M

MACDONELL, A. A.  ‘The earliest occurrence of Devanāgarī in printed books’,  Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society …………………………………. 

MACKENZIE, John M.  Propaganda and empire: the manipulation of British public opinion, 1880-1960.  Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1984.  277 p., ill.

Includes chapters on “Imperialism and the school textbook” (pp. 173-197) and “Imperialism and juvenile literature” (pp. 198-226).

MACPHERSON, M.  ‘The Hindoo printer – an extraordinary disciple of the art preservative’, Inland Printer Vol. 8 (1890), p. 103.

MAHAJAN, Sucheta co-author  see MUKHERJEE, Aditya 

MAHĀPĀTRA, Tushārakānti.  ‘Hāte lekhā bai’, in Svapan Cakrabartī (ed.), Mudranera samskrti o bāmlā bai (Calcutta, Ababhasa, 2007), pp. 130-137.

In Bengali.

MAHENDRANĀTH BIDYĀNIDHI.  ‘Bangīya samācāra-patrikā’, Sāhitya Parishat Patrikā Vol. 5 No. 4 (1305=1898), pp. 246-269. 

MAHESHWARI, Hiralal.  History of Rajasthani literature.  New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1980.

Pp. 243-244: magazines.

MAHETĀ, Vandanā.  Jñānamañjushā.  Mumbai:  Navabhārat  Sāhitya Mandir, 1981.  10, 284 p.

[in Gujarati]  A directory of Gujarati literature and publishing.

MAJMUDAR, Virendra.  ‘law book publishing’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 240-249.

MAJUMDĀR, Kedāranāth.  Bāngālā sāmayika sāhitya.  Dacca: …………….., 1917.

In Bengali. 

MAJUMDĀR, Kedāranāth.  Dhākāra bibarana.  Mymensingh: Research House, 1910.

Pp. 73-79: Patra-patrikā; pp. 79-82: Grantha o granthakāra; pp. 82-83: Pustakālaya. 

MAJUMDĀR, Līlā.  ‘Chotadera janya bai’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 240-251.

In Bengali. 

MAJUMDAR, R. C.  ‘The first Bengali newspaper’, Calcutta Review 1 (Oct. – Dec. 1969), pp. 213-216, and 1 (April-June 1970), pp. 519-520. 

MAJUMDAR, R. C.  The history and culture of the Indian people.  British paramountcy and Indian renaissance.  Part II.  Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1965.

Pp. 222-254: the press.

MALHOTRA, Anshu.  ‘The emergence of bazaar literature: jhagrras, kissas and reform in early twentieth century Punjabi’, Studies in History Vol. 18 No. 2 (2002), pp. 297-321.

MALHOTRA, Anshu.  ‘Print and bazaar literature: jhagras/kissas and gendered reform In early twentieth-century Punjab’, in Charu Gupta (ed.), Gndering colonial India: reforms, print, cast and communalism (New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2012), pp. 159-187.

Updated version of the previous item.

MALHOTRA, Dina N.  Book publishing: principles and practices.  New Delhi: Clarion Books, 2008.  200 p.

By the founder of Hind Pocket Books started in 1958. 

MALHOTRA, Dina N.  Dare to publish: memoirs of a publisher who pioneered the paperback revolution in India.  New Delhi: Clarion Books, 2004.  viii, 250 p.

MALHOTRA, Dina N.  ‘Freedom to publish’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 164-166. 

MALHOTRA, Dina N.  ‘Freedom to publish’, 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. 205-207.

Only very slightly revised version of the essay published in the 50-year commemorative volume.

MALHOTRA, Dina N. (ed.)  60 years of book publishing in India 1947-2007.  New Delhi: The Federation of Indian Publishers, 2006.  439 p.

