Paul Murphy on the Raj pioneers who set in train thoughts of conservation in independent India.
Volume 47 Issue 9 September 1997
Vernon Hewitt on one of the bitterest legacies of partition.
On the 50th anniversary of Indian independence, Alan Johnson reassesses Mountbatten's role in the process of partition, and his legacy.
Mushirul Hasan looks at the reflection of the trauma and tragedy of partition through literature and personal histories.
Coming home to mother? Bhikhu Parekh on the impact the subcontinent’s peoples have had (and continue to have) in Britain itself.
Francis Robinson considers what the Muslims wanted - and what they got - out of the decision to divide the subcontinent on religious lines.
Tanika Sarkar examines the evolving position of women in India before 1947 and since independence.
David Washbrook on how the trauma of mutiny was catalyst to a new imperial vision - courtesy of skilful Victorian public relations for the subcontinent.
M. Naeem Qureshi on a remnant of empire which has moved beyond being a mere repository of the Raj.