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Popular Religion, Elites and Reforms: Hook-Swinging its Prohibition in Colonial India 1800-1894

 
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About the author

Geoffrey A Oddie

Geoffrey A. Oddie is an Honorary Research Associate in the Department of History at the University of Sydney, Australia. He has lectured in history in the same department since 1964, and has also been a Visiting Professor at the United Theological College, Bangalore (2003). Dr. Oddie was first published in 1957. Since then he has authored, edited or contributed to a score of books on various aspects of religion in South Asia, with a focus on Hinduism and missionary Christianity in Colonial and pre-colonial times. His books include Missionaries, rebellion and Proto-Nationalism. James Long of Bengal: 1814-87 (1998); Religious Conversion Movements in South Asia: Continuities and Change (edited, 1997); Popular Religion, Elites and Reform: Hook-swinging and Its Prohibition in Colonial India, 1800-1894 (1995); and Social Protest in India: British Protestant Missionaries and Social Reforms, 1850-1900 (1979).

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Title Popular Religion, Elites and Reforms: Hook-Swinging its Prohibition in Colonial India 1800-1894
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1995
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8173041016
length 200 Pp, Demy 8vo