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GABEL, Gernot U.  ‘Inde, Bibliothèque nationale’, in Pascal Fouché, Daniel Péchoin, & Philippe Schuwer (eds.),  Dictionnaire encyclopédique du livre …  (Paris: Éditions du Cercle de la Librairie, 2005), vol. 2 (E-M) pp. 549-550.

Short account of the history of the Indian National Library, Calcutta. 

GAJJAR, Kalapi.  ‘Gujarati display types in the 20th century’, Typo No. 49 (autumn 202), pp. 26-29.

On the types produced by the Gujarat Type Foundry founded Bombay, 1900, and the India Type Foundry, established Ahmedaabad, 1932.

GANESAN, A.  The press in Tamil Nadu and the struggle for freedom 1917-1937.  Delhi: Mittal Publications, 1988.  vi, 191 p.

GANESAN, S.  Indian publishing industry: an analytical study with special reference to publishing in regional languages.  New Delhi: Sterling Publishers Private Limited, 1992.  xvi, 206 p.

GANGOPADHYAY, Gargi.  Children’s books from Bengal: a documentation.  http://bengalichildrensbooks.org/about.php

Electronic resource: “ a visual and bibliographical documentation of nineteenth and early twentieth century Bengali children’s books”.  This represents work in progress with about 150 volumes described including sample digitised images (usually titl-page only but sometimes cover, first page, etc.).  Titles are searchable by author and by genre – alphabet book, biography, book f fables, fairy tale, natural history, periodical, reader, text-book, translation, etc. 

GANGOPADHYAY, Gargi.  ‘A strange cross-cultural infancy: children’s literature in nineteenth-century Bengal’, Art Connect Vol. 4 no. 1 (January-June 2010), pp. 70-85.

GANGULY, Nitindranath. Printing in India today – its national aspect.  Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 1932, pp. 269-270. 

GANGULY, Samir Kumar.  ‘Serampore papers and their contribution [to] Indian journalism’, Carey Day [Serampore College] 1980, pp. 17-20.

GARCIA, António.  ‘IV Centenário da imprensa de Goa 1556-1956’, Brotéria Vol. LXIII No. 4 (1956), pp 268-276 

GARCIN DE TASSY, ……………….  Histoire de la littérature hindouie et hindoustanie.  2e édition revue, corrigée et considérablement augmentée.  Paris: …………………………………, 1871.  ….. vols.

Tome 3 pp. 475-488: “Liste alphabétique des journaux urdu et hindis”

GAUHAR, Ghulam Nabi.  ‘Kashmiri’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 131-137. 

GĀVASKAR, Surendra Ātmārām.  Marāthī dolāmudritem, arthāt M. M. Granthasangrahālayāntila 1867 akhera paryāntācyā Marāthī mudrita granthāñcī varnanātmaka nāmāvali.  Bombay: …………………………….., 1942.  428,64 p.; ill.

In Marathi. 

GĀVASKAR, Surendra Ātmārām.  Marāthī dolāmudritem.  2nd rev. & enl. ed.  Bombay: Mumbai Marathi Grantha Sangrahalaya, 1961.

In Marathi.  A bibliography of early Marathi works printed from 1805 to 1862.

GEORGE, T. J. S.  Lessons in journalism: the story of Pothan Joseph.  New Delhi: Viva Books Private Limited, 2007.  263 p., plates.

Biography of the famous Indian journalist who edited The Hindustan Times, The indian Express and Deccan Herald. 

GEORGOULAS, Dot.  ‘Interview with Hanif Kureshi’, Typo No. 49 (autumn 2012), pp. 20-25.

Kureshi was the founder of the Handpainted Type project.

GHAI, O. P., & KUMAR, Narendra (ed.)  International publishing today: problems and prospects.  A festschrift in honour of Manuel Salvat.  Delhi: The Bookman’s Club, 1984.  xii, 237 p.

GHAI, S. K.  ‘Children’s literature in emerging Indian markets’, Publishing Research Quarterly Vol. 25 No. 4 (Dec. 2009), pp. 264-270. 

GHAI, S. K.  ‘Educational publishing in India: present scenarios and future prospects’, Publishing Research Quarterly Vol. 23 No. 4 (2007), pp. 278-282. 

GHAI, S. K.  ‘Glimpses of Indian publishing today in the words of publishing professionals’, Publishing Research Quarterly Vol. 24 No. 3 (2008), pp. 202-214. 

GHAI, S. K.  ‘Marketing and distribution of books’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 271-277.

GHAI, S. K.  ‘Marketing and distribution of books: key to publishing’, 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. 361-372.

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

GHAI, S. K.  One to one: glimpses of Indian publishing industry.  New Delhi: Institute of Book Publishing, 2008.  xx, 81, [2] p., ill.

Comprises the texts of interviews with 14 leading publishers, editors, booksellers, distributors, and literary agents.  With a brief afterword about the Institute of Book Publishing founded in 1985 by the author’s father, O. P. Ghai.

