Forgotten voices of the British empire : how knowledge was created and curated in colonial India and Burma / Carol Ann Boshier.

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Main Author: Boshier, Carol Ann (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2022]
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505 0 |a Spheres of knowledge -- Indigenous informants and go-betweens -- The botanical surveys of Francis Buchanan-Hamilton -- Francis Whyte Ellis : 'a nearly perfect embodiment of orientalism as colonial policy' -- 'The white pundit' : William Johnson and the great trigonometrical survey of India -- Dr Clement Williams : a British merchant at the court of King Mindon -- William Marshman Bailey : 'the right sort' of political officer and collector ICS : collecting and photographing the Naga peoples of North-East Burma -- The last word from the women of the empire. 
520 |a "Forgotten Voices of the British Empire investigates the contribution made by outsiders in accumulating knowledge from the days of the East India Company until the early twentieth century, when photography became an important tool for recording information"--  |c Provided by publisher. 
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