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Cultural Dialogue in South Asia and Beyond: Narratives, Images and Community (sixteenth-nineteenth centuries)

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Cultural Dialogue in South Asia and Beyond: Narratives, Images and Community (sixteenth-nineteenth centuries)

Lefèvre Corinne and Ines G Županov (editors)


Journal: Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient
Volume 55 (2012): Issue 2-3 (Jan 2020)
Special Issue: Cultural Dialogue in South Asia and Beyond: Narratives, Images and Community (sixteenth-nineteenth centuries)

Publisher: Brill
ISBN: 0022-4995


Contents

Introduction: Cultural Dialogue in South Asia and Beyond: Narratives, Images and Community (sixteenth-nineteenth centuries)
Lefèvre Corinne and Ines G. Županov

Dialogism and Territoriality in a Mughal History of the Islamic Millennium
Ali Anooshahr

The Majālis-i Jahāngīrī (1608-11): Dialogue and Asiatic Otherness at the Mughal Court
Corinne Lefèvre

Portrait of a Raja in a Badshah’s World: Amrit Rai’s Biography of Man Singh (1585)
Allison Busch

Justifying Defeat: A Rajput Perspective on the Age of Akbar
Cynthia Talbot

The Religious Debates of Aceh in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century: An Invisible Cultural Dialogue?
Paul Wormser

Cultural Dialogue and Its Premises in Colonial Peru: The Case of Worshipping Sacred Objects
Claudia Brosseder

“I Am a Great Sinner”: Jesuit Missionary Dialogues in Southern India (Sixteenth Century)
Ines G. Županov

Real and Imaginary Dialogues in the Jesuit Mission of Sixteenth-century Japan
Joan-Pau Rubiés

Polemic Dialogues between Christians and Muslims in the Seventeenth Century
Bernard Heyberger

“Western Gods Meet in the East”: Shapes and Contexts of the Muslim-Jesuit Dialogue in Early Modern China
Zvi Ben-Dor Benite

The Symbolic Possession of the World: European Cartography in Mughal Allegory and History Painting
Ebba Koch

The Disruptive Presence of the Namban-jin in Early Modern Japan
Alexandra Curvelo

A Photograph of Four Orientalists (Bombay, 1885): Knowledge Production, Religious Identities, and the Negotiation of Invisible Conflicts
Filipa Lowndes Vicente

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