Connecting British and Indian, elite and subaltern: Arthur Crawford and corruption in the later nineteenth century Western India

@article{Aukland2013ConnectingBA,
  title={Connecting British and Indian, elite and subaltern: Arthur Crawford and corruption in the later nineteenth century Western India},
  author={Knut Aukland},
  journal={South Asian History and Culture},
  year={2013},
  volume={4},
  pages={314 - 335}
}
  • Knut Aukland
  • Published 2013
  • Sociology
  • South Asian History and Culture
  • This article aims to investigate connections between British and Indian, and elite and subaltern, by exploring the career of colonial administrator Arthur Crawford. The level of separation between British and Indian as portrayed in post-colonial studies is challenged by Crawford's intimate connections with various Indian groups. A particular manifestation of these connections was the Crawford Scandal of 1889. Dubbed as the ‘most notorious case of corruption in Victorian India’ it involved… CONTINUE READING
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