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Science, Technology and Medicine in Colonial India

by David Arnold

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History of science,
  • Psychology,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Asia - India,
  • History / India,
  • Science--India--History,
  • Science-History,
  • Technology-History,
  • General

  • Edition Notes

    The New Cambridge History of India

    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages247
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7748799M
    ISBN 100521617189
    ISBN 109780521617185

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One of the first works to analyse the colonial era as a whole from the perspective of science, the book investigates the relationship between Indian and western science, the nature of science, technology and medicine under the Company, the creation of state-scientific services, 'imperial science' and the rise of an Indian scientific community, the impact of scientific and medical research and the dilemmas of nationalist by:   One of the first works to analyse the colonial era as a whole from the perspective of science, the book investigates the relationship between Indian and western science, the nature of science, technology and medicine under the Company, the creation of state-scientific services, 'imperial science' and the rise of an Indian scientific community, the impact of scientific and medical research and the dilemmas of nationalist science.4/5(1).

Interest in the science, technology and medicine of India under British rule has increased in recent years and has played an important part in the reinterpretation of modern South Asian history. David Arnold's wide-ranging analysis combines a discussion of all three fields across the entire Price: $ One of the first works to analyse the colonial era as a whole from the perspective of science, the book investigates the relationship between Indian and western science, the nature of science, 5/5(1).

One of the first works to analyse the colonial era as a whole from the perspective of science, the book investigates the relationship between Indian and Western science, the nature of science, technology and medicine under the Company, the creation of state scientific services, 'imperial science' and the rise of an Indian scientific community, the impact of scientific and medical research and the dilemmas of nationalist science.

Interest in the science, technology and medicine of India under British rule has increased in recent years and has played an important part in the reinterpretation of modern South Asian history. David Arnold's wide-ranging analysis combines a discussion of all three fields across the entire colonial period--from the s through to Independence--offering both a survey of recent scholarship and an original.

David Arnold: Science, Technology, and Medicine in Colonial India Science, Technology, and Medicine in Colonial India by David Arnold Review by: rev. by Kapil Raj. Science, technology, and medicine played a central role in the history of modern imperialism. This argument is now confirmed by the editors of The New Cambridge History of India, who have included David Arnold's exceptionally useful book in their prestigious series.

One of the first works to analyse the colonial era as a whole from the perspective of science, the book investigates the relationship between Indian and western science, the nature of science, technology and medicine under the Company, the creation of state-scientific services, 'imperial science' and the rise of an Indian scientific community, the impact of scientific and medical research and the dilemmas of nationalist : David Arnold.

Science, Technology and Medicine in Colonial India. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 32(1), Metcalf, Thomas R. "Science, Technology and Medicine in Colonial India." Journal of Interdisciplinary History (): One of the first works to analyse the colonial era as a whole from the perspective of science, the book investigates the relationship between Indian and Western science, the nature of science, technology and medicine under the Company, the creation of state scientific services, 'imperial science' and the rise of an Indian scientific community, the impact of scientific and medical research and the dilemmas of.

One of the first works to analyse the colonial era as a whole from the perspective of science, the book investigates the relationship between Indian and western science, the nature of science, technology and medicine under the Company, the creation of state-scientific services, 'imperial science' and the rise of an Indian scientific community.

Medicine occupied a central place in Western scientific thought and activity in nineteenth-century India. There were many reasons for this. Firstly, the Colonial Medical Service was one of the principal scientific agencies in India during the Company period and for several decades by: 2.

Indian Science and Technology in the Eighteenth Century Geological Knowledge During the Late Nineteenth Century Colonial Madras Presidency.

Indian Journal of History of Science 37 Colonialism and Science in India. In: Selin H. (eds) Encyclopaedia of the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures. Springer. Book Reviews: David Arnold, Science, Technology and Medicine in Colonial India Article (PDF Available) in Indian Economic & Social History Review 38(3) September with Reads.

This chapter explores some of the less familiar aspects of science, medicine, and empire in early colonial India, examining some of the many informal networks which overlapped with those created by the East India Company and key metropolitan institutions like the Royal Society.

It looks both at knowledge gathering within British India and at the circulation of ideas between India, Britain, and. The Indian subcontinent was well inhabited by the first millennium BCE.

The inhabited territory extended west into areas that today are in Pakistan and Afghanistan. These ancient Indians had a well‐developed system of medicine termed Āyurveda (The Science of Life). Ayurvedic physicians practiced medicine and to a lesser extent, surgery. Schwartzberg, Joseph E.

(), "Maps and Mapmaking in India", Encyclopaedia of the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures (2nd edition) edited by Helaine Selin, pp. –, Springer, ISBN   This book analyzes the diverse facets of the social history of health and medicine in colonial India.

It explores a unique set of themes that capture the diversities of India, such as public health, medical institutions, mental illness and the politics and economics of colonialism. Based on inter-disciplinary research, the contributions offer valuable insight into topics that have recently.

"Science, Technology, and Medicine in Colonial India is a welcome antidote both to presentations of twentieth-century Indian science as the simple fruit of transplanted European learning and to fundamentalist offerings that seek to establish Hindu precedents for modern science, accusing the latter of merely borrowing from ancient oriental learning."4/5(1).

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