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About Anthem Press India  Anthem Press India, the sister imprint of the international publisher Anthem Press, publishes original academic research, educational material and reference books in South Asia. Anthem Press India (and Anthem Press, UK) are exclusively distributed by Cambridge University Press India Pvt. Ltd. (CUPIPL) in South Asia. Anthem Press India is an imprint of Wimbledon Publishing Company India Pvt. Ltd. (WPCIPL). WPCIPL is a 100% subsidiary of Wimbledon Company Limited, UK (WPC). London-headquartered Anthem Press is an imprint of WPC. For further information about Anthem Press India, please visit www.anthempress.co.in

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Forthcoming Titles South Asia 2060: Envisioning Regional Futures Edited by Adil Najam and Moeed Yusuf A dialogue among 47 thought leaders and visionaries, tackling the possible futures of South Asia as a region, along with their repercussions for the rest of the world. ‘The Pardee Center and its authors should be congratulated for this ambitious and comprehensive effort to project trends and imagine alternative realities 50 years hence for areas that will remain key challenges in South Asia, ranging from democracy and regional identity to education to water management.’ —Robin Raphel, former Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs, USA South Asian Studies 338 pages • P • 9789380601908 • Dec-2013 • `795

An Introduction to Changing India: Culture, Politics and Development Sirpa Tenhunen and Minna Säävälä This comprehensive study of rapidly changing India spotlights Indian culture, politics, economy, technology and environmental and population issues. ‘This is a comprehensive, highly readable overview of contemporary India. The non-ethnocentric, postcolonial and feminist perspectives on caste, gender and population are refreshing, relevant and timely.’ —Dr Bipasha Baruah, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair of Global Women’s Issues, Western University, Canada

Britain in India, 1858–1947 Lionel Knight An examination of the last ninety years of British India from the establishment of Crown rule after the Mutiny to withdrawal and partition in 1947. ‘This is a well-written and thoughtful narrative of British rule in India from 1858 to 1947. Composed unapologetically from a British point of view, it offers a balanced treatment of the main historiographical debates, supported by good guidance to further reading. This book will be of great value for sixth form and first-year university teaching.’ —Francis Robinson, Professor of the History of South Asia, Royal Holloway, University of London Education 228 pages • P • 9789380601922 • Dec-2013 • `495

Studies in Hindu Law and Dharmaśāstra Ludo Rocher, edited by Donald R. Davis, Jr and with a Foreword by Richard W. Lariviere An invaluable introduction to the pioneering Indologist Ludo Rocher through a collection of his most important essays. South Asian Studies 760 pages • H • 9789380601939 • Dec-2013 • `995

South Asian Studies 216 pages • P • 9789380601915 • Dec-2013 • `595

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Communication and Colonialism in Eastern India: Bihar, 1760s–1880s

A Guide to Marx’s ‘Capital’ Vols I–III Kenneth Smith

Nitin Sinha

A comprehensive and user-friendly guide to all three volumes of Karl Marx’s ‘Capital’, with advice on further reading and points for further discussion.

A detailed analysis of the way communication became an integral part of colonial governance in late eighteenth- and nineteenth-century India.

‘The timely publication of Ken Smith’s excellent “Guide to Marx’s ‘Capital’” will prove to be of great value to researchers, teachers and students striving to make sense of the state we are in.’ —Barry Smart, Professor of Sociology, University of Portsmouth

‘Dr Sinha provides a fascinating study of transportation and communication in Bihar... The periodization, the 1760s to the 1880s, enables Sinha to identify better the continuities and discontinuities within the circulation of people, goods and ideas in India before and after the 1850s advent of railways.’ —Professor Ian J. Kerr, University of Manitoba

