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CADAFAZ DE MATOS, Manuel.  ‘L’imprimerie portugaise outré-mer’, in Pascal Fouché, Daniel Péchoin, & Philippe Schuwer (eds.),  Dictionnaire encyclopédique du livre …  (Paris: Éditions du Cercle de la Librairie, 2005), vol. 3, (N-Z) pp. 328-331. Includes ‘En Inde’ pp. 328-329 – covering 16th and 17th century printing at Velha Goa. 

CAKRABARTĪ, Svapan.  ‘Baiyera bhabishyat’, in Svapan Cakrabartī (ed.), Mudranera samskrti o bāmlā bai (Calcutta, Ababhasa, 2007), pp. 260-280. 

CAKRABARTĪ, Svapan (ed.)  Mudranera samskrti o bamla bai.  Calcutta, Ababhasa, 2007.  289 p., ill. In Bengali: “Print culture and the Bengali book”.  A collection of essays previously published in the quarterly magazine Ababhasa.  Separate entries given for individual essays. 

CAKRABARTĪ, Svapan  see also CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan 

CALCUTTA. – Bagbazar Reading Library.  Report of the Bagbazar Reading Library for the 19th year ending on June 1902.  Calcutta: K. P. Mookerjee, 1903.

CALCUTTA. – Bengal Club Library.  Catalogue of the Bengal Club Library.  Calcutta: [n.pub.], 1889.

CALCUTTA. – Bishop’s College.  Specimen of printing types from books and other works, used at Bishop’s College Press.  Calcutta: ………………………., 1854.

11899.bbb.24(5)

CALCUTTA. – Calcutta Auxiliary Bible Society.  The Bible in India (extracted from the 40th report of CABS).  London: …………………………………….., 1853.

3127.f.32

CALCUTTA. – Calcutta Chaitanya Library.  Calcutta Chaitanya Library catalogue of English books.  Calcutta: [n.pub.], 1903.

CALCUTTA. – Calcutta Literary Society  see DAY, Sham Lall 

CALCUTTA. – Duke Public Library.  Duke Public Library, Howrah classified catalogue of books.  Calcutta: [n.pub.], 1931.

CALCUTTA. – Government of India National Library .  The Carey exhibition of early printing and fine printing.  Calcutta: The Government of India Press, 1955.  41 p., plates.

Includes Norman A. Ellis on Indian typography. 

CALCUTTA. – Presidency College.  Catalogue of books in the Presidency College Library.  Calcutta: Bengal Secretariat Press, 1897.

CALCUTTA. – School-Book Committee.  Catalogue of Bengali books for schools, vernacular, medical classes, normal schools, etc.  Calcutta, 1875.

CALCUTTA. – School-Book Society.  Reports of the proceedings of the Calcutta School-Book Society.  … vols.  Calcutta:  ………………….

CALCUTTA. – United Service Club.  Catalogue of the Library of the United Service Club.  Calcutta: [n. pub.], 1892.

CALCUTTA. – Uttarpara Public Library.  Catalogue of  books in the Uttarpara Public Library.  Calcutta: Gupta Press, 1903. 

CALCUTTA. – Vernacular Translation Society.  Proceedings of the Vernacular Translation Society.  Calcutta: P. S. D’Rozario, 1845. 

The CALCUTTA Metropolitan Printing and Publishing House Limited, 1936.  [N.p., n.d.]  26 p.

On the publishers of the Calcutta Sanskrit Series.

‘CALCUTTA School Book Society’, Asiatic Journal Vol. 14 (Sept. 1822), pp. 296-297.

CALCUTTAWALA, Zohra.  Knowledge stores: the spatial dynamics of public library accessibility and consumption in Calcutta.  Unpublished Ph. D. thesis, University of Cincinnati, 2004.

CAMPBELL, Frank (comp.)  Index-catalogue of Indian official publications in the Library, British Museum.  London: The Library Supply Co., [1899].  6, 193, 314, 72 p.

