Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Indo-British Review -- A Journal of History . . . Part II

With the brief introduction in Part I, this post looks at what was the Journal's objectives, when it ceased publication and other related things.

Journal clearly lists down it's objectives in serialized form. Here is the abridged version of that : promote the study of Indo-British History and Institutions, study the impact of India on Great Britain's art, culture and philosophy, document the "final aspects of British legacy in India", and "appraise the contributions of Englishmen" in various spheres spanning the three centuries (of British rule in India).

However, it is still unclear as to what happened to this Journal after 1997. Was it published post-1997 ? If so, until when ? Are these volumes available in any of the libraries and Government-run archives in India ?

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