Economics and Social Sciences 208 pages • P • 9789380601960 • Dec-2013 • `395

South Asian Studies 310 pages • P • 9789380601946 • Dec-2013 • `595

Mapping the Nation: An Anthology of Indian Poetry in English, 1870–1920

Marxism in Dark Times: Select Essays for the New Century

Edited by Sheshalatha Reddy

Sobhanlal Datta Gupta

Offers a broad selection of poetry written by Indians in English during the period 1870–1920. ‘”Mapping the Nation” accomplishes a substantial service, filling a need by ranging across the diverse productions of an era crucial to the mapping not only of nation, but of secular modernity and metropolitan identity, showcasing brilliantly the unlikely materials that in some part constitute contemporary Indian discourse to this day.’ —Dr Rosinka Chaudhuri, Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta Literature 520 pages • P • 9789380601953 • Dec-2013 • `595

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A comprehensive collection of essays on an alternative understanding of Marxism, anchored in the ideas of humanism, democracy and pluralism. ‘S. D. Gupta revisits the major figures and debates within the Marxist tradition and recovers them from the ossified dogma that twentieth-century Marxism so often became. The volume represents a major contribution to the current revival and reevaluation of a Marxism that Marx might have recognised.’ —Professor Kevin Morgan, University of Manchester Economics and Social Sciences 236 pages • P • 9789380601977 • Dec-2013 • `245

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Economics and Social Sciences FEATURED Capital Without Borders: Challenges to Development

How Rich Countries Got Rich…and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor

Edited by Ashwini Deshpande

Erik S. Reinert

‘Capital without Borders’ examines the implications of financial liberalization on recipients of large volumes of capital inflows.

Winner of the prestigious Myrdal Prize 2008, this is an illuminating narrative history of economic development in the modern world.

Economics and Social Sciences 250 pages • P • 9789380601564 • Oct-2012 • `495

‘Reinert asks the most fundamental questions about economic development, and proceeds to answer them with clear logic, a sweeping grasp of history and an immensely readable style.’ —‘Frontline (The Hindu)’ Economics and Social Sciences 400 pages • P • 9781843313335 • Jan-2008 • `495

Inclusive Growth, Full Employment, and Structural Change: Implications and Policies for Developing Asia Jesus Felipe

Power Shifts and Global Governance: Challenges from South and North Edited by Ashwani Kumar and Dirk Messner, with a Foreword by Günther Taube An original and timely collection on emerging architectures and challenges of global governance.

Discusses policies to achieve inclusive growth in developing Asia. ‘Jesus Felipe provides a masterful analysis of growth in Asia by highlighting the role played by structural transformation... The road ahead for developing Asia is difficult, but this magnificent book will make the task more manageable for policy makers and analysts.’ —Ricardo Hausmann, Center for International Development at Harvard University

‘This book goes beyond simple claims that globalization is about westernizing the world to show how countries that have not been international powerhouses nonetheless are able to use globalization to define a larger international role for themselves.’ —Robert Henry Cox, Professor, School of International and Area Studies at the University of Oklahoma, and co-editor of the journal ‘Governance’

Economics and Social Sciences 362 pages • P • 9789380601007 • Aug-2010 • `795

Economics and Social Sciences 378 pages • P • 9789380601038 • Aug-2011 • `395

Applied Ethics and Human Rights: Conceptual Analysis and Contextual Applications

Discourse on Applied Sociology: Volume 2: Practising Perspectives

Locating the Anglo-Indian Self in Ruskin Bond: A Postcolonial Review

The Materiality of Politics: Volume 2: Subject Positions in Politics

P • 9789380601359 • `350

P • 9781843317241 • `525

P • 9789380601557 • `495

P • 9781843317227 • `525

Complex Numbers and the Theory of Equations

Dream of Globalization: The Reality of Millennium Development Goals

Taiwan Today

Toward a Politics of the (Im)Possible: The Body in Third World Feminisms

P • 9789380601311 • `295

Discourse on Applied Sociology: Volume 1: Theoretical Perspectives P • 9781843317234 • `525

P • 9789380601380 • `495

Institutional Provisions and Care for the Aged H • 9788190583565 • `695

P • 9781843317463 • `595

The Materiality of Politics: Volume 1: The Technologies of Rule P • 9781843317210 • `525

