7 edition of Colonial archaeology in South Asia found in the catalog.
Colonial archaeology in South Asia
Himanshu Prabha Ray
On the development of archaeology as a discipline in India during the tenure of Mortimer Wheeler, former director-general, Archaeological Survey of India.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -272) and index.
|Statement||Himanshu Prabha Ray.|
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|Pagination||xii, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
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The essays help decentralize that global history and assemble a picture of the region before and after European involvement in order to develop a more holistic understanding of colonial processes.
In this volume of Historical Archaeology of Early Modern Colonialism in Asia-Pacific, case studies from Alofi, Vanuatu, the Marianas, Hawai'i, Guam, and Taiwan compare the development of colonialism Format: Hardcover. This book discusses the practice and institutionalization of the discipline of archaeology under British rule and its current manifestations.
Using Sir Mortimer Wheeler's tenure as the Director-General of the Archaeological Survey of India (â€”48), it assesses the extent to which colonial intervention shaped the nascent discipline in South Asia. Overview This book offers a critical synthesis of the archaeology of South Asia from the Neolithic period (c.
BCE), when domestication began, to the spread of Buddhism accompanying the Mauryan Emperor Asoka's reign (third century BCE).Author: Robin Coningham. “The essential source for scholarly reassessment of the Asia-Pacific region’s diverse and significant archaeology and history.”—James P.
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Book description This book offers a critical synthesis of the archaeology of South Asia from the Neolithic period (c BCE), when domestication began, to the Colonial archaeology in South Asia book of Buddhism accompanying the Mauryan Emperor Asoka's reign (third century BCE).Cited by: Himanshu Prabha Ray has 34 books on Goodreads with 93 ratings.
Himanshu Prabha Ray’s most popular book is The Archaeology of Seafaring in Ancient South A. She is currently based in Dubai and teaches an online course on Indian art for the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, University of Oxford, UK. Her research interests include religious iconography, afterlives of shrines, colonial archaeology and the making of museums in South Asia.
The Archaeology of Colonialism demonstrates how artifacts are not only the residue of social interaction but also instrumental in shaping identities and communities. Claire Lyons and John Papadopoulos summarize the complex issues addressed by this collection of essays.
Next are four case studies Missing: South Asia. Archaeological Research in Asia publishes work on the full temporal range of archaeological inquiry from the earliest human presence in Asia with a special emphasis on time periods under-represented in other venues.
Journal contributions are of three kinds: articles, case reports and short communications. South Asian Archaeology spoke to the team, comprising Dr.
Shanti Pappu, Dr. Kumar Akhilesh, Professor Yanni Gunnell and Professor A.K. Singhvi via email; and their answers have been consolidated. Drs. Shanti Pappu and Kumar Akhilesh are from the Sharma Centre for Heritage Education, India. The site was dated by Professor A.K.
Singhvi and his team from the Physical Research. Miriam T. Stark is Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Hawai’i, Manoa.
She has worked in Southeast Asia sinceand also has experience in North American and Near Eastern archaeology. She has published widely on her research in the Philippines and in Cambodia, and currently co-directs the Lower Mekong Archaeological Project in the Mekong Delta. 3 T. Guha-Thakurta, ‘Careers of the Copy: Traveling Replicas in Colonial and Postcolonial India’, Fi ; 2 Inevitably, the rewriting of heritage as global capital drives academic study of the ‘careers’ and ‘travels’ of objects and monuments.
Within the context of South Asia, this scholarship has created an important analytical corpus regarding the ways in which the reproduction Colonial archaeology in South Asia book Author: Sudeshna Guha.
Spanning the globe with case studies from East Asia, Siberia, Australia, North and South America, Europe, and Africa, sixteen contributions written by archaeologists, art historians, and historians from four continents offer unusual breadth and depth in the assessment of various facets of claims to patrimonial heritage in the context of imperial and colonial ventures of the last two centuries, and their post-colonial.
Drawn from a wide-ranging and interdisciplinary study of religious sculptures, classical texts, colonial archival records, British travelogues, official correspondences and fieldwork, the book will interest scholars and researchers of history, archaeology, religion, art history, museums studies, South Asian studies and Buddhist studies.
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Digital mapping of archaeological sites through satellite imagery. Publications: Books: H.P. Ray, Colonial Archaeology in South Asia (): The Legacy of Sir Mortimer Wheeler in India, Oxford University Press, New Delhi (forthcoming ).
Discusses the international context for the emergence of Britain's second empire in the 19th century; the nature of early colonial expansion and consolidation; the re-invention of tradition in colonial societies, especially with regard to racial and ethnic identity, gender.
Colonial archaeology in South Asia: the legacy of Sir Mortimer Wheeler. [Himanshu Prabha Ray] -- On the development of archaeology as a discipline in India during the tenure of Mortimer Wheeler, former director-general, Archaeological Survey of India. THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF SOUTH ASIA This book off ers a critical synthesis of the archaeology of South Asia from the Neolithic period (c.
BCE), when domestication began, to the spread of Buddhism accompanying the Mauryan Emperor Asoka’s reign (third century BCE). The authors examine the growth and char-File Size: KB.
Robin Coningham (Durham University) and Ruth Young (University of Leicester) offer a critical synthesis of the archaeology of South Asia from the Neolithic period (c BCE), when domestication began, to the spread of Buddhism accompanying the Mauryan Emperor Asoka's reign (third century BCE).