With a separately printed supplement entitled Accessions No. 1 (Nov. 30, 1899) in 14 columns (2/page).

CANNON, Garland.  The life and mind of Oriental Jones: Sir William Jones, the father of modern linguistics.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990.  xix, 409 p.

Includes discussion of his works published at Calcutta.

CARROLL, Lucy.  ‘The Kayastha Samachara: from a caste to a national newspaper’, Indian Economic and Social History Review Vol. 10 (1973), pp. 280-292.

CARTER, Thomas Francis.  The invention of printing in China and its spread westward.  Rev. ed.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1931.  xxvi, 282 p., ill.

CASCI, Simonetta.  La stampa periodica in Bengala (1857-1878).  Milano: Casa Editrice Dott. A. Giuffrè, 1980.  119 p.  (Centro Studi per I Popoli Extra-Europei. Università di Pavia)

CASE, Margaret H.  South Asian history, 1750-1950: a guide to periodicals, dissertations and newspapers.  Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1968.  xiii, 561 p.

Includes (pp. 437- 503) a title-list of newspapers with institutuional location(s) and holdings statement arranged alphabetically by place of publication and then alphabetically by  title. 

CASTELLI, Enrico, & APRILE, Giovanni.  Divine lithography.  New Delhi: Il Tamburo Parlante Documentation Centre and Etrhnographic Museum, 2005.  167 p., ill.

Published to coincide with an exshibition commemorating the centenary of Raja Ravi Varma’s death in 1906.  Includesd a chapter on the Ravi Varma Press at Malavli in Maharashtra. 

CASTETS, J.  ‘Pioneers in European Sanskrit scholarship’, Indian Review 32 (1931), pp. 345-351.

CATTOPĀDHYĀYA, Jībānanda.  ‘Sonāya bāndhāno  Batatalā’, Anushtupa Vol. 45 No. 4 (2011) (Batatalā biśesha sankhyā), pp. 61-74.

In Bengali.  On the …………….. 

CATTOPĀDHYĀYA, Ratnābalī.  ‘Svarnabāi: nītikathā nā pornogrāphi?’, Anushtupa Vol. 45 No. 4 (2011) (Batatalā biśesha sankhyā), pp. 265-305.

In Bengali.  On the ……….. 

CATTOPĀDHYĀYA, Sunīl Kumār.  ‘Miśanapresa Śrīrāmapura’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 59-66.

In Bengali.  On the Serampore Mission Press in Bengal.

CATTOPĀDHYĀYA, Sunīl Kumār.  ‘Sriramapura prakasanera prathama yuga’, Ananda Bazara Patrika, 28 Magh 1385 (=1978), p. 4.

On the first phase of publishing at the Baptist Mission Press, Serampore, from …. to …..

CATTOPĀDHYĀYA, Sunīl Kumār.  [Book on Marshman?  Other books and articles??]

CATURVEDI, Jagdis Prasad.  The Indian press at the crossroads: saga of fifty years.  New Delhi: Media Research Associates, 1992.  ….. p.

CATURVEDĪ, Śrīnārāyan.  ‘Hindī patrakāritā: eka vihangāvalokana, Lokarāja (Vārshikī issue 1977), pp. 25-30.

In Hindi.  On the history of Hindi journalism. 

CAUDHURĪ, Pradīpa.  ‘Nirvācita pāthapañjī’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 464-482.

In Bengali.  A bibliography of sources (Bengali and English) on the history of Bengali printing and publishing, 

CAVE, Rodereck.  Impressions of nature: a history of nature printing.  London: The British Library, 2010.

Briefly discusses (pp. 138-143) various attempts at nature printing in both north and south India. 

CHADHA, Gita.  ‘Mirroring the precinct: a spectrum of bookshops’, in Kamala Ganesh, Usha Thakkar & Gita Chadha (eds.), Zero point Bombay: in & around Horniman Circle (New Delhi: Lotus Collection Roli Books, 2008), pp. 133-142.

