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Sikhism in Global Context$

Pashaura Singh

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780198075547

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198075547.001.0001

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(p.277) Appendix C Selected Works of N. Gerald Barrier

(p.277) Appendix C Selected Works of N. Gerald Barrier

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Sikhism in Global Context
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(p.277) Appendix C

Selected Works of N. Gerald Barrier

Books and Articles

The Punjab Alienation of Land Bill of 1900 (Durham: Duke University, 1966).

Punjab History in Printed British Documents: A Bibliographic Guide to Parliamentary Papers and Select Non-serial Publications, 1843–1947 (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1969).

The Punjab in Nineteenth Century Tracts: An Introduction to the Pamphlet Collections in the British Museum and India Office (East Lansing, MI: Research Committee on the Punjab, 1969).

The Punjab Press, 1880–1905, with Paul Wallace (East Lansing, MI: Research Committee on the Punjab, 1970).

The Sikhs and Their Literature: A Guide to Tracts, Books and Periodicals, 1849–1919 (Delhi: Manohar Book Service; Columbia: South Asia Books, 1970).

Banned: Controversial Literature and Political Control in British India, 1907–1947, (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1974).

India and America: American Publishing on India, 1930–1985 (New Delhi: Manohar and American Institute of Indian Studies, 1986).

‘Hindi, Urdu, and Punjabi Tracts on Nineteenth-Century Punjab: An Introduction to The Pamphlet Collections in the British Museum and India Office Library’. Typescript (at LOC) also available at Center for Research Libraries.

Edited Volumes

Punjab Past and Present: Essays in Honour of Dr Ganda Singh (ed.) Harbans Singh and N. Gerald Barrier (Patiala: Punjabi University, 1976).

Roots of Communal Politics, edited and with historical introduction by N. Gerald Barrier. [Indian National Congress, ‘Cawnpore Riots (p.278) Enquiry Committee, Report’], (New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann Publishers, 1976).

Sikh Studies: Comparative Perspectives On a Changing Tradition: Working Papers From The Berkeley Conference on Sikh Studies (ed) Mark Juergensmeyer and N. Gerald Barrier (Berkeley: Graduate Theological Union, 1979).

British Imperial Policy in India and Sri Lanka, 1858–1912: A Reassessment (ed) Robert I. Crane and N. Gerald Barrier (New Delhi: Heritage Publishers, 1981).

The Census in British India: New Perspectives, edited with an introduction by N. Gerald Barrier (New Delhi: Manohar, 1981).

Aspects of India: Essays in Honor of Edward Cameron Dimock, Jr (ed.) Margaret Case and N. Gerald Barrier (New Delhi: Manohar Publications for American Institute of Indian Studies, 1986).

The Sikh Diaspora: Migration and The Experience Beyond Punjab (ed.) N. Gerald Barrier and Verne A. Dusenbery (Delhi: Chanakya Publications, 1989).

The Transmission of Sikh Heritage in The Diaspora (ed) Pashaura Singh and N. Gerald Barrier (New Delhi: Manohar, 1996).

Sikh Identity: Continuity and Change (ed) Pashaura Singh and N. Gerald Barrier (New Delhi: Manohar, 1999).

Sikhism and History: Festchrift for Professor W.H. McLeod (ed.) Pashaura Singh and N. Gerald Barrier (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2004).