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The King and the People: sovereignty and popular politics in Mughal Delhi.

著者名:
Kaicker, Abhishek
出版元:
Oxford U.P. (India)
頁数:
xviii,351p maps
刊行年:
2020
ISBN:
9780197531839

Mughal empire -- History -- India

Drawing on a wealth of sources from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, this book is the first comprehensive account of the dynamic relationship between ruling authority and its urban subjects in an era that until recently was seen as one of only decline. By placing ordinary people at the centre of its narrative, this wide-ranging work offers fresh perspectives on imperial sovereignty, on the rise of an urban culture of political satire, and on the place of the practices of faith in the work of everyday politics.

* Provides the first comprehensive account of the relationship between the ruling authority and urban subjects in Mughal Delhi
* Challenges the narrative of imperial decline and places ordinary people at the center of the story
* Offers fresh perspectives on imperial soveriegnty and urban culture in the capital of the Mughal empire


Introduction
Chapter 1: Nadir Shah and the State of Conquest
Chapter 2: Sovereignty, City and the People
Chapter 3: Poetry and the Public in Aurangzeb's Delhi
Chapter 4: Law and the People Under Aurangzeb
Chapter 5: Regicide and Popular Protest
Chapter 6: Islam as a Language of Popular Politics
Chapter 7: The Shoemakers' Riot and the Limits of Popular Politics
Epilogue
Bibliography

No.
39315
価格:
4,484円


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