Legible bodies : race, criminality and colonialism in South Asia /
Annotation From the late eighteenth to mid-twentieth centuries, the British incarcerated tens of thousands of prisoners in South Asian jails and transported tens of thousands of convicts to penal settlements overseas in South East Asia, the Indian Ocean and the Andaman Islands. British penal adminis...
|Published:||Oxford : Berg, 2004.|
|Online Access:||ebook@2004 All EBSCO eBooks Access restricted to Concordia patrons.|
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