J

JACOLLIOT, Louis.  La Bible dans l’Inde …  8th ed.  Paris: ……….……………….., 1876.  391 p.

JAFFERY, Yunus co-editor  see PERNAU, Margrit 

JAIN, Kajri.  ‘Figures of locality and tradition: commercial cinema and the networks of visual print capitalism in Maharashtra’, in Raminder Kaur & Ajay J. Sinha (ed.), Bollyworld: popular Indian cinema through a transnational lens (New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2005), pp. 70-89.

JAIN, Kajri.  Gods in the bazaar: the economies of Indian calendar arft.  Durham: Duke University Press, 2007.  xii, 434 p., ill.

The JAM-E-JAMSHED centenary souvenir.  Bombay: ………., 1933.

In English and Gujarati.

JANARDANA, M.  ‘Mangalore: the cradle of Kannada journalism’, in K. S. Haridasa Bhat (ed.), Mangalore: a survey of the place and its people (Udipi: The Canara Industrial and Banking Syndicate Ltd., [1958]), pp. 128-137. 

JANARDHANAM NAIDU, R.  see NAIDU, R. Janardhanam 

JĀVAJĪ Dādājī Coudharīmcem caritra.  Bombay: …………………., 1909.

In Marathi.  A biography of the famous printer and caster of Marathi and Gujarati types.

JAVARE GOWDA, D.  Kannada granthasuchi (samputa muru).  3 vols.  ………..: …………….., 1974.

A descriptive bibliography of books printed in Kannada 1817-1968.

JAYATILAKA, Nihal Ranjit.  Sinhala puvathpath prakashanaye arambhaya ha vikashanaya.  Colombo: Lake House?????, 2011.

On the origin and development of Sinhalese newspapers.  Briefly describes the origin of printing in Sri Lanka by the Dutch before discussing the first Sinhalese newspapers, Lanka Lokaya (first published 10 Sept. 1860 at its own press 2 Church Street, Gallle Fort – prompted by the need to counter anti-Buddhist propaganda – not officially registered) and Lakminipahana (first published Colombo 11 Sept. 1862 – first newspaper to be officially registered).  Focusses mainly on the period 1860 and 1916 when 109 Sinhalese newspapers were published, mostly not surviving for very long, but including Dinamina (first published 17 Dec. 1909) which became the first national Sinhalese newspaper.

JEEJEEBHOY, J. R. B.  ‘A historical survey of Bombay journalism’, in Jam-e-Jamshed Centenary Memorial Volume (Bombay: …………………………., 1932), pp. 272-286.

JEFFREY, Robin.  ‘Culture of daily newspapers in India: how it’s grown, what it means, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 22 No. 14 (4 April 1987), pp. ……….

JEFFREY, Robin.  India’s newspaper revolution: capitalism, politics and the Indian-language press.  London: Hurst, 2000.  xxi, 234 p., ill.

A study of India’s major daily newspapers during the 1990s. 

JEFFREY, Robin.  India’s newspaper revolution: capitalism, politics and the Indian-language press.  2nd edition.  New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2003.  xlii, 234 p., ill.

With a new expanded introduction pp. xi-xxxiv.   [HOW EXPANDED?]

JEFFREY, Robin.  ‘Indian language newspapers and why they grow’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 28 No. 38 (18 September 1993), pp. 2004-2011.

JEFFREY, Robin.  ‘Indian language newspapers 1 Malayalam: the day-to-day social life of the people’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 32 Nos. 1-2 (4 January 1997), pp. …….. 

JEFFREY, Robin.  ‘Indian language newspapers 2 Hindi: taking to the Punjab Kesari line’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 32 No. 3 (18 January 1997), pp. 77-83. 

JEFFREY, Robin.  ‘Indian language newspapers 3 Bengali: “professional, somewhat conservative” and Calcuttan’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 32 No. 4 (25 January 1997), pp. 141-144. 

JEFFREY, Robin.  ‘Indian language newspapers 4 Telugu: ingredients of growth and failure’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 32 No. 5 (1 February 1997), pp. 192-195. 

