Constructing the Criminal Tribe in Colonial India: Acting Like a Thief
Constructing the Criminal Tribe in Colonial India provides a detailed overview of the phenomenon of the “criminal tribe” in India from the early days of colonial rule to the present.
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Acting Like a Thief Introduction
Acting Like a Thief 1 Placing Criminals Displacing Thuggee Historical Representation Fact and Stereotype c 18302005
Acting Like a Thief 2 How to Make a Thug Recipes for Producing Crime 18301910
Acting Like a Thief 3 Discipline Labor Salvation Repression Reform and the Thuggee Precedent
Acting Like a Thief 4 Acting Like a Thief From Aesthetics of Survival to the Politics of Liberation
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