CHADHA, Kalyani, & KAVOORI, Anandam P.  ‘Myanmar’, in  Shelton A. Gunaratne (ed.), Handbook of the media in Asia (New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2000), pp. 350-371. 

CAUDHURĪ, Śibadās.   ‘Pūrano baiyera sangraha’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 432-440.

In Bengali.  On collections of old Bengali books – in the Asiatic Society of Bengal, the Bangiya Sahitya Parishad, the National Library of India, Uttarpara Public Library and the Carey Library, Serampore. 

CHAGHATAI, M. Ikram.  ‘Dr. Aloys Sprenger and the Delhi College’, in Margrit Pernau (ed.), The Delhi College: traditional elites, the colonial state, and education before 1857 (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 105-124.

Includes (pp. 115-123) Sprenger’s involvement in the Delhi Vernacular Translation Society, in Urdu journalism and his setting up of a printing press in the College.

CHAKRABORTI, Smarajit.  The Bengali press (1818-1868): a study in the growth of public opinion.  Calcutta: Firma KLM Private Limited, 1976.  xi, 252 p., 8 p. of plates.

Gives as an appendix a complete list of Bengali newspapers and periodicals 1818-1868.  Based on the author’s Ph. D. thesis, Jadavpur University, Calcutta.

CHAKRABORTY DASGUPTA, Subha  >  DASGUPTA, Subha Chakraborty 

CHAKRAVARTHY, Pritham K. sel.  The Blaft anthology of tamil pulp fiction.  Chennai: Blaft Publications, 2008.  xiv, 366 p., ill.

The selector/translator’s note (pp. ix-xiv) gives a very brief overview of Tamil popular publishing.

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Ananda Publishers’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 465.

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Bangiya Sāhitya Parisat’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 507. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  Basumati Sāhitya Mandir’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 511. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Bengali Family Library’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 517. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Bhattācārya, Jatīndramohan’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 522. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Calcutta School-Book Society’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 577. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Fakirmohan, Senāpati’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 714.

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Fort William College’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 731. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Ghos, Prabhāt Kumār’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 750. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Gouranga Press’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 758. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Gurudas Chattopadhyay & Sons’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 771. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Introduction’, in Swapan Chakravorty & Abhijit Gupta (ed.) New word order: transnational themes in book history (Delhi: Worldview Publications, 2011, pp. 1-12.

Discusses ………………….. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Kolkata: a city found in translation’, in Sria Chatterjee & Jennie Renton (comp. & ed.), Kolkata book city: readings, fragments, images (Edinburgh: Textualities, 2009), pp. 63-80. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘The Library as affect.’  Unpublished paper, ‘Commodities and Affect’ conference (Commodities and Culture in the colonial world 1851-1914), Kolkata, 14 January 2011.

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Mitra, Rajendralal’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 937. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Mukhopādhyāy, Āśutos’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II pp. 949-950. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Mukhopādhyāy, Prabhāt Kumār’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p.950. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Purity and print: a note on nineteenth-century Bengali prose’, in Abhijit Gupta & Swapan Chakravorty (ed.) Print areas: book history in India (Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004), pp. 197-226.

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  Printing and book production in Bengal: an exhibition at Rabindranath Tagore Centre ….  Kolkata: School of Cultural Texts and Records, Jadavpur University, 2009.  45 p.

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Vernacular Literature Society’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1240. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan.  ‘Visva Bharati’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1244. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan, & GUPTA, Abhijit ed.  New word order: essays on the transnational history of the book.  New Delhi: Worldview, 2010.  xii, 190 p.,ill.

Separate entries given for the individual essays related to print in South Asia. 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan co-author  see GUPTA, Abhijit 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan co-editor  see GUPTA, Abhijit [x 2] 

CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan  see also CAKRABARTĪ, Svapan 

CHALAPATHI RAU, Manukonda.  The press.  New Delhi: National Book Trust, 1974.  211 p., ill.

Also published in a Hindi edition. 