GHAI, S. K. co-editor  see KUMAR, Narendra 

GHOSE, Bhaskar.  ‘Books and the audio visual media’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 167-173. 

GHOSE, Hemendra Prasad.  The newspaper in India.  Calcutta: University of Calcutta, 1952.  89 pp.

The Ramananda Chatterjee Memorial Lectures.

GHOSE, Hemendra Prasad.  Press and press laws in India.  Calcutta: ……………………., 1930.

GHOSE, Mohendra Nath ed.  The annual report of the Cottage Library and Young Men’s Literary Association, Bhowanipore.  Bhowanipore: Urban Press, 1880.

GHOSH, A.  ‘Revisiting the Bengal renaissance …’, Economic and Political Weekly 37 No. 42 (2002), pp. 4329-38.

GHOSH, Ajitakumār.  ‘Bāmlā nātakera du’śa bachara’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 197-208.

In Bengali.  On two centuries of Bengali drama. 

GHOSH, Amalendu.  ‘Abhidhāna o koshagrantha’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 301-312.

In Bengali.  On early Bengali dictionaries and encyclopaedias. 

GHOSH, Anindita.  ‘Batatalāra baibājāra o tāra sāmājika itihāsa’, Anushtupa Vol. 45 No. 4 (2011) (Batatalā biśesha sankhyā), pp. 3-18.

In Bengali.  On the social history of the Battala book-market. 

GHOSH, Anindita.  ‘Between text and reader: the experience of Christian missionaries in Bengal, 1800-50’, in James Raven (ed.), Free print and non-commercial publishing since 1700 (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), pp. 162-176.

GHOSH, Anindita.  ‘Cheap books, ‘bad’ books: contesting print cultures in colonial Bengal’, South Asia Research Vol. 18 No. 2 (1998), pp. ………

GHOSH, Anindita.  ‘Cheap books, ‘bad’ books: contesting print cultures in colonial Bengal’, in Abhijit Gupta & Swapan Chakravorty (ed.) Print areas: book history in India (Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004), pp. 169-196.

A reprint of the previous item.

GHOSH, Anindita.  ‘Contesting print audiences’, in Shafquat Towheed, Rosalind Crone & Katie Halsey (ed.), The history of reading: a reader (London and New York: Routledge, 2011), pp. 231-242.

A reprint of chapter 4 of Power in print (see below).

GHOSH, Anindita.  ‘Identities made in print: literary Bengali and its ‘others’, c. 1800-1905’, in Crispin Bates (ed.), Beyond representation: colonial and postcolonial constructions of Indian identity (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 210-240.

GHOSH, Anindita.  Literature, language and print in Bengal, c.1780-1905.  Unpublished Ph. D. thesis, University of Cambidge, 1998.

GHOSH, Anindita.  ‘The many worlds of the vernacular book: performance, literacy and print in colonial India’, in Robert Fraser & Mary Hammond (ed.) Books without borders (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), Vol. 2, pp. 34-57. 

GHOSH, Anindita.  Power in print: popular publishing and the politics of language and culture in a colonial society, 1778-1905.  New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006. 

GHOSH, Anindita.  ‘Revisiting the Bengal renaissance: literary Bengali and low-life print in colonial Calcutta’, Economic and Political Weekly 19th Oct. 2002, pp. ……

GHOSH, Anindita.  ‘An uncertain “coming of the book”: early print cultures in colonial India’, Book History Vol. 6 (2003), pp. ……………

GHOSH, Anindita.  ‘Valorising the ‘vulgar’: nationalist appropriations of colloquial Bengali traditions. c. 1870-1905’, Indian Economic and Social History Review Vol. 37 No. 2 (2000), pp. ……………

GHOSH, Arun.  ‘Granthapālera bidyebuddhi tathā granthabodha’, in Svapan Cakrabartī (ed.), Mudranera samskrti o bāmlā bai (Calcutta, Ababhasa, 2007), pp. 130-137.

GHOSH, Asoke K.  ‘FIP – the apex body of Indian publishers’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 306-310.

On the Federation of Indian Publishers established in 1973 by one of its founder members. 

GHOSH, Asoke K.  ‘FIP: its origin and growth’, 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. 408-417.

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

GHOSH, Asoke K.  ‘Protection of traditional knowledge and folklore’, 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. 243-248.

GHOSH, Binay.  Janasabhāra sāhitya.  Enl. ed.  Calcutta: ……………………, 1978.

In Bengali.  History of printing, the book-industry and trade, and their impact on the spread of literature, with special reference to Bengal.

GHOSH, Binay.  ‘Mudrana o samskrti’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 141-149.

In Bengali. On print and Bengali culture.

GHOSH, Siddhartha.  Abol Tabol: the making of a book’, in Abhijit Gupta & Swapan Chakravorty (ed.) Print areas: book history in India (Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004), pp. 242-251.

