Papers


Mamul in the City: Urban petitions in Early Colonial Madras
Aparna Balachandra (University of Delhi)

 

Petitioning around the Cow: Writ Petitions in the Indian Republic
Rohit De (University of Cambridge)

 

Parchis, Petitions and Political Connections
Matthew Hull (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

 

Petitions, People and the Late Mughal Judicial Order
Abhishek Kaicker (Harvard University)


Petitioning to Kill and Claim: Governing Man Eating Big Cats in Uttarakhand India
Nayanika Mathur (University of Cambridge)


Gota, Majalis and Panchayat: Petitioning and Judicial Institutions in western India, c. 1600-1820
Rosalind O'Hanlon (University of Oxford)

 

Form and Performance: Sincerity and Authority in Early Colonial Petitioning
Bhavani Raman (University of Toronto)

 

Princes & Paupers: Petitioning and Late Colonial Governance
Julia Stephens (University of Cambridge)

 

Petitions, Civil Society, and the Making of Sovereignty in Seventeenth-Century Bombay
Philip Stern (Duke University)

 

Petitioning and the making of a colonial judicial state in eighteenth century Bengal
Robert Travers (Cornell University)

 

Petitions and the Decline of Relational Power in Nineteenth Century India
Jon Wilson (King's College London)