CHALAPATHI RAU, Manukonda.  The press in India.  Bombay: Allied Publishers Private Limited, 1968.  145 p. 

CHALMERS, Rhoderick Alasdair MacDonald.  ‘We Nepalis’: language, literature, and the formation of a Nepali public sphere in India, 1914-1940.  Unpublished Ph. D. thesis, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 2003.  ….. p.

CHALMERS, Rhoderick Alasdair MacDonald.  ‘Pandits and pulp fiction: popular publishing and the birth of Nepali print-capitalism in Banaras’,  Studies in Nepali History and Society Vol. 7 No. 1 (2002), pp. 35-97.

CHALMERS, Rhoderick Alasdair MacDonald.  ‘When folk culture met print culture: some thoughts on the commercialisation, transformation and propagation of traditional genres in Nepali (1)’, Contributions to Nepalese Studies (July 1 2004), pp. …………..

CHAND, B.  ‘Urdu journalism in the Punjab’, Journal of the Punjab University Historical Society Vol. 2 Part 1 (1933), pp. ……..

CHANDA, Mrinal Kanti.  History of the English press in Bengal: 1780 – 1857.  Calcutta: K. P. Bagchi & Company, 1987.  xxix, 511 p.

CHANDA, Mrinal Kanti.  History of the English press in Bengal 1858-1880.  Calcutta: K. P. Bagchi, 2008.  xvi, 374 p.

With a list of 312 newspapers published in India outside Bengal, 20 in Burma and 12 in Ceylon between those dates (pp. 309-344).

CHANDRA, Nandini.  The classic popular: Amar Chitra Katha, 1967-2007.  New Delhi: Yoda Press, 2008.  xv, 243 p., ill.

CHANDRA, Nandini.  ‘The prehistory of the superhero comics in India (1976-1986), Thesis Eleven No. 113 (Dec. 2012), pp. 57-77. 

CHANDRA, Sudhir.  The oppressive present: literature and social consciousness in colonial India.  New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1992.  xi, 192 p. 

CHANDRAN, Mini.  ‘The democratisation of censorship: books and the Indian public’.  Unpublished paper, A World Elsewhere conference, Centre for the Book, Cape Town, 4 April 2007.

CHARI, Chandra.  ‘Reviewing of books’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 297-305.

CHATTERJEE, N.  ‘History of the Indian press and journalism: a select bibliography’, in S P. Sen (ed.) The Indian press (Calcutta: Institute of Historical Studies, 1967), pp. 151-166.

A collection of papers presented at the fourth annual conference of the Institute, Mysore, 1966.

CHATTERJEE, Partha.  The black hole of Empire: history of a global practice of power.  Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Pess, 2012.  xiv, 425 p., ill.

Includes “The early press in Calcutta” (pp. 109-120).

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Advani, Ram’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 450. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Allied Publishers’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 458. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Atmaram Sagoon’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 491. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Book history in India: outline of a discipline’,  Paradise: New Worlds of Books & Readers – Script and Print: Bulletin of the Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand Vol. 29 (2005), pp. 45-56.

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Canon without consensus: Rabindranath Tagore and the “Oxford Book of Bengali Verse”’, Book History Vol. 4 (2001), pp. 303-333. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Creating boyhood on the cusp of two cultures: Dhan Gopal Mukerji and Rudyard Kipling’, in Nilanjana Gupta & Rimi Barnali Chatterjee (ed.)  Reading children: essays on children’s literature (New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2009), pp. 40-56.

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Dharma as commodity: “The Rig Veda” and Oxford University Press’ Unpublished paper, ‘Commodities and Affect’ conference (Commodities and Culture in the colonial world 1851-1914), Kolkata, 14 January 2011. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  Empires of the mind: a history of the Oxford University Press in India under the Raj.  New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006.  x, 471 p., [8] p. of plates.

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘’Every line for India’: the Oxford University Press and the rise and fall of the Rulers of India Series’, , in Abhijit Gupta & Swapan Chakravorty (ed.) Print areas: book history in India (Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004), pp. 65-102.