GHOSH, Sunit.  Modern history of Indian press.  ………: Cosmos Publications, 1998.  424 p.

GHOSH, Yogendranāth.  Bāngālā mudrānkanera itibrtta o samālocana.  Calcutta: New Bengal Press, 1872. [or 1874?]

In Bengali.  A lecture on Bengali calligraphy and printing delivered at the fourth National Meeting of …………………..?  182.Pc.872.3(1) = copy in NLI 

GHOSHAL, Somak.  ‘Reading: an excuse for unreason’, in Sria Chatterjee & Jennie Renton (comp. & ed.), Kolkata book city: readings, fragments, images (Edinburgh: Textualities, 2009), pp. 23-33. 

GIBSON, Mary Ellis.  Indian angles: English verse in colonial India from Joens to Tagore.  Athens: Ohio University Press, 2011.  xv, 334 p., ill.

GILDEMEISTER, Johann.  Bibliothecae sanskritae sive recensus librorum sanskritorum huiusque typis vel lapide exscriptorum critici specimen.  Bonn: ………………………….., 1847.

SOAS: XX.C.10 (6278) 

GILLESPIE, George.  Orunodoi.  ……………………………..?

Article in 2 versions.  Bibliography of linguistic works prepared by the American missionaries in Assam.

GILLESPIE, George.  “Missionaries and dictionaries’, Indian Church History Review Vol. X No. 1 (April 1977), pp. 31-44.

GIRS, G. F.  ‘Pechatnye knigi v Afghanistane nachala XX v.’, in Iu. V. Gankovsky ed., Afganistan: istoriia, ekonomika, kul’tura (Moscow: Nauka, 1980), pp. 190-256.

In Russian. 

GIRS, G. F.  ‘Pervye pechatnye knigi Afghanistana’, in Pamiatniki istorii I literatury vostoka (Moskva: ………, 1986), pp. …………

For each publication title translated into Russian, author, language of publication, place of publication, annotation and physical description.

GOHAIN, Hiren.  ‘Assamese’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 25-30. 

GOHAIN, Hiren.  ‘Assamese’, 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. 27-36.

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

GOLDEN jubilee supplement of the Statesman.  Calcutta: The Statesman, 1945. 

GOLE, Susan Chandrakant.  Early maps of India.  New Delhi: ………………, 1976.

GOMEZ RODELES, Cecilio.  ‘Earliest Jesuit printing in India, from the Spanish ……’, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal (New Series) Vol. Ix (1913), pp. 149-171.

GONÇALVES, Paula, & others.  Bibliografia da história do livro em Portugal: séculos XV a XIX … coordenação do projecto: Diogo Ramada Curto.  Lisboa: Biblioteca Nacional, 2002.  213 p.

Includes references for Indo-Portuguese printing. 

GOONERATNE, M. Yasmine.  English literature in Ceylon 1815-1878.  Dehiwale: Tisara Prakasakayo, 1968.  xvii, 234 p., illus.  (Ceylon Historical Journal Vol. XIV)

Includes ‘The Newspapers and the Journals’ pp. 98-113.

GOPAL, Madan.  ‘Bharatendu’s contribution to Hindi journalism’, Vidura Vol. 13 No. 4 (Aug. 1976), pp. 183-184.

GOPAL PANIKKAR, T. K.  ‘Native journalism’, The Calcutta Review No. CCXXX (Oct. 1902), pp. 287-291.

GOSVĀMĪ, Prem-candra.  Patrakāritā ke pratimāna.  Jaypur: Kiśor Book Depot, 1977.  8, 296 p.

In Hindi.  A general review of Indian journalism, including ‘Bhārata mem samācārapatrom kā prārambha aura vikāsa’ (pp. 32-47) and ‘Bhārata mem samācārapatrom kī bhūmikā’ (pp. 48-53). 

GOSVĀMĪ, Raghunāth.  ‘Dui śatakera granthacitrana’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 332-350.

In Bengali.  On two centuries of Bengali book illustration. 

GOUDIE, W.  ‘Rhenius on Biblical translation’, Harvest Field: a missionary magazine Vol. X (1899), pp. 349, 384. 

GOVIL, R. C.  ‘College level publishing in India: challenges and prospects’, 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. 271-276.

GOVINDAN, M.  ‘An essay on the frustration of the young, corruption of the old and the rise of mass periodicals’, in Closepet Dasappa Narasimhaiah (ed.), Fiction and the reading public in India (Mysore: University of Mysore, 1967), pp. 100-111.

GOYAL, Sat Pal.  ‘Review of English language press in Punjab (1865 to 1905)’, Herald of Library Science Vol. 16 Nos. 2-3 (April-July 1977), pp. 219-223.

GRANT, Sir Alexander.  Catalogue of native publications in the Bombay Presidency up to 31st December, 1864.  Second edition (with numerous additions and corrections)  Bombay: Education Society’s Press, 1867.  35, 239 p.