Comprises essays on publishing in each major regional language as well as on various aspects of the industry.  Separate entries given for individual essays.  Repeats almost the entire contents of the 50-year anniversary volume.  Some of the essays on language publishing are by different authors and some by the same authors have been revised to a greater or lesser degree.  There are 8 new essays – see entries under Jens Bammel, Anand Bhushan, Viren Chhabra, Ashok K. Ghosh, Nuzhat Hassan, Girja Kumar, Pavan K. Varma, and Kapila Vatsyayan.

MALHOTRA, Dina N. (gen. ed.)  50 years of book publishing in India since independence.  New Delhi: The Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998.  323 p.

Comprises essays on publishing in each major regional language as well as on various aspects of the industry.  Separate entries given for individual essays.  Almost the entire contents are repeated in the 60-year commemorative volume, except for 3 essays – see entries under Chandra Chari,  J. A. Koutchoumow, and D. Raghavan.

MALHOTRA, Dina N.  ‘Freedom to publish’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 164-166. 

MALHOTRA, Dina N.  ‘Freedom to publish’, 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. 205-207.

Only very slightly revised version of the essay published in the 50-year commemorative volume.

MALHOTRA, Dina N. (ed.)  60 years of book publishing in India 1947-2007.  New Delhi: The Federation of Indian Publishers, 2006.  439 p.

Comprises essays on publishing in each major regional language as well as on various aspects of the industry.  Separate entries given for individual essays.  Repeats almost the entire contents of the 50-year anniversary volume.  Some of the essays on language publishing are by different authors and some by the same authors have been revised to a greater or lesser degree.  There are 8 new essays – see entries under Jens Bammel, Anand Bhushan, Viren Chhabra, Ashok K. Ghosh, Nuzhat Hassan, Girja Kumar, Pavan K. Varma, and Kapila Vatsyayan. 

MALHOTRA, Dina N. & KUMAR, Narendra (ed.)  Indian publishing since independence: published in honour of O. P. Ghai on his 60th birthday.  Delhi: The Bookman’s Club, 1980.  xv, 182 p.

MALHOTRA, Shekhar.  ‘Publishing paperbacks’, 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. 277-282.

MALIK, Ikram Ali.  Punjab Muslim press and the Muslim world, 1888-1911.  Lahore: South Asian Institute, University of the Punjab, 1974.

MALIK, Shahbaz (comp.)  Punjabi kitabiat: a bibliography of Punjabi printed books written in Perso-Arabic script.  Vol. I.  Islamabad: Pakistan Academy of Letters, 1991.  865 p.

Lists over 12,500 Panjabi titles.

MALLERET, L. co-author  see KARPELÈS, S. 

MĀMŪN, Muntasīr.  ‘Dhākāra Batatalāra khoñje’, Anushtupa Vol. 45 No. 4 (2011) (Batatalā biśesha sankhyā), pp. 447-474.

In Bengali. “In search of Dhaka’s Battala”. 

MĀMŪN, Muntasīr.  Dhākāra sāmskritika itihāsera upādāna.  2nd revised ed.  Dhaka: Kakali Prakashani, 1998.

First edition publishd 1990 [CHECK].  Various essays (including the previous item) on aspects of Dhaka publishing: the beginnngs of printing, 19th-century newspapers, poetry magazines, etc.

MĀMŪN, Muntasīr.  ‘Kothāya gela sei patha-kabitā’, in Svapan Cakrabartī (ed.), Mudranera samskrti o bāmlā bai (Calcutta, Ababhasa, 2007), pp. 108-121.

In Bengali. 

MĀMŪN, Muntasīr.   Pūrbabangera bicitra saba bai.  Dhaka: Rehana Haq, 2006.  104 p., ill. 

MĀMŪN, Muntasīr.  Uniśa śatake Bāmlādeśera sambāda sāmayikapatra 1849-1905Revised ed.  Vol. 1.  Dhaka: Samaya Prakashana, 2000.

From Vol. 10 at least date range is 1849-1905.  SORT MESS OUT!!! 

MĀMŪN, Muntasīr.  Uniśa śatake Bāmlādeśera sambāda sāmayikapatra.  13 vols.  Dhaka: Samaya Prakashana, Ananya Prakashana, 199… – 2008.