P • 9789380601540 • `495

Towards BIMSTEC-Japan Comprehensive Economic Cooperation: The Benefits of Moving Together P • 9781843317203 • `895

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South Asian Studies FEATURED Liberal Peace In Question: Politics of State and Market Reform in Sri Lanka

A New India?: Critical Reflections in the Long Twentieth Century

Edited by Kristian Stokke and Jayadeva Uyangoda

Edited by Anthony P. D’Costa, with a Foreword by Deepak Nayyar

Examines the internationally facilitated peace process between the Government of Sri Lanka (GOSL) and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in order to provide critical insights on contemporary attempts at crafting liberal peace in intrastate conflicts. ‘A valuable edited volume on a paradigm for peace making which will both inform and enrich academic and policy level debate on the subject, and the particular challenge Sri Lanka now faces of moving from a post-war to a post-conflict situation.’ —Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu, Executive Director, Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA), Sri Lanka

Critically examines the notion of a ‘new’ India by exposing the many economic, social, and political contradictions that are integral to contemporary India. ‘Highly readable, thoroughly rigorous and anchored in serious historical scholarship... A brilliantly nuanced narrative of the two Indias, their interactions and consequences.’ —Ajit Singh, Emeritus Professor of Economics, University of Cambridge South Asian Studies 224 pages • P • 9789380601434 • Oct-2012 • `495

South Asian Studies 216 pages • P • 9789380601427 • Oct-2012 • `495

Civilizing Missions in Colonial and Postcolonial South Asia: From Improvement to Development Edited by Carey A. Watt and Michael Mann Highlights the complexities and contradictions of British and Indian civilizing missions in South Asia. South Asian Studies 344 pages • P • 9789380601397 • Oct-2012 • `595

South Asian Media Cultures: Audiences, Representations, Contexts Edited by Shakuntala Banaji A collection of original, well researched and intelligible essays examining a broad range of media cultures and practices from across South Asia. ‘An astute, engaging, and sophisticated volume for anyone interested in popular culture, globalization, and shifting social and political landscapes in South Asia.’ —Sunaina Maira, Associate Professor of Asian American Studies, University of California, Davis South Asian Studies 276 pages • P • 9789380601465 • Oct-2012 • `495

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South Asian Studies

India and the World Bank: The Politics of Aid and Influence Jason A. Kirk This book analyzes the politics of aid and influence between the Bank and its largest borrower.

The Anti-Politics Machine in India: State, Decentralization and Participatory Watershed Development Vasudha Chhotray An innovative assessment of the validity of ‘anti-politics’ critiques of development in the peculiar context of India.

‘This timely and empathetic but not uncritical policy analysis forcefully argues for an urgent debate within India over the continued need for concessional IDA funding - even as India graduates to middle-income status - to serve the interests of India, particularly of its poor in the lagging states.’ —Baldev Raj Nayar, Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, McGill University, and author of ‘The Myth of the Shrinking State: Globalization and the State in India’

‘Vasudha Chhotray has written an intelligent, incisive and sometimes witty account of the politics of anti-politics in contemporary India. Her important book shows us that bureaucratic development is never anti-political, however anodyne many of its formulations have become; rather, is political in particular ways and with important social consequences.’ —Stuart Corbridge, Professor of Development Studies, London School of Economics and Political Science

South Asian Studies 304 pages • P • 9789380601472 • Oct-2012 • `595

South Asian Studies 280 pages • P • 9789380601410 • Oct-2012 • `495

Govind Narayan’s Mumbai: An Urban Biography from 1863

Aboard the Democracy Train: A Journey through Pakistan’s Last Decade of Democracy