JEFFREY, Robin.  ‘Indian language newspapers 5 Tamil: dominated by cinema and politics’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 32 No. 6 (8 February 1997), pp. ………. 

JEFFREY, ROBIN.  ‘Indian language newspapers 6 Gujarati: chequebook journalism in reverse’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 32 No. 7 (15 February 1997), pp. ………

JEFFREY, Robin.  ‘Indian language newspapers 7 Marathi: big newspapers are elephants’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 32 No. 8 (2 February 1997), pp. …….. 

JEFFREY, Robin.  ‘Indian language newspapers 8 Punjabi: the subliminal charge’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 32 Nos. 9-10 (1 March 1997), pp. ………. 

JEFFREY, Robin.  ‘Indian language newspapers 9 Oriya: identifying … with newspapers’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 32 No. 11 (15 March 1997), pp. ……… 

JEFFREY, Robin.  ‘Indian language newspapers 10 Kannada: we fake it; there is competition’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 32 No. 12 (22 March 1997), pp. …….. 

JEFFREY, Robin.  ‘Indian language newspapers 11 Urdu: waiting for Citizen Kane’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 32 No. 13 (29 March 1997), pp. …… 

JEFFREY, Robin.  Media and modernity: communications, women, and the state in India.  Ranikhet: Permanent Black, 2010.  xix, 300 p.

JEFFREY, Robin co-author  see  FRIEDLANDER, Peter 

JHAVERI, Rasik (ed.)  Mumbai samacara dorhaso varasani tavarikha 1822-1972 = The Bombay Samachar 1822-1972.  Mumbai: The Bombay Samachar, 1972.

In Gujarati.  A commemorative volume celebrating 250 years of the Bombay newspaper, the Mumbai samachar.

JIWAN SINGH.  Bahu ranga tamāshe: Sawai jīwanī.  Ludhiana: Lahore Book Shop, 1994.  198 p., ill.

In Panjabi  Autobiography of the Panjabi publisher born in 1914.

JOG, Rāmcandra Śrīpad (ed.)  Marāthī vānmayācā itihāsa.  Pune: Mahārāshtra Sāhitya Parishad Prakāśana, 1965.

In Marathi.  Vol. 4 (1800-1874), pp. 148-172 Niyatakālika-vānmaya. 

JOHNS, David.  Pakistan: publishing market profile 2006.  .  London: Publishers Association, 2006.  vi,                      61 p.

Published in PDF format only. 

JOHNSON, John.  Typographia.  London: ………………….., 1824.  2 vols.

Wilkins’ Sanskrit and Bengali types Vol. 2 pp. 389-394.

JOHNSTON, J.  ‘………………….’, Indian Evangelical Review Vol. XVII (1891), pp. 469-……….

Author was Secretary of the Christian Vernacular Education Society.

JONES, Aled Gruffydd.  ‘Erasing boundaries or imprinting difference? Translating the sacred in colonial Bengal’.  Unpublished paper, ‘Writing and rewriting the Word: Bible Manuscripts and Archives’, The Association for Manuscripts and Archives in Research Collections (AMARC) Summer Meeting, Lambeth Palace Library, 27 June 2011. 

JONES, Aled Gruffydd.  ‘Imagining Bengal. Bengali culture and the Welsh national awakening, 1840-1966’, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (Humanities) Vol. 49 No. 1 (June 2004), pp. ….. 

JONES, Aled Gruffydd.  ‘Welsh missionary journalism in India, 1880-1947’, in Julie F. Codell (ed.), Imperial co-histories: national identities and the British and coonial press (Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2003), pp. 242-272. 

JONES, Aled Gruffydd.  ‘Welsh missionary writing in British India.’  Unpublished lecture, Cardiff Corvey series, Cardiff University, 16 October 2001.

JONES, Derek.  ‘Taslima Nasreen: Bangladeshi novelist and poet, 1961’, in Derek Jones (ed.), Censorship: a world encyclopedia (London, Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001), Vol. 3 L-R, pp. 1681-1682.

JONES, John P.  ‘The need of a revision of the Tamil Bible’, Harvest Field: a missionary magazine Vol. VI (1895), pp. 41-……. 