In Bengali. 

MĀMŪN, Muntasīr.  Uniśa śatake Dhākāra mudrana o prakāśana (1848-1900).  Dhaka: Samaya Prakashana, 2004.  830 p., ill.

In Bengali.  On printing and publishing in 19th-century Dacca.  Includes a bibliography of works printed arranged by subject.

MĀMŪN, Muntasīr.  Uniśa śatake Dhākāra mudrana o prakāśana (1849-1900).  Dhaka: Samaya Prakashana, 2006.  752 p., ill.

In Bengali.  On printing and publishing in 19th-century Dacca.  Includes a bibliography of works printed arranged by subject.  WHAT IS THE RELATION WITH THE PREVIOUS ITEM?

MĀMŪN, Muntasīr.  Uniśa śatake Pūrbabange mudrita puthi.  Dhaka: Sahitya Bilasa, 2007.  207, [6] p., ill.

MĀMŪN, Muntasīr co-editor  see BASU, Svapan 

MANGAMMA, J.  Book printing in India with special reference to the contribution of European scholars to Telugu (1746-1857).  Nellore: Bangorey Books, 1975.  xix, 320 p.

MANLEY, K. A.  ‘Engines of literature: libraries in an era of expansion and transition’, in Giles Mandelbrote & K. A. Manley (eds.) The Cambridge history of libraries in Britain and Ireland Vol. 2: 1640-1850  (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006), pp. 509-528.

Very brief reference to East India Company’s military libraries (p. 523). 

MARĀTHĪ prakāśana vārshika āni prakāśana dāyarī.  Pune: Aniruddha Sāhitya, 1984 –

[in Marathi]  Yearbook of Marathi publishing, book industry and trade.  Continued by Prakāśana vārshika. 

MARREWA-KARWOSKI, Christine.  ‘Hinduism’s Kalyan: Hanuman Prasad Poddar, the Gita Press, and the building of a modern Hindu religious identity’.  Unpublished paper, The 41st Annual Conference on South Asia, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 12 October 2012. 

MARSHAL, Ratan Rustamji.  Gujarātī patrakāritvano itihāsa.  Surat: Gandiv Sahitya Mandir, 1950.

In Gujarati.  Surveys the period from 1822 to 1918.  CHECK WORDING OF TITLE

MARSHAL, Ratan Rustamji.  The history of Gujarati journalism.  Surat: Gandiv Sahitya Mandir, 1950.  401 pp.

Surveys the period from 1822 to 1918.

MARSTON, L.  ‘Literature for native Christians’, Harvest Field: a missionary magazine Vol. V (1893-94), pp. 361-……. 

MARTIN, Nancy M.  ‘From bhakti saint to national heroine: print and the canonization of Mirabai.’  Unpublished paper, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 22 November 2011.

MARZABĀN, Kekābād Beherāmjī.  Fardunjī Marzabānjī, Gujarātī chāpānā sthāpaka …   Bombay: Jāme Jamśed Steam Press, 1898.  163 pp.; ill.

In Gujarati.  Biography of the famous Parsi printer of Bombay.  14146.f.46

MARZOLPH, Ulrich.  Narrative illustration in Persian lithographed books.  Leiden: Brill, 2001.  xi, 302 p., ill.  (Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 1: The Near and Middle East Volume 60)

MARZOLPH, Ulrich.  ‘Persian incunabula: a definition and assessment’, Gutenberg-Jahrbuch No. 82 (2007), pp. 205-220.

MASOODI, Rafeeq.  ‘Kashmiri’, 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. 167-175.

MASSELOS, Jim.  ‘A goddess for everyone: the mass production of divine images’, in Jackie Menzies (ed.), Goddess divine energy (Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales and Thames & Hudson, 2006), pp ………

MATHER, Robert Cotton.  Letter … to Sir C. E. Trevelyan, shewