917
  2. Leigh Denault
  3. pp. 402-422
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  1. Commissions, Committees, and Custodians of Muslim Personal Law in Postindependence India
  2. Saumya Saxena
  3. pp. 423-438
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  1. Introduction: The Imaginative Capital of Lagos
  2. Abosede George
  3. pp. 439-442
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  1. Historical Tours of “New” Lagos: Performance, Place Making, and Cartography in the 1880s
  2. Ademide Adelusi-Adeluyi
  3. pp. 443-454
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  1. Making the Urban Coast: A Geosocial Reading of Land, Sand, and Water in Lagos, Nigeria
  2. Ben Mendelsohn
  3. pp. 455-472
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  1. Vindicating “True Occupation” for the Progress of Society: Technical and Agricultural Associations in Early Lagos Newspapers
  2. Nozomi Sawada
  3. pp. 473-490
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  1. Debating Gandhi in al-Manar during the 1920s and 1930s
  2. Roy Bar Sadeh
  3. pp. 491-507
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  1. Tensions, Terrors, Tenderness: James Baldwin’s Politics of Comparison
  2. Begüm Adalet
  3. pp. 508-523
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  1. Ignorance: Islam, Literacy, and Status in the Shadow of Revolution
  2. Nermeen Mouftah
  3. pp. 524-539
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  1. A Dappled Sun: Bureaucratic Encounters in the Working of the Right to Information Act in India
  2. Aniket Aga, Chitrangada Choudhury
  3. pp. 540-556
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  1. Criminalizing the Criminal Tribe: Partition, Borders, and the State in India’s Punjab, 1947–55
  2. Sarah Gandee
  3. pp. 557-572
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 573-574
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