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  Far flung fiction: colonial libraries and the British Raj.  Calcutta: Jadavpur University, 2003.  (Essays and Studies 17)

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Five centuries of print: the book in India, old and new’, Himal Vol. 24 No. 5 (May 2011), pp. 29-33.

A summary of the spread and development of printing throughout India from the mid-16th century onwards, missionary, government, educational, commercial, with reflections on its current state and future prospects.

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Higginbothams Bookstore’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 792. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Hind Pocket Books’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 793. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  A history of the trade to South Asia of Macmillan & Co., and Oxford University Press, 1875-1900.  Unpublished Ph.D thesis, University of Oxford, 1997.

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘How India took to the book: British publishers at work under the Raj’, in Jacques Michon & Jean-Yves Mollier (ed.)  Les mutations du livre et de l’édition dans le monde du XVIIIe siècle à l’an 2000.  (Saint-Nicolas (Québec): Les Presses de l’Université Laval; Paris: L’Harmattan, 2001), pp. 100-121.

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Indian Publishers, Federation of’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 817. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Iyer, V. Kalyanaram’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 828. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Jaico Books’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 830. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Lahiri, S. K.’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 856. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Macmillan (India)’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 903. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Macmillan in India: a short account of the company’s trade with the sub-continent’, in Elizabeth James (ed.) Macmillan: a publishing tradition.  (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2002), pp. 153-169.

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘National Book Trust (India)’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 958. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘The ‘octopodal idea’: Vincent Smith, Oxford University Press, and the histories of India’, in Chandreyee Niyogi (ed.)  Reorienting orientalism (New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2006), pp. 245-258.

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Orient Longman’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 987. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Oxford & IBH’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 991. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Oxford University Press India’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 991. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Pirates and philanthropists: British publishers and copyright in India, 1880-1935’, in Abhijit Gupta & Swapan Chakravorty (ed.) Moveable type: book history in India (Ranikhet: Permanent Black, 2008, pp. 26-77.

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Popular Prakashan’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1043. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Popular versus literary: who will make the Indian canon?’  Unpublished paper, Popular Fiction: Cultural Artefact or Commercial Product? conference, American Center Library, Kolkata, 25 March 2010.

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Rupa & Co.’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1113. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  Sacred Books of the East’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1116. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Taraporevala, D. B.’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1193. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Thacker, Spink & Co.’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1199.

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Wheeler & Co., A. H.’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1258. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali.  ‘Wilkins, Charles’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II pp. 1260-1261. 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali, co-author  see BARNES, John 

CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali co-editor  see GUPTA, Nilanjana 

CHATTERJEE, Sria.  ‘Oxford Bookstore: bookselling synchronicity’, in Sria Chatterjee & Jennie Renton (comp. & ed.), Kolkata book city: readings, fragments, images (Edinburgh: Textualities, 2009), pp. 147-152.

CHATTERJEE, Sria, & RENTON, Jennie comp. & ed.  Kolkata book city: readings, fragments, images.  Edinburgh: Textualities, 2009.  191 p., ill.

Separate entries given for individual essays.

CHATTERJEE, Sunil Kumar.  The Carey Library pamphlets (religious series): a catalogue.  Serampore: The Council of Serampore College, 1982.  55 p.

CHATTERJEE, Sunil Kumar.  Catalogue of Carey Library pamphlets: sermons and lectures, prepared with the help of the bibliographical notes of K. S. Diehl …  Serampore: Carey Library, Serampore College, 1981.  23 f.

CHATTERJEE, Sunil Kumar.  Felix Carey (a tiger tamed).  Sheoraphuli: The author, 1991.  121 p., gen. table.

Includes discussion of his printing press (pp. 50-53) and his literary works (pp. 81-89). 

CHATTERJEE, Sunil Kumar.  ‘Friend of India’, Carey Day [Serampore College] 1980, pp. 25-31. 

