• Itineraries of Self-Rule: Essays on the Centenary of Gandhi′s Hind Swaraj

    An issue of: Public Culture
    Volume: 23
    Issue: 2
    Special Issue Editor(s): Ritu Birla, Faisal Devji
    Pages: 240
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    Our Gandhi, Our Times–Arjun Appadurai

    Guest Editors' Letter: Itineraries of Self-Rule–Ritu Birla and Faisal Devji


    The Paradox of Nonviolence–Faisal Devji

    The Ethics of Self-Rule: Violence and Masculinity in Contemporary South Africa–Crain Soudien


    Violent Texts, Vulnerable Readers: Hind Swaraj and Its South African Audiences–Isabel Hofmeyr

    An "Eventful" History of Hind Swaraj: Gandhi between the Battle of Tsushima and the Union of South Africa–Jonathan Hyslop

    Gandhi and the Goa Question–Pamila Gupta

    Gandhi's Progressive Disillusionment: Thumbs, Fingers, and the Rejection of Scientific Modernism in Hind Swaraj–Keith Breckenridge


    The Case of the Missing Mahatma: Gandhi and the Hindi Cinema–Rachel Dwyer

    Hindu Modern: Considering Gandhian Aesthetics–Vyjayanthi Rao

    The Tiger's Nature, but Not the Tiger: Bal Gangadhar Tilak as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi's Counter-Guru–Christopher Pinney


    Patience, Inwardness, and Self-Knowledge in Gandhi's Hind Swaraj–Uday S. Mehta

    Gandhi before Mahatma: The Foundations of Political Truth–Shruti Kapila

    The Ellipsis of Touch: Gandhi's Unequals–Aishwary Kumar


    Might as Well Face It, We're Addicted to Gandhi–Ritu Birla

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