Ironies of Colonial Governance analyses the ideas and practices which characterised the governing of colonial India. It focuses on the history of the customary Indian village council and traces how the ideal of the village council became an essential aspect of both colonial governance and nationalist ideology. Law, Custom and Justice in Colonial India », Revue d'histoire du XIXe siècle, 56 2018, 227-229. Référence électronique. Julie Marquet, « James JAFFE, Ironies of Colonial Governance. Law, Custom and Justice in Colonial India », Revue d'histoire du XIXe siècle [En ligne], 56 2018, mis en ligne le 15 octobre 2018, consulté le 17 avril.
Ironies of Colonial Governance traces the history of that ideal and the attempts to adapt it to colonial governance. Beginning with an in-depth analysis of British attempts to introduce a system of panchayat governance during the early nineteenth-century, it analyses the legacies of these actions within the structures of later colonial administrations as well as the early nationalist movement. Ironies of colonial governance: law, custom and justice in colonial India James Jaffe （Cambridge studies in law and society） Cambridge University Press, 2015: hardback. Ironies of Colonial Governance Law, Custom and Justice in Colonial India - ebook ePub James Jaffe Auteur The Indian village council, or panchayat, has long held an iconic place in India.
Colonial Justice in British India: White Violence and the Rule of Law Elizabeth Kolsky. Year: 2010. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Language: english. Pages: 130. ISBN 10: 0521190789. ISBN 13: 9780521190787. Series: Cambridge Studies in Indian History and Society. Ironies of Colonial Governance: Law, Custom and Justice in Colonial. Select Publications: Ironies of Colonial Governance: Law, Courts, and Justice in Colonial India Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming. ‘The Affairs of Others’: The Diaries of Francis Place, 1825-1836 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press/Royal Historical Society, 2007.
Ironies of colonial governance: Law, custom, and justice in colonial India. an iconic place in India. Ironies of Colonial Governance traces the history of that ideal and the attempts to adapt. 6 Jaffe, J., Ironies of Colonial Governance: Law, Custom and Justice in Colonial India, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2015, Chapters 8–10. 7 Report of the Indian Bar Committee, 1923–24,. city and ‘colonial governance’ in late colonial indonesia: towards an agenda for historical research Urban history is a rich and challenging field of study, which is relatively new in Indonesia. In last decade, a body of literature have been produced which examine various aspects of Indonesian urban history of the colonial period. Focusing on colonial legal politics and the interrelation of local and indigenous cultural contests and institutional change, the book uses case studies to trace a shift in plural legal orders - from the multicentric law of early empires to the state-centered law of the colonial and postcolonial world. Dec 01, 2018 · Alastair McClure is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Chicago. His broader research examines the history of criminal law in colonial India and the wider Indian Ocean world, with a particular interest in questions relating to colonial violence and sovereignty.
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Ironies of Colonial Governance: Law, Custom and Justice in Colonial India James Jaffe ISBN 9781107087927 Published May 2015 Cambridge University Press. Another nineteenth century: India under colonial rule. You are currently viewing the International edition of our site. You might also want to visit our French Edition. It is filled with articles from 500 journals and chapters from 10 000 books. James Jaffe The Tortured Life and Mysterious Death of Trial by Jury in India This paper discusses the long and troubled history of the jury trial in India between 1860-1960. Although the origins of its history are as old as Britain’s colonial rule itself, trial by jury for Indians was first introduced in.
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