Edited and Translated by Murali Ranganathan, with a Foreword by Gyan Prakash

Nafisa Hoodbhoy

The first ever book on Mumbai written in the Marathi language, this is a historically fascinating and revealing urban biography of nineteenth-century India. ‘Etched in this portrait of death and ruin are the outlines of a remembered city. Its shape peers through the images of the creaking infrastructure, eroded institutions… As a record of Mumbai’s nineteenth century history, as a text of urban consciousness, Mumbaiche Varnan is superb.’ —from the Foreword by Gyan Prakash, Professor of History at Princeton University South Asian Studies 407 pages • P • 9789380601519 • Oct-2012 • `595

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A gripping front-line account of Pakistan’s decade of turbulent democracy (1988–1999), as told through the eyes of the only woman reporter for the nation’s leading newspaper. ‘A powerful and courageous voice that represents the best of Pakistan’s emerging journalism… The first insider view of developments in Pakistan on the road to democracy.’ —Shuja Nawaz, Director, South Asia Center, The Atlantic Council of the United States, and author of ‘Crossed Swords: Pakistan, its Army, and the Wars Within’ South Asian Studies 268 pages • P • 9789380601991 • Oct-2012 • `495

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South Asian Studies

India and China: Interactions through Buddhism and Diplomacy: A Collection of Essays by Professor Prabodh Chandra Bagchi Compiled by Bangwei Wang and Tansen Sen

Bollywood and Globalization: Indian Popular Cinema, Nation, and Diaspora Edited by Rini Bhattacharya Mehta and Rajeshwari V. Pandharipande A significant contribution to the current debate on Indian cinema, nationhood and Global Culture.

Collates the classic works of the preeminent Indian scholar of Chinese history and Buddhism, Professor Prabodh Chandra Bagchi (1898–1956).

South Asian Studies 210 pages • P • 9789380601342 • Aug-2011 • `495

‘Prabodh Chandra Bagchi was an outstanding Indian scholar of Sino-Indian cultural relations, and his approach to the history of contact and exchange between these two great civilizations covered a broad range of fields and disciplines: philology, philosophy, history of religions, Buddhist studies, lexicography, diplomacy and trade, numismatics, and so forth. We are fortunate that Bangwei Wang and Tansen Sen have gathered together nearly two dozen of Bagchi’s best and most representative pieces, and should be particularly grateful that they have taken such care to reproduce Bagchi’s papers so accurately, down to the last demanding diacritical.’ — Professor Victor H. Mair, University of Pennsylvania South Asian Studies 272 pages • P • 9789380601373 • Oct-2011 • `495

1857 Uprising: A Tale of an Indian Warrior P • 9788190583527 • `495

Altered Destinations: Self, Society, and Nation in India P • 9788190757058 • `595

An Insider’s Experience of Insurgency in India’s NorthEast H • 9781843317005 • `495

Another Canon: Indian Texts and Traditions in English P • 9789380601014 • `595

Ascetics and Brahmins: Studies in Ideologies and Institutions P • 9789380601632 • `595

Basics of Nonlinearities in Mathematical Sciences H • 9781843317029 • `595

Boundaries, Dynamics and Construction of Traditions in South Asia P • 9789380601649 • `795

Breaking Free of Nehru: Let’s Unleash India P • 9788190583589 • `550

Calcutta Mosaic: Essays and Interviews on the Minority Communities of Calcutta P • 9789380601618 • `595

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Citizenship and Statelessness in Sri Lanka: The Case of the Tamil Estate Workers

Language, Texts, and Society: Explorations in Ancient Indian Culture and Religion

P • 9789380601496 • `495

P • 9789380601656 • `595

Class and Religion in Ancient India

Mad Tales from the Raj: Colonial Psychiatry in South Asia, 1800–58

H • 9781843317272 • `525

Community Warriors: State, Peasants and Caste Armies in Bihar P • 9781843317098 • `525

Imagined Mobility: Migration and Transnationalism among Indian Students in Australia P • 9789380601441 • `495

Independence to Globalization: An Indian Manager’s Journey P • 9788190583541 • `450

India’s External Relations in a Globalized World Economy P • 9781843317265 • `395

