The Basham Lecture 2002 : Pakistan and India: political legacies from the Colonial era
As some of you have already heard me say elsewhere one of the major publishing triumphs of recent years in the study of the history which concerns us all has been the five volumes of the Oxford History of the British Empire published in the two years, 1998-99, with 149 chapters by 128 different authors and amounting in total to 3300 pages. For my purposes this evening I want to begin by focusing on two sets of arguments, which the Oxford History advances, which seem to me of first importance...[Show more]
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