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Women's Voices, Men's Lives: Masculinity in a North Indian Urdu newspaper*
  • M. Robb
  • Sociology
  • Modern Asian Studies
  • 27 June 2016
Abstract Literary journals and newspapers aiming to reform the religious beliefs and domestic habits of women were common in early twentieth-century North India. Although most readings have focusedExpand
Supervisee Art-Based Disclosure in El Duende Process Painting
Abstract Although art-based supervision often leads to supervisee disclosure, little is known about the experience, process, or contributions of such disclosure. We investigated the phenomenon ofExpand
Interpreting the qasbah conversation : Muslims and Madinah newspaper, 1912-1924
This thesis’ original contribution to knowledge is to indicate the unique contribution of qasbah­‐based Urdu newspapers to the emergence of an Urdu public sphere in early 20th century South Asia,Expand
Muslims against the Muslim League
Feeling Modern: The History of Emotions in Urban South Asia 1
The foundation of history's recent ‘emotional turn’ is that emotions matter in shaping individual and social motivations. Their importance is not just instrumental: against the explanatory grain ofExpand