CHATTERJEE SRIWASTAV, Sharmista.  ‘Towards the making of a new genre: popular fiction by Chetan Bhagat – the mantra for the new generation’.  Unpublished paper, Popular Fiction: Cultural Artefact or Commercial Product? conference, American Center Library, Kolkata, 25 March 2010.

CHAUDHURI, Amit.  ‘Emblematic city’, in Sria Chatterjee & Jennie Renton (comp. & ed.), Kolkata book city: readings, fragments, images (Edinburgh: Textualities, 2009), pp. 179-187. 

CHAUDHURI, Amit (ed.)  The Picador book of modern Indian literature.  London: Picador, 2001.  xxxiv, 638 p.

With an introduction (pp. …….) comprising essays on “Modernity and the vernacular” and “The construction of the Indian novel in English”.

CHAUDHURI, Brahma.  ‘India’, in J. Don Vann & Rosemary T. VanArsdel (ed.) Periodicals of Queen Victoria’s empire: an exploration (London: Mansell, 1996), pp. 175-200.

Includes a list of 19th-century English-language periodicals published in India, based primarily on the holdings of the National Library of India in Kolkata and therefore far from complete.

CHAUDHURI, Indrajit co-editor  see BASU, Svapan 

CHAUDHURI, S. B.  ‘Early English printers and publishers in Calcutta’, Bengal Past & Present Vol. LXXXVII Part 1 (Jan. – June 1968), pp. 67-77.

CHAUDHURI, Sukanta.  ‘Banyan shade to open road: the Kolkata chapbook’, in Sria Chatterjee & Jennie Renton (comp. & ed.), Kolkata book city: readings, fragments, images (Edinburgh: Textualities, 2009), pp. 34-43. 

CHAUFLA, Sandeep.  ‘International investments and acquisitions in India: tax and regulatory aspects’, Publishing Research Quarterly Vol. 24 No. 3 (2008), pp. 187-201. 

CHHABRA, Viren.  ‘Indian printing industry: an overview’, in Dina N. Malhotra & Narendra Kumar (ed.), 60 years of book publishing in India 1947-2007 (New Delhi: The Federation of Indian Publishers, 2006), pp. 352-360.

CHOUDHURI, Indra Nath.  ‘Publishing of translations’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 181-189. 

CHOUDHURI, Indra Nath.  ‘Publishing translation: its national importance’, in Dina N. Malhotra & Narendra Kumar (ed.), 60 years of book publishing in India 1947-2007 (New Delhi: The Federation of Indian Publishers, 2006), pp. 208-217.

Revised version of the essay published in the 50-year commemorative volume.

CHOWDHURY, Indira.  A checklist of translations of European texts in Bengali 1800-1900.  Calcutta: Department of English, Jadavpur University, [1996].

CHUMMAR, T. M.  ‘Malayalam literature and Thomas Christians’, in George Menachery (ed.), Thōmāpēdia (Ollur: Thōmāpēdia, 2000), pp. 159-165.

CLARK, T. W. (ed.)  The novel in India: its birth and development.  London: George Allen & Unwin, 1970.  239 p.

Contains essays on ………………. 

CLAYTON, A. C.  Preachers in print: an outline of the work of the Christian Literature Society for India.  London: Christian Literature Society for India, [1911].  24 p.

CODY, Francis.  ‘Echos from the teashop in a Tamil newspaper.’  Unpublished paper, The 39th Annual Conference on South Asia, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 16 October 2010. 

COHN, Bernard.  Colonialism and its forms of knowledge: the British in India.   Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996.  xvii, 189 p.

COHN, Bernard.  ‘The command of language and the language of command’, in R. Guha (ed.) Subaltern Studies IV (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1985), pp. 276-329.

‘The COMPANY of them that publish’: a brief history of the American Ceylon Mission Press.  Manepy: The American Ceylon Mission Press, 1956.  16 p.; ill.

