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Friendship, Faith and Cosmopolitan Thought Zones on the Cusp of EmpireRethinking Colonialism and Cosmopolitanism in Transnational and International HistoryIndia and the Imperial WorldA Post-colonial History of ColonialismNotesThe Cosmopolitan Biography of the English Religious Liberal, Feminist and Writer, Sophia Dobson ColletIntroduction: Representing Cosmopolitan LivesCollet’s Religious Cosmopolitanism as a Search for Affective Religious CommunityCollet as a Cosmopolitan Writer on ReligionCollet’s Cosmopolitan FeminismConclusionNotesHenry Polak: The Cosmopolitan Life of a Jewish Theosophist, Friend of India and Anti-racist CampaignerWhat Ethical Imperatives?Consorting with IndiansCosmopolitan Thought Zones/pFriendships and CollaborationsStrains in the Polak-Gandhi Friendship‘He struggled to promote the rights of Indians’: The Indian Overseas AssociationLimits to Cosmopolitanism?ConclusionNotesProvincialised Cosmopolitanisms: Jehangir P. Patel and Marjorie SykesContrapuntal HistoriesLives and Meeting PointsWar and ChildhoodCambridge Years 1923-1926India 1928-1937 Apprenticeship-1948 MaturityConclusion: Provincialised Cosmopolitanisms?NotesCosmopolitan Modernity and Post-imperial Relations: Dominion Australia and Indian Internationalism in the Interwar PacificKotanda Rao in AustraliaBessie Rischbieth in IndiaS.K. Datta, British (Indian) Delegate to the IPRModernity in the Machine Age: The IPR Kyoto Conference of 1929ConclusionNotesThe Limits of Cosmopolitanism on the Cusp of EmpireThe Wider World of Imperial and Global NetworksNotes
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