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Susanne Hoeber Rudolph
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Ramaswamy, S. Published Date. Published In. Journal of Asian Studies.

Reversing the Gaze: Amar Singh’s Diary, a Colonial Subject’s Narrative of Imperial India. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2002.

Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, the William Benton Distinguished Service Professor Emerita of Political Science at. .

Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, the William Benton Distinguished Service Professor Emerita of Political Science at the University of Chicago, past president of the American Political Science Association and the Association for Asian Studies, and member of the American Academy of Arts and Science, died December 23, 2015 at her home in Oakland, California. Their work on Gandhi (Postmodern Gandhi and Other Essays) and Reversing the Gaze: Amar Singh's Diary: A Colonial Subject's Narrative of Imperial India revealed Susanne's concern with political psychology and her influence from Erik Erickson.

Items related to Reversing the Gaze, Amar Singh's diary, A colonial. Amar Singh, a Rajput nobleman and officer in the Indian Army, kept a diary for 44 years from 1898, when he was twenty, until his death in 1942

Items related to Reversing the Gaze, Amar Singh's diary, A colonial. Reversing the Gaze, Amar Singh's diary, A colonial subject's. Amar Singh, a Rajput nobleman and officer in the Indian Army, kept a diary for 44 years from 1898, when he was twenty, until his death in 1942. A century before hybridity, he constructs a hybrid self, an Edwardian officer cum gentleman and a martial Rajput cum manor lord.

Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, Lloyd I. Rudolph, Mohan Singh Kanota, eds. Reversing the Gaze: Amar Singh's Diary . The princely states of the Indian subcontinent are enjoying something of a comeback in scholarly attention

Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, Lloyd I. Reversing the Gaze: Amar Singh's Diary, a Colonial Subject's Narrative of Imperial India. Boulder: Westview Press, 2002. The princely states of the Indian subcontinent are enjoying something of a comeback in scholarly attention. Works by Partha Chatterjee on Bengal, Margrit Pernau on Hyderabad, and John McCleod on the western states all point towards this revival. In the same vein, Reversing the Gaze adds significantly to this resurgence.

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Reversing the Gaze: Amar Singh's Diary, A Colonial Subject's Narrative of Imperial India. Westview Press, 2002. Sumathi Ramaswamy (a1). University of Michigan. Recommend this journal. The Journal of Asian Studies.

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