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Writing Revolution in South Asia
History, Practice, Politics
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Kama Maclean is an associate professor of South Asian and World History at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia, and the editor of South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies. She is the author of A Revolutionary History of Interwar India (2015). J. Daniel Elam teaches in the Department of English and Drama, University of Toronto, Canada. He specialises in theories of World Literature, with a specific focus on twentieth-century South Asian literature and political writing. Chris Moffat is a lecturer in South Asian and Global History at Queen Mary University of London, UK.
1. Introduction: On the Form, Politics and Effects of Writing Revolution J. Daniel Elam and Chris Moffat 2. Born Like Krishna in the Prison-House: Revolutionary Asceticism in the Political Ashram of Aurobindo Ghose Alex Wolfers 3. Law and Radical Rhetoric in British India: The 1897 Trial of Bal Gangadhar Tilak Sukeshi Kamra 4. Gandhi and the Terrorists: Revolutionary Challenges from Bengal and Engagements with Non-Violent Political Protest Durba Ghosh 5. Agyeya's Unfinished Revolution: Sexual and Social Freedom in Shekhar: Ek Jivani Snehal Shingavi 6. Commonplace Anti-Colonialism: Bhagat Singh's Jail Notebook and the Politics of Reading J. Daniel Elam 7. 'My Heart, My Fellow Traveller': Fantasy, Futurity and the Itineraries of Faiz Ahmed Faiz Roanne Kantor 8. Revolutionary History and the Post-Colonial Muslim: Re-Writing the 'Silk Letters Conspiracy' of 1916 Faridah Zaman 9. Bhagat Singh's Corpse Chris Moffat 10. A Prehistory of Violence? Revolution and Martyrs in the Making of a Political Tradition in Kerala Dilip M. Menon 11. Revolution and Revelation, or, When is History Too Soon? Kama Maclean