Indian Democracy: Problems and Prospects P • 9788190757096 • `595

India’s Security Dilemmas: Pakistan and Bangladesh P • 9781843317104 • `525

Science, Spirituality and the Modernization of India H • 9781843317487 • `795

Special Economic Zones in India: Myths and Realities H • 9788190583534 • `550

P • 9789380601489 • `495

Studies on the Carvaka/ Lokayata

Martyr as Bridegroom: A Folk Representation of Bhagat Singh

P • 9789380601663 • `495

H • 9788190583503 • `450

Nationalizing the Body: The Medical Market, Print and Daktari Medicine P • 9789380601502 • `595

Re-framing Democracy and Agency in India: Interrogating Political Society P • 9789380601625 • `595

Religion, Law and Power: Tales of Time in Eastern India, 1860–2000 P • 9789380601533 • `495

Renaissance Themes: Essays Presented to Arun Kumar Das Gupta H • 9788190757010 • `550

Rise of the Asian Giants: The Dragon-Elephant Tango H • 9788190583596 • `795

The Anthropologist and the Native: Essays for Gananath Obeyesekere P • 9789380601670 • `595

The Changing Identity of Rural India: A Sociohistoric Analysis H • 9788190757027 • `695

The Fleeing People of South Asia: Selections from Refugee Watch P • 9788190583572 • `695

The Indian Uprising of 1857–8: Prisons, Prisoners and Rebellion P • 9789380601526 • `495

Trysts with Democracy: Political Practice in South Asia P • 9789380601403 • `595

Women Building Peace Between India and Pakistan: P • 9781843317326 • `450

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Literature FEATURED The Anthem Glossary of Literary Terms and Theory

Perspectives on Comparative Literature and Culture in the Age of Globalization

Peter Auger, with a Foreword by Robert Douglas-Fairhurst

Edited by Saugata Bhaduri and Amar Basu

A guide to the literary terms most relevant to students and readers of English literature today.

Provides a fresh look at the field of comparative literature and culture studies from a historical and political perspective.

Literature 404 pages • P • 9789380601335 • Aug-2011 • `395

Literary Theory: An Introductory Reader Edited by Saugata Bhaduri and Simi Malhotra This essential reader provides a thorough grounding in the basics of literary theory.

Literature 200 pages • P • 9788190757089 • Feb-2010 • `395

Ambivalence in Hardy: A Study of his Attitude to Women Shanta Dutta Hardy’s complex attitude to women is explored through close textual analysis, feminist reading and a biographical approach.

Literature 325 pages • P • 9789380601052 • May-2010 • `395

Literature 256 pages • P • 9781843317296 • Jan-2007 • `495

Dialogics of Self, the Mahabharata and Culture: The History of Understanding and Understanding of History

Language, Discourse and Culture: Contemporary Philosophical Perspectives

Negotiating Glocalization: Views from Language, Literature and Culture Studies

P • 9781843317500 • `450

P • 9788190583510 • `395

P • 9789380601458 • `595

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Education FEATURED 300 Creative Physics Problems with Solutions László Holics This collection of exercises, compiled for talented high school students, encourages creativity and a deeper understanding of ideas when solving physics problems.

International Mathematical Olympiad Volume 2: 1976–1990 István Reiman A fantastic compilation of mathematical puzzles featuring every question set from 1976–1990, along with comprehensive solutions and multiple answers where applicable.

Education 538 pages • P • 9789380601366 • Jul-2011 • `595

Education 199 pages • P • 9781843312000 • Jan-2005 • `495

International Mathematical Olympiad Volume 1: 1959–1975

International Mathematical Olympiad Volume 3: 1991–2004

István Reiman

István Reiman

2013

A fantastic compilation of mathematical puzzles featuring every question set from 1959–1975, along with comprehensive solutions and multiple answers where applicable.

A fantastic compilation of mathematical puzzles featuring every question set from 1991–2004, along with comprehensive solutions and multiple answers where applicable.

Education 217 pages • P • 9781843311980 • Jan-2005 • `495

Education 186 pages • P • 9781843312048 • Jan-2005 • `495

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