JORWANI, Motilal.  ‘Sindhi’, 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. 188-192.

JOSEPH, Ammu.  Making news: women in journalism.  Revised and updated ed.  New Delhi: Penguin Books under the auspices of the Media Foundation, 2005.  xxxix, 416 p.

1st edition published Konark Publishers, 2000.

JOSHI, Priya.  ‘Creating culture: the English novel in colonial India’.  Unpublished paper, 3rd SHARP Conference, University of Edinburgh, 17 July 1995.

JOSHI, Priya.  ‘Culture and consumption: fiction, the reading public, and the British novel in colonial India’, Book History  Vol. 1 (1998), pp. 196-220.

JOSHI, Priya.  ‘Futures past: books, reading, culture in the age of liberalization’, in Robert Fraser & Mary Hammond (ed.) Books without borders (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), Vol. 2, pp. 85-99.

JOSHI, Priya.  In another country: colonialism, culture, and the English novel in India.  New York: Columbia University Press, 2002.  xix, 363 p.

JOSHI, Priya.  ‘Quantitative methods, literary history’, Book History Vol. 5 (2002), pp. 263-274.

The author takes as her starting point Robert Darnton’s two essays in Book History Vols. 4 and 5 which take as their primary sources the quarterly catalogues of publications produced for Bengal and the annual reports on publications for the whole of British India.  She describes these as “two mutually inconsistent sources, incompatible in significant points of content and abstraction”, but nevertheless useful for reconstructing the development of literature in the regional languages of India. 

JOSHI, Priya.  ‘Reading in the public eye: the circulation of British fiction in Indian libraries, c. 1835-1901’, in Stuart Blackburn & Vasudha Dalmia (ed.),   India’s literary history: essays on the nineteenth century  (Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004), pp. 280-326.

JOSHI, Priya.  ‘Trading places: the novel, the colonial library, and India’, in Abhijit Gupta & Swapan Chakravorty (ed.) Print areas: book history in India (Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004), pp. 17-64.

JOSHI, Ramakant G. co-author  see DASEGOWDA, H. R. 

JOSHI, Svati.  ‘Dalpatram and the nature of literary shifts in nineteenth-century Ahmedabad’ in Stuart Blackburn & Vasudha Dalmia (ed.), India’s literary history: essays on the nineteenth century  (Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004), pp. 327-357.

JOSHI, Svati ed.  Rethinking English: essays in literature, languages, history.  Dekhi: Trianka, 1991.

JOŚĪ, Vi. Kr., & LELE, Rā. Ke.  Vrttapatrāñcā itihāsa.  …………..: ……………., 1951.

In Marathi.  Vol. 1 (1780-1880). 

JOTWANI, Moti Lal.  ‘Sindhi’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 147-152. 

‘JOURNALISM in Mysore: Karnataka Prakasika’, Public Affairs 12 (Oct. 1968), pp. 218-221. 

JURRIAANSE, Maria Wilhelmina.  Catalogue of the archives of the Dutch Central Government of coastal Ceylon 1640-1796.  Colombo: The Ceylon Government Press, 1943.  354 p.

Describes (pp. 127-129) the holdings of single-sheet proclamations (plakkatan) printed at Colombo from 1737 onwards.

JURRIAANSE, Maria Wilhelmina.  ‘Gabriel Schade and his invention of the Sinhalese type’, Journal of the Dutch Burgher Union Vol. 32 No. 4 (1943), pp. 134-139.

Reprinted from the Ceylon Daily News 15-16 Jan. 1943: The first Sinhalese printing type. I. Pioneer work of Gabriel Schadé. II. Government printing under the Dutch.

PP.3801.amf.(2)

JUST, Ernst.  ‘Literature for native preachers’, Harvest Field: a missionary magazine Vol. III (1891-92), pp. 248-……. 

JYOTI KUMAR, N. V. R.  Newspaper marketing in India: a focus on languages press.  New Delhi: Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd., 2003.  xix, 416 p.

Concentrates on Telugu daily newspapers in the period from 1974 onwards.

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