Publications listed by language.  With (pp. 234-239) an appendix of printing presses in the Bombay Presidency, the earliest founded in 1817.  Available as a Kessinger Publishing reprint.

WHEN WAS FIRST EDITION?

GREAVES, Edwin.  ‘Christian literature for the North-West Provinces’, Indian Evangelical Review Vol. XXVII (1901), pp. 440-……..

GREAVES, Edwin.  ‘Hindi Christian literature’, Harvest Field: a missionary magazine Vol. X (1899), pp. 212-…….

GREEN, Nile.  ‘Africa in Indian Ink: Urdu Articulations of Indian Settlement in East Africa’ (under review)

GREEN, Nile.  Bombay Islam: the religious economy of the West Indian Ocean, 1840-1915.  New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, 2011.  xiv, 327 p., ill., maps.

Discusses the use of print by various Muslim leaders such as Habib ‘Ali, books from Bombay marketplace (pp. 99-104) and steamships, saints and miracles (pp. 104-117), Bombay books around the Indian ocean, etc..

GREEN, Nile. 
 ’Parnassus of the Evangelical Empire: Orientalism in the English Universities, 1800-1850’, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History (forthcoming)

GREEN, Nile.  ‘The Trans-Colonial Opportunities of Bible Translation: Iranian Language-Workers between the Russian and British Empires”, in Michael Dodson & Brian Hatcher (eds), Trans-Colonial Modernities in South Asia (London: Routledge, 2012), pp. ………..

GREEN, Nile.  ‘Stones from Bavaria: Iranian Lithography in its Global Contexts’, Iranian Studies Vol. 43 No. 3 (2010), pp. ……

GREEN, Nile.  

’Persian Print and the Stanhope Revolution: Industrialization, Evangelicalism & the Birth of Printing in Early Qajar Iran’, Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East Vol. 30 No. 3 (2010), pp. ……..

GREEN, Nile.  

’Journeymen, Middlemen: Travel, Trans-Culture and Technology in the Origins of Muslim Printing’, International Journal of Middle East Studies Vol. 41 No. 2 (2009), pp. ………

GREEN, Nile.  ‘The Development of Arabic-Script Printing in Georgian Britain’, Printing History n.s. 5 (2009), pp ……….

GREEN Nile.  ‘Saints, Rebels and Booksellers: Sufis in the Cosmopolitan Western Indian Ocean, c.1850-1920’, in Kai Kresse & Edward Simpson (eds), Struggling with History: Islam and Cosmopolitanism in the Western Indian Ocean (London and New York: Hurst/Columbia University Press, 2007), pp. ……..

GREEN, Nile.  ‘Mirza Hasan Safi ‘Ali Shah: A Persian Sufi in the Age of Printing [Introduction and Selected Translations]”, in L. Ridgeon (ed.), Religion and Politics in Modern Iran (London/New York: I.B Tauris, 2005), pp.99-112.

GREEN, Nile.  ‘Persian print and the Stanhope revolution: industrialization, evangelicalism, and the birth of printing in early Qajar Iran’, Comparative Studies of south Asia, Africa and the Middle East Vol. 30 No. 3 (2010), pp. 473-490.

Through a detailed examination of the emergence of printing in Iran, this essay argues that the diffusion of printing through Islamic Asia in the early 1820s took place as part of a printing global revolution initiated by the mass production of iron handpresses of the kind invented by Charles, Earl Stanhope in 1800. Unlike the cumbrous wooden presses of early modern Europe and its settler populations overseas, the durable, mass-produced, transportable, and easy-to-operate presses of the early 1800s were able to reach regions where printing was unknown and penetrate deeper into reading markets only scratched by the limited print runs of the older wooden presses. Whereas the Gutenberg revolution was effectively confined to Europe and its settler communities in the Americas and Asia, this “Stanhope revolution” was truly global in scale, enabling printing to develop in Iran no less than in Australia, India, Malaya, and large parts of the Americas at the same time. By documenting the contemporaneous appearance in Iran and a series of other regions of iron handpresses and the products on which they depended, the essay argues for the repositioning of Iranian printing as part of a larger global process. Rather than view Iran and other Middle Eastern nations as problematically “late developers” of printing, the essay argues for a reframing of the process in terms of two distinct printing revolutions: Gutenberg’s and Stanhope’s.

GREEN, Nile.  ‘Stones from Bavaia: Iranian lithography in its global contexts’, Iranian Studies Vol. 43 No. 3 (00), pp. 305-331.

This essay traces the circulation of the industrial commodities of lithographic presses and stones and compares the uses to which these commodities were put in Iran with other regions at the same time. Using Persian travelogues as sources on scientific exchange, the essay compares Iran’s access to lithography with its spread through Europe, Russia and South and Southeast Asia. Using lithography as a gauge of Iran’s integration into an industrializing global economy, it compares state-led Iranian attempts to access lithographic commodities with attempts by other regional powers to develop local sources for these ‘stones from Bavaria’. After tracing the role of Christian Evangelicalism in the technology’s dissemination, the essay finally contextualizes Iranian uses of lithography in global developments in illustrated and newspaper printing.