This paper addresses changes in the understanding of monuments as a result of colonial intervention from essentially religious structures and abodes of spiritual power to objects of artistic and aesthetic appreciation.
In the search for origins and. South Asian Archaeology & History (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka) Items 1 to 10 of 37 total Show 5 10 15 20 25 per page. Chapter 5: The Colonial Legacy in the Archaeology of South Asia, Dilip Chakrabarti Chapter 6: The Colonial Experience of the Uncolonized and Colonized: The Case of East Asia as mainly seen from Japan, Koji Mizoguchi.
Archaeology and Religion in Early Northwest India: History, Theory, Practice 1st Edition. Daniel Michon Novem This book explains how the early historic archaeological record of Punjab was put to use in the process of identity formation in the colonial and postcolonial periods. Department of Middle East, South Asia, and Africa Studies Institute for Comparative Literature and Society Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality.
In book: International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (pp) Edition: 2nd edition, volume 23; Chapter: Southeast Asia, Archaeology ofAuthor: Miriam T. Stark. The Indo-Aryans of Ancient South Asia, ed. George Erdosy (Berlin & New York: Walter de Gruyter, ), pp.
Brian E. Hemphill, Alexander F. Christensen & S. Mustafakulov, “Trade or Travel: An Assessment of Interpopulational Dynamics among Bronze Age Indo-Iranian Populations,” South Asian Archaeology,ed. Raymond Allchin.
Conservation, Restoration, Rebuilding: Archaeology, Temples and Monument-Making in Colonial India 22 March A lecture organised by the \"Friends of the Kern Institute\" by the Indian historian Dr. Sraman Mukherjee, who will address central issues of archaeological conservation of historic built heritage in colonial India.
To her fine tune knowledge of the history of archaeology in the Indian subcontinent, the author adds an evident familiarity with the history of antiquarianism in Britain. This book is one of the best examples of post-colonial historiography applied to archaeology and to the comparative history of civilisations.
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Tapati Guha-Thakurta's book is a far-reaching study whose implications go well beyond in the case of India. Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History - Julie F.
Codell. This is an important book for all libraries with collections in art history, archaeology and South Asian studies. Journal of Asian History - Price: $ A Book of Conquest: The Chachnama and Muslim Origins in South Asia.
Manan Ahmed Asif “A Book of Conquest is an important study that joins a growing conversation about precolonial India, moving beyond both colonial and nationalist tropes concerning the place and origins of Muslims in Indian society.
Manan Ahmed Asif’s radical re-reading of the Chachnama aims to correct portrayals of the. Amongst others, her books include Colonial Archaeology in South Asia: The Legacy of Sir Mortimer Wheeler (Oxford University Press, New Delhi, ); The Archaeology of Seafaring in Ancient South Asia (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, ) and edited volumes Archaeology and Text: The Temple in South Asia (Oxford University Press, New 4/5(1).
The first issue relates to the beginnings of temple in South Asia and its antiquity as evident from archaeological records. The Siva linga at Gudimallam in Chittoor district dates to the second-first centuries BCE and was enshrined in a brick shrine dated to the first century CE while two phases of structural activity marked the construction of.
Taking postcolonial theory as reference, I define the history of archaeology written until the s as a particular form of ‘colonial discourse’.
I conclude by proposing some ways in which postcolonial theory can inform the history of by: 7. (Courtesy Larry James, Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site) The remains of Dorchester in Summerville, South Carolina, contain one of the most complete archaeological records of colonial America anywhere.
Dorchester was founded in by a group of New England Puritans representing the Congregational Church of Dorchester. India’s archaeological horizons expanded considerably in the twentieth century as research revealed the temporal depth and richness of its past.
By mid-century, the focus turned increasingly to work on questions of prehistory and protohistory, which now consume far greater attention and resources than historical archaeology. To her fine tune knowledge of the history of archaeology in the Indian subcontinent, the author adds an evident familiarity with the history of antiquarianism in Britain.
This book is one of the best examples of post-colonial historiography applied to archaeology and to the comparative history of : Sudeshna Sudeshna Guha. Art history as it is largely practiced in Asia as well as in the West is a western invention.
In India, works of art-sculptures, monuments, paintings-were first viewed under colonial rule as archaeological antiquities, later as architectural relics, and by the midth century Author: Tapati Guha-Thakurta. 37 On colonial archaeological services, see the considerations in Anderson, Benedict, Imagined Communities: Considerations on the Origins and Spread of Nationalism (London: Verso, 3 rd edn, ), pp.
– ; and Day, Tony and Reynolds, Craig J., ‘ Cosmologies, Truth Regimes and the State in South East Asia ’, Modern Asian Studies 34 Cited by: 8.History. The history of archaeology began in Western Europe, and the earliest scholars to take an interest in the archaeology of the Indian subcontinent were Western European travelers in the 16th, 17th and early 18th centuries.
The earliest European written accounts of India's ancient monuments and Hindu temples were produced by sailors and travelers in the 16th, 17th and early 18th centuries CE.In particular, the South China Sea has moved from being a rather arcane area of conflict studies to the status of a bellwether issue.
Along with other contested areas in the western Pacific and south Asia, the problem increasingly defines China’s regional relationships in Asia—and with powers outside the region, especially the United States.