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Specters of Mother India: The Global Restructuring of an Empire

Specters of Mother India: The Global Restructuring of an Empire

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Winner of the Joan Kelley Memorial Prize in Women's History

A huge international controversy followed the 1927 publication of Mother India, an expose written by American journalist Katherine Mayo. Mother India provided graphic details of a variety of social ills in India, especially those related to the status of women and to the particular plight of the country's child wives. The book was translated into more than a dozen languages, and it was reviewed in virtually every major publication on five continents. Mrinalini Sinha traces the controversy surrounding Mother India, explaining how the uproar became a catalyst for far-reaching changes, including a reconfiguration of the relationship between the political and social spheres in colonial India.

Mrinalini Sinha is Associate Professor of History and Women's Studies at Penn State University.


ISBN: 978 81 89884 32 8. Categories: , .
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Page Count

372

Binding

Hardback

Year of Publication

2006

ISBN 978 81 89884 32 8
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