CONDIE, Victoria.  ‘Thacker, Spink and Company: bookselling and publishing in mid-nineteenth-century Calcutta’, in Robert Fraser & Mary Hammond (ed.) Books without borders (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), Vol. 2, pp. 112-124.

CONLON, C. J.  ‘Bhutan’, in  Shelton A. Gunaratne (ed.), Handbook of the media in Asia (New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2000), pp. 67-83. 

CONTRIBUTIONS towards a history of Biblical translations in India.  (Reprinted from the Calcutta Christian Observer.)  Calcutta: Calcutta Auxiliary Bible Society, 1854.  viii, 132 p.

Covers Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Tulu, Bengali, Assamese, Oriya, Sanskrit, Lepcha, Nepali, Hindi, Braj Basha, Panjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Konkani, Kacchi, Sindhi, Urdu, Kashmiri, Pashto, Persian, Sinhala, Burmese, Karen, Malay, Chinese, etc., with a particular emphasis upon the versions issued by the Serampore Mission Press.

COOK, Andrew.  ‘The beginnings of lithographic map printing in Calcutta, in Pauline Rohatgi & Pheroza Godrej (ed.) India: a pageant of prints (Bombay: Marg Publications, 1989), pp 125-134.

CORSTEN, Severin, PFLUG, Günther, & SCHMIDT-KÜNSEMÜLLER, Friedrich Adolf (eds.).  Lexikon des gesamten Buchwesen.  Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage.  Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 1985 – 2010.  8 vols.

Includes entries for each country within South Asia, including Afghanistan, and for Calcutta (Kalkutta) – but no entry for South Asia as such.  There are also entries for some major South Asian scripts e.g. Bengali, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Nagari, Tamil – but not Kannada, Malayalm, Telugu, Urdu, Oriya or Assamese.  But no entries for e.g. Madras, Serampore Mission Press, Tranquebar, Basel Mission Press, Bombay, Nawal Kishore Press, Delhi (or New Delhi), .  No mention of South Asia in entry for lithography; tiny mentions of India under entries for Portugal and Islamic book culture; the entry for Sanskrit is totally linguistic in content; no entry for missionary printing at all.  Separate entries given for individual contributions.

CORT, John E.  ‘Defending Jainism against Christian missionaries in colonial Gujarat.’  Unpublished paper, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Chicagoo, 17 November 2012.

COTES, E.  ‘The newspaper press of India’, The Asiatic Review Vol. 19 (1923), pp. ……

COTTON, Evan.  ‘A famous Calcutta firm: the history of Thacker Spink & Co.’, Bengal Past & Present Vol. 109, Pts. 1-2 (1990), pp. 164-169. 

COTTON, Henry.  A typographical gazetteer.  2nd ed., corrected and much enlarged  Oxford: University Press, 1831.  xviii, 393 p.

Also known as the First series (title on spine).  P. 109: Goa; p. 157: Malabar coast (i.e. Ambalacata).

COTTON, Henry.  A typographical gazetteer.  Second series.  Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1866.  xvi, 376 p.

Revised version of the previous work.  P. 7: Ambalacata; p. 47: Cochin; p. 85: Goa; p. 186: Racholium.

COTTRELL, G. W., Jr. co-author  see SCHURHAMMER, Georg 

CRAWFORD, F. Marion.  ‘The press in India’, New York Daily Tribune 11 March 1883, p. 3.

CULSHAW, Rev. J.  ‘The mission press in India’, The Indian Evangelical Review Vol. 27 (Oct. 1900), pp. 200-207.

A paper read to the Calcutta Missionary Conference, Sept. 1900.  Traces the expansion of missionary printing; describes the Serampore Mission Press and other mission presses with their dates of establishment.  Pp. 204-207: Is the mission press in India a necessity? 

CUST, R. N.  ‘How is it that indecent erotics and discordant religious dogma have monopolised a free press?’, in Linguistic and oriental essays. Second series (London: …………………………….., 1887), Vol. III, pp. ……………..

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