GREENBERGER, Allen J.  The British image of India: a study in the literature of imperialism 1880-1960.  London: Oxford University Press, 1969.

GREENFIELD, William.  A defence of the Serampore Mahratta version of the New Testament in reply to the animadversions of an anonymous writer in the Asiatic Journal for September, 1829.  London: …………………………….., 1830.  iv, 78 p.

T. 1281(10)

GRIERSON, Sir George Abraham.  ‘The early publications of the Serampore missionaries (a contribution to Indian bibliography)’, The Indian Antiquary Vol. 32 (June 1903), pp 241-254.

[Summarizes the contents of the 10 memoirs published by the Serampore missionaries themselves and lists works in oriental languages (mostly Biblical translations) issued by the Serampore Mission Press 1800-1833.]

GRIERSON, Sir George Abraham.  The linguistc survey of India.  Calcutta: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, 1903-28.  11 volumes in 19 parts.

In the introduction to each language, Grierson has a section entitled ‘Authorities’ in which he lists inter alia early printed “grammars, dictionaries, and other aids to the student”. 

GRIERSON, Sir George Abraham.  ‘Some Bihari folk-songs’, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland Vol. XVI (1884), pp. ……….

Suggests on linguistic grounds that the language of the women’s folk songs collected by his assistant could have been influenced by printed songbooks.

GRÖNBOLD, Günter.  ‘Bangladesh’, in Severin Corsten, Günther Pflug, & Friedrich Adolf Schmidt-Künsemüller (eds.), Lexikon des gesamten Buchwesen (Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage) (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 1986), Band 1, pp. 234-235.

Covers: Bibliotheken.

GRÖNBOLD, Günter.  ‘Indien’, in Severin Corsten, Günther Pflug, & Friedrich Adolf Schmidt-Künsemüller (eds.), Lexikon des gesamten Buchwesen (Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage) (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 1991), Band 3, pp. 581-585.

Covers: Buchwesen, Buchformen, Buchdruck, Buchschmuck, Buchhandel, Bibliothekswesen, Archivswesen, Informations- und Dokumentationswesen, Pressewesen, Bibliographie.

GRÖNBOLD, Günter.  ‘Indische Schriften’, in Severin Corsten, Günther Pflug, & Friedrich Adolf Schmidt-Künsemüller (eds.), Lexikon des gesamten Buchwesen (Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage) (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 1991), Band 3, pp. 587-588.

GRÖNBOLD, Günter.  ‘Nepal’, in Severin Corsten, Günther Pflug, & Friedrich Adolf Schmidt-Künsemüller (eds.), Lexikon des gesamtne Buchwesen (Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage) (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 1997), Band 5, pp. 330-331.

GRÖNBOLD, Günter.  ‘Pakistan’, in Severin Corsten, Günther Pflug, & Friedrich Adolf Schmidt-Künsemüller (eds.), Lexikon des gesamten Buchwesen (Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage) (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 1998), Band 5, pp. 504-505.

Covers: Buch- und Verlagswesen, Bibliotheken, Archivswesen, Informations- und Dokumentationswesen, Presse.

GRÖNBOLD, Günter.  ‘Sri Lanka’, in Severin Corsten, Günther Pflug, & Friedrich Adolf Schmidt-Künsemüller (eds.), Lexikon des gesamten Buchwesen (Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage) (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 2005), Band 7, pp. 191-192.

Covers: Buchwsen, Bibliotheken, Archive, Informationswesen.

GRÖNBOLD, Günter.  ‘Tamil-Schrift’, in Severin Corsten, Günther Pflug, & Friedrich Adolf Schmidt-Künsemüller (eds.), Lexikon des gesamten Buchwesen (Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage) (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 2006), Band 7, p. 344.

GRÖNBOLD, Günter.  ‘Tibetisches Buchwesen’, in Severin Corsten, Günther Pflug, & Friedrich Adolf Schmidt-Künsemüller (eds.), Lexikon des gesamten Buchwesen (Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage) (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 2006), Band 7, pp. 420-422.

GRÖNBOLD, Günter.  ‘Tibetische Schrift’, in Severin Corsten, Günther Pflug, & Friedrich Adolf Schmidt-Künsemüller (eds.), Lexikon des gesamten Buchwesen (Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage) (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 2006), Band 7, pp. 420. 

GUETTLER, Conrad.  India: academic journal market profile 2006.  London: Publishers Association, 2006.  104 p.

Published in PDF format only.

GUHA, Aryak.  ‘Amar Chitra Katha: the making of an ‘Indian’ comic book, in Nilanjana Gupta & Rimi Barnali Chatterjee (ed.)  Reading children: essays on children’s literature  (New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2009), pp. 148-162.

