Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Researching Indian Legal History from afar

I have a short piece this month on some of the sources and processes involved in doing Indian legal history without everyday access to archives in the UK or India. It might be especially useful for those at universities here in the U.S. that are members of the Center for Research Libraries (CRL) consortium which provides access to most of the resources I mention in the piece. Of course, none of this comes close to Mitra Sharafi's excellent and thorough guide to printed law reports and other primary sources!

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    I'm pursuing law from an Indian college, and I'm very much interested in Anglo-Indian history. It would of great help if you can share more resources to know about the subject.

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