Providence and the Raj: Imperial Mission and Missionary Imperialism

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SAGE Publications, Nov 24, 1998 - Social Science - 272 pages
How did the religious beliefs of imperialist Christians shape politics under the Raj? Drawing on disciplines from political economics to theology to literature, Studdert-Kennedy seeks to explain how religious convictions of the British and their notions of Providence played an important part in their colonial rule.

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Gerald Studdert-Kennedy is in the Department of Political Science, University of Birmingham.

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