GUHA, Mukul.  ‘Bengali’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 31-38. 

GUHA, Mukul.  ‘Bengali’, 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. 37-48.

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

GUHA, Ranajit.  ‘Neel-Darpan: the image of a peasant revolt in a liberal mirror’, Journal of Peasant Studies Vol. 2 (1974), pp. 1-46.

GUHA, S. C.  ‘Early Bengali printing on paper’, Memoirs of the Madras Library Association Vol. …. (1941), pp. 44-47.

GUHA THAKURTA, Tapati.  ‘Art in old Calcutta: the melting pot of western styles’, in Sukanta Chaudhuri (ed.), Calcutta the living city.  Vol. I: The past (Calcutta: Oxford University Press, 1990), pp 146-155.

Includes discussion of chromolithography and oleography. 

GUHA THAKURTA, Tapati.  ‘Artists, artisans and mass picture production in late 19th and early 20th century Calcutta’, South Asia Research Vol. 8 No. 1 (1988), pp. 3-46.

GULBENKIAN, Roberto.  ‘The translation of the Four Gospels into Persian’,   Neue Zeitschrift für Missionswissenschaft/Nouvelle Revue de science missionaire 38 (1980), pp 186-218 and 267-288; 37 (1981), 35-57  [Reprinted Immensee: Nouvelle Revue de science missionaire, 1981.  (Les Cahiers de la Nouvelle Revue de science missionaire XXIX.)  91 p.]

[Includes (pp. 76-77) discussion of Henry Martyn’s translation printed at Serampore 1812 and Calcutta, 1813 [1816?].]

GUNARATNE, Shelton A.  ‘Government-press conflict in Ceylon: freedom versus responsibility’, Journalism Quarterly Vol. 47 No. 3 (Autumn 1970), pp. ……..

GUNARATNE, Sheldon A.  ‘Public ownership of papers sought in Sri Lanka’, Editor & Publisher (26 May 1973), pp. ……….

GUNARATNE, Shelton A.  ‘South Asia: introduction’, in  Shelton A. Gunaratne (ed.), Handbook of the media in Asia (New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2000), pp. 33-38. 

GUNARATNE, Sheldon A.  ‘The Sri Lanka Press Council’, Editor & Publisher (31 March 1973), pp. ……….

GUNARATNE, Shelton A.  The taming of the press in Sri Lanka.  Lexington: Association for Education in Journalism, 1975.  (Journalism Monographs No. 39)  42 p.

GUNARATNE, Shelton A., & WATTEGAMA, Chanuka Lalinda.  ‘Sri Lanka’, in  Shelton A. Gunaratne (ed.), Handbook of the media in Asia (New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2000), pp. 182-213. 

GUNDAPPA. D. V.  The press in Mysore.  …………………………, 1940.

GUNDAPPA, D. V.  Vrttapatrike: adare caritre, adare kartavya, adara svātantrya.  2nd enl. ed.  Mysore: Kāvyālaya Prakāsana, 1968.

In Kannada.  On the newspaper: history, duties, freedom.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  [Conference paper on the Reverend James Long.] 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  [Conference paper on the Vernacular Literature Society in Bengal.]

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Advaita Ashram’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 450. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Amar Chitra Katha’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 461. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘American Mission Press’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 463.

Deals exclusively with the American Mission Press at Madras. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Asia Publishing House’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I pp. 486-487. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Asiatic Society Library, Calcutta’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 487. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Asiatic Society of Bombay’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 487. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Batatalāra ākhyāpatra o granthasvatvera nirmāna’, Anushtupa Vol. 45 No. 4 (2011) (Batatalā biśesha sankhyā), pp. 257-262.

In Bengali.  On the ……………..

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Battala’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 511. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Bhāratabarshera granthetihāsa: kichu maula samasyā’, in Svapan Cakrabartī (ed.), Mudranera samskrti o bāmlā bai (Calcutta, Ababhasa, 2007), pp. 9-15.

In Bengali.  “Some fundamental problems in Indian book history”. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘A bibliometric analysis of printing in Bengal from 1778-1867’.  Unpublished paper, A World Elsewhere conference, Centre for the Book, Cape Town, 2 April 2007.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘A bibliometric study of books in Bengali 1801-1867’.  Unpublished paper, Tradition and Innovation (annual conference of the Socioety for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing), St,. Michael’s College, Toronto, 23-26 June 2009.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘British printers in Calcutta in the early nineteenth century’.  Unpublished paper, Printers on the move: migration, identity and printing skills transfer across the English-speaking world, 1840-1914 conference, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2 October 2010.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Bustamente, Juan de’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 575. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Calcutta Central Reference Library’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 577. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Calcutta Christian Tract and Book Society’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 577. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Carey, William’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 587. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Carey Library, Serampore’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 587. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘College Street’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I pp. 622-623. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘De, Harinath’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 659. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Deb Sahitya Kutir’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 659. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Desāi Īcchārām’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 664.

 GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Dhaka University Library’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 666. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Doing it by the book: publishing & legislation in 19th-century India.’  Unpublished lecture paper, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, 20 August 2010.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘The Early Bengali Book project: issues and challenges’.  Unpublished paper, ‘Digital Humanities in India: Remediating Cultures & Texts’, Presidency University, Kolkata, 25 September 2012. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Ferdunji Mārzābān’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 719. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘From Bibles to banned books: the networks of print’, Unpublished paper, ‘Commodities and Migration: Things out of Place’ conference (Commodities and Culture in the colonial world 1851-1914), New York University, 8-10 December 2011.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘From farce to fiction: popular genres in colonial Bengal’.  Unpublishd paper, Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing Conference, École Normale Supérieure, Lyon, 20 July 2004.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  Gītānjali’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 752. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Gita Press, Gorakhpur’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 753. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Hindustanee Press’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 793. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘The history of the book in the Indian subcontinent’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I pp. 340-352.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Household words: an account of the Bengal Family Library’.  Unpublished paper, The Culture of the Publisher’s Series conference, Institute of English Studies, University of London, 19 October 2007.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Household words: an account of the ‘Bengal Family Library’, in John Spiers (ed.), The culture of the publisher’s series, volume two: nationalisms and the national canon (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pp. 152-165. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Importing education: the Calcutta School Book Society and Briitsh materials for schools.’  Unpublished paper ‘Points of Departure’ symposium, University of Southampton, 9 October 2010.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘India, National Library of, Kolkata’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 816. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Indian Agricultural Research Institute Library (Pusa)’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II pp. 816-817. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Indian Press, Allahabad’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 817. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Indigo and print: the strange case of the “indigo-Planting Mirror”’ Unpublished paper, ‘Commodities and Affect’ conference (Commodities and Culture in the colonial world 1851-1914), Kolkata, 14 January 2011.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Javji Dadaji’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 832. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  Kāmasūtra’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 840. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Kesavan, B. S.’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 843. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Kolkata/Calcutta Book Fair’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 849. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Long, James’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 893. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Lucknow Publishing House’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 896. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Madras School Book Society’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 905. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Missionaries as bibliographers: James Long and John Murdoch’.  Unpublished seminar paper, Victorian Studies Centre, University of Leicester, 23 Jan. 2013.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Motilal Banarsidass’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 946. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Müller, F. Max’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 950. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Mustafai Press’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 954. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Nagari Pracharini Sabha, Kasi’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 956. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Nāvalar, Ārumaka’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 961. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Nawal Kishore Press’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 961. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘New histories of the book in South Asia’.  Unpublished paper, South Asia Initiative, Humanities Center, Harvard University, 22 April 2009.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘A note on Chinese printing in Serampore’, in Swapan Chakravorty & Abhijit Gupta (eds.), New word order: essays on the transnational history of the book (New Delhi: Worldview Publications, 2011), pp. 160-172.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Pakistan, National Library of, islamabad’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 994. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Popular printing and intellectual property in colonial Bengal’, Thesis Eleven No. 113 (Dec. 2012), pp. 32-44. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Print and missionary networks in early 19th-century South and South-East Asia’.  Unpublished seminar paper, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Cambridge, 4th Feb. 2013.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Punjab University Library, Lahore’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1070. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Raza Library, Rampur’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1081. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘St. Paul, College of’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1118. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Scientific publishing in 19th century Bengal: an overview’.  Unpublished paper, The Expanding Universe: Science and Literature in the Nineteenth Century conference, Jadavpur University, 8 February 2010.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Sen, Sukumar’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1145. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Serampore Mission Press’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II pp. 1145-1146. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘South Asian models: new strategies for book history in the 211st century’.  Unpublished paper, Canadian Association for the Study of Book Culture, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 3 June 2008, and Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, University of Oregon, 5 March 2009.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Tagore, Abanindranath’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1192. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Tagore, Gaganendranath’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II pp. 1192-1193. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘University Press Ltd.’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1233. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Under a banyan tree: the commerce of books in 19th century Bengal’.  Unpublished paper, Tradition and Innovation (annual conference of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing), St,. Michael’s College, Toronto, 23-26 June 2009.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Uttarpara Jaykrsna Public Library’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1235. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Vidyāsāgar, Īśvaracandra’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1242. 

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘We can list you: bibliography and postcolonialism’, in David William Foster & James R. Kelly (eds.), Bibliography in literature, folklore, language and linguistics; essays on the status of the field (Jefferson & London: McFarland, 2003), pp.  70-88.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘What really happened under a tree in Delhi, May 1817’.  Unpublished paper, The Book in Art and Science Innovation (annual conference of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing), Washington, D. C., 15 July 2011.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  ‘Where time must stand still’, in Sria Chatterjee & Jennie Renton (comp. & ed.), Kolkata book city: readings, fragments, images (Edinburgh: Textualities, 2009), pp. 13-22. 

