Multiple chapters in Manu V. Devadevan (ed.). 2018. Clio and Her Descendants: Essays in Honour of Kesavan Veluthat. New Delhi: Primus Books.
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Countryside Transit: Money, Market, and the Eighteenth Century in Malabar
Kerala and Sri Lanka: History, Mythology, Folklore, Rituals, and Law
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On Chattan: Conflicting Statements about a South Indian Deity
Emerging Livelihood Patterns and Power Relations in Tamil Western Lands : A Study of the Patirrupattu
About the book: Clio and Her Descendants is a collection of essays dedicated to honour Kesavan Veluthat’s scholarship, and brings together the work of thirty historians who look to expand the horizons of South Asia’s diverse and polyphonic past. The variety of themes, concerns, and methodologies that these essays explore not only capture the vibrancy of the historiography of the present, but also offer invaluable signposts for future research.
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