In this finely researched work satoshi mizutani delves into the history of eurasian and domiciled europeans in british india between 1858 and 1930 this is a study in the making of whiteness a task mizutani accomplishes not by studying the relationship between colonizer and colonized but rather and far more effectively by tracking the ambiguities in the relationships among those of mixed . The meaning of white race class and the domiciled community in british india 1858 1930 oxford historical monographs satoshi mizutani isbn 9780199697700 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. The edifice of whiteness in british india remained complex and even contradictory during the period from 1858 to 1930 under the raj the spread of racial ideologies was thoroughly pervasive but paradoxically or perhaps all the more for it whiteness was never taken as self evident whether as a concept or as a code of praxis rather it was constantly called into question while its . A study of how the whiteness of europeans was constructed in the colonial situation using british india of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as a case study. From 1858 to 1930 the concept of whiteness in british india was complex and contradictory under the raj the spread of racial ideologies was pervasive but whiteness was never taken as self evident it was constantly called into question and its boundaries were disciplined and policed through socio cultural and institutional practices only those whites with social status cultural refinement
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