GUPTA, Abhijit, & CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan (ed.)  Moveable type: book history in India.  Ranikhet: Permanent Black, 2008.  260 p.

Published in collaboration with the Department of English, Jadavpur University.  Separate entries given for the individual essays related to print in South Asia.

GUPTA, Abhijit, & CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan (ed.)  Print areas: book history in India.  Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004.  251 p.

Published in collaboration with the Department of English, Jadavpur University.  Separate entries given for the individual essays related to print in South Asia.

GUPTA, Abhijit, & CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan  ‘Under the sign of the book: introducing book history in India’, in Abhijit Gupta & Swapan Chakravorty (ed.) Print areas: book history in India (Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004), pp. 1-16.

GUPTA, Abhijit.  “What really happened under a tree outside Delhi, May 1817’.  Unpublished lecture paper, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of Lodon, 23 November 2011.

GUPTA, Abhijit, co-editor  see  CHAKRAVORTY, Swapan 

GUPTA, Charu.  ‘Archives and sexuality: vignettes from colonial North India’, Journal of Women’s History Vol. 23 No. 4 (2011), pp. 12-35.

EXACT WORDING OF TITLE NEEDS CHECKING.

GUPTA, Charu.  ‘Archives and sexuality: vignettes from colonial North India’, in Charu Gupta (ed.), Gndering colonial India: reforms, print, cast and communalism (New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2012), pp. 317-342.

Updated version of the previous item.

GUPTA, Charu.  ‘“Dirty” Hindi literature: contests about obscenity in late colonial North India’, South Asia Research Vol. 20 No. 2 (2006), pp. 89-118.

GUPTA, Charu.  ‘Redefining obscenity and aesthetics in print’, in Arvind Rajagopal (ed.), The Indian public sphere: readings in media history (Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 101-120

Reprinted from C. Gupta, Sexuality, obscenity, community: women, Muslims, and the Hindu public in colonial India. 

GUPTA, Charu.  Sexuality, obscenity, community: women, Muslims, and the Hindu public in colonial India.  Delhi: Permanent Black, 2001.  xv, 388 p.

Includes pp. 30-84: Redefining obscenity and aesthetics in print.

GUPTA, H. P., & SARKAR, P. K.  Law relating to press and sedition in India.  Allahabad: Orient Publishing Company, 2002.  xxxi, 580 p.

GUPTA, K. R. (comp.)  Directory of publishers and booksellers in India.  2nd edition, revised, up-dated and enlarged.  New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors, 2004.  vii, 382 p.

Contains over 8,000 entries arranged alphabetically by company/institutional name.

GUPTA, Mahāprasād.  Hindī pustaka-sāhitya 1867-1942.  Allahabad: ………………………, 1945.   …. p.

In Hindi.

GUPTA, Nilanjana, & CHATTERJEE, Rimi Barnali (ed.)  Reading children: essays on children’s literature.  New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2009. vi, 207 p.

A collection of essays on children’s literature, both Western and South Asian.  Separate entries given for those individual essays related to South Asia. 

GUPTA, Rādhāprasād.  ‘Art in old Calcutta: Indian style’, in Sukanta Chaudhuri (ed.),   Calcutta the living city.  Vol. I: The past (Calcutta: Oxford University Press, 1990), pp 137-145.

Includes discussion of old Calcutta woodcuts and lithographs.

GUPTA, Rādhāprasād.  ‘Chāpākhānā: Cīna theke Cinasurā’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 13-20.

In Bengali.  ‘From China to Chinsurah”: on the invention of printing in China and in Europe and its transmission to India. 

GUPTA, Rajanīkānt.  Deśīya mudrāyantra-bishayaka prastāba.  Calcutta: ………………………………., 1878.   … p.

In Bengali. 

GUPTA, Rajendra Kumar.  ‘College level publishing’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 210-214. 

GUPTA, Suman.  ‘Indian ‘commercial fiction’ in English, the publishing industry and youth culture’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. XLVII No. 5 (4 February 2012), pp. 46-53.

GUPTA, Suman.  ‘on the Indian readers of Hitler’s Mein Kampf’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. XLVII No. 46 (17 Nov. 2012), pp. 51-58.

GUPTA, V. S., & DYAL, Rajeshwar ed.  Rural press problems and prospects: proceedings of the seminars organized at Jaipur, Dhenkanal and Madras during 1994.  New Delhi: Concert Publishing Company, 1995.  106 p.

A collection of essays by various hands, in English and Hindi.

GUSMÃO, Armando.  ‘Da imprensa em Goa’, Arquivo de Bibliografia Portuguesa Ano III No. 12 (1957), pp 179-184.

Describes the unique copy of St. Bonaventure’s Opuscula (printed Goa, 1559) in the Biblioteca Publica e Arquivo Distrital in Évora, Portugal, the earliest surviving Indo-Portuguese and indeed South Asian imprint.

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