Kirti Narayan Chaudhuri
, is an eminent scholar and historian of the 16th and 17th centuries. He is professor of History at the
University of London
and has pioneered new methods of historical analyses; see
Bill Johnson on Professor Chaudhuri and his work
. It is noteworthy that Chaudhuri schooled all his sons at home and his son Kirti Chaudhuri did well at the best of British universities.
By the Company we keep
is an interesting article which touches on some of the ideas put forth by Nirad Chaudhuri and his son Kirti Narayan Chaudhuri.
The Price of Freedom
is an article on the Fiftieth anniversary of Indian independence with references to Nirad Chaudhuri's views.
Some comments on stereotypes of the Anglo-Indians
is an article by Megan Stuart Mills of York University (Canada). For more on the subject see
a series of articles
The Perils of Indian Democracy
is an article by Ian Buruma in the New York Review of Books.
is an article that quotes some of Chaudhuri's work.
Revenge in the Indies
is another article by Ian Buruma in the New York Review of Books.
To Breathe Democracy
is Patrick French's review of the book
The Idea of India
by Sunil Khilnani.
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