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    3. Inside Darfur: Ethnic Genocide by a Governance Crisis—Mahgoub El-Tigani Mahmoud

    4. Forms of Knowledge in Early Modern South Asia: Introduction—Sheldon Pollock

    5. Transitions and Translations: Regional Power and Vernacular Identity in the Dakhan, 1500-1800—Sumit Guha

    6. Dynamics of Textual Transmission in Premodern India: The Kavitavali of Tulsidas—Imre Bangha

    7. The Anxiety of Innovation: The Practice of Literary Science in the Hindi/Riti Tradition—Allison Busch

    8. The Making of a Munshi—Muzaffar Alam and Sanjay Subrahmanyam

    9. The City of Beauties in Indo-Persian Poetic Landscape—Sunil Sharma

    10. The Authority of Empiricism and the Empiricism of Authority: Medicine and Buddhism in Tibet on the Eve of Modernity—Janet Gyatso

    11. German Orientalism: Introduction—Jennifer Jenkins

    12. German Orientalism in the Age of Confessional Consolidation: Jacob Andreae's Thirteen Sermons on the Turk, 1568—Susan R. Boettcher

    13. Comparative Linguistics as Ethnology: In Search of Indo-Germans in Central Asia, 1770-1830—Tuska Benes

    14. Thoughts on Zionism in the Context of German-Middle Eastern Relations—Nina Berman

    15. German Heralds of Holy War: Orientalists and Applied Oriental Studies—Gottfried Hagen

    16. Will the Real Almásy Please Stand Up! Transporting Central European Orientalism via The English Patient—Eugene Sensenig-Dabbous

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