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Kingdoms of Memory, Empires of Ink: the Veda and the regional print cultures of colonial India.

著者名:
Galewicz, Cezary
出版元:
Jagiellonian U.P.
冊数:
302p
刊行年:
2020
ISBN:
9788323343912

Vedas -- Publication and distribution -- India -- History -- 19th century

The backbone of this book on books is a history of a most unusual concept of the book that developed in South Asia with reference to the Veda... By the 19th century, regional cultures of print showed an uneven and spatially discontinuous development across the Indian subcontinent. They variously fed on regional patterns of communication, configurations of power, patronage, and a new economic regime. Their development formed part of tremendous transformations in the structures of power, statecraft, authority, and communication that the subcontinent was going through while being gradually absorbed into the globalizing orbit of the emerging British Empire. The period witnessed a general shift of knowledge-production sites and relocation of distribution and text-circulation networks towards new urban centres.... This book tries to understand how the emerging regional cultures of print created conditions for, inspired, and accommodated differently configured projects of bringing out printed editions of Vedic texts while leaving distinct traces of their respective nature on their editorial principles, book format, typographic form, and publishing ideology.


Introduction
I. Objects, Spaces and Practices.
   I.1. The Book as an object circulating in space.
   I.2. The Rebel Book of the VedaII.
II. The Veda Before Print.
   II.1 The Beginnings: the travelling Veda
   II.2 The living libraries: the memorized Veda
   II.3 Performance and spectacle: The ritual Veda
   II.4 Scribes and scripture: the handwritten Veda
   II.5. The Veda commented upon
   II.5.1. The imperial commentary
   II.6 The Veda in the empire of writing
III. The Coming of Print to Indian Subcontinent
   III.1 The Missionary, the Government and the Commercial Printers
   III.2 Preachers, printers and Pundits
   III.2.1The Jesuit printers of the western coast
   III.2.2 German Danish Evangelists on the Coromandel Coast
   III.2.3 The media revolution of Serampore 1800 -1837
   III.2.4 Later Missionary print cultures
   III.3 The Empire in print and the Ethnographic State
   III.3.1 The Infernal machine
   III.3.2 The Government Press and imperial typography
   III.3.3 Print, catalogues and native knowledge
   III.3.4 The ethnographic state in print
   III.4 Indian Commercial Printing after 1835 (New Beginnings)
IV. The Printed Veda
   IV.1 The lost, imagined and recovered Veda
   IV.2. The Philological Veda
   IV.3. The Imperial Veda
   IV.3.1. Max Muller and his patrons
   IV.4. The Printed Veda for Panditas and Pundits
   IV.5. The Veda printed in India
   IV.5.1 The polluting ink
   IV.5.2 Whose is the printed Veda
   IV.5.3. The codex and the pothi
V. Towards social history of print cultures in colonial India
   V.1. The Printing revolution and social change
   V.2. Publishing Indian religions in print
   V.2.1 Printing and appropriation of the past
   V.3 Regional print cultures and the Veda
   V.4 Towards a new understanding of reading cultures

No.
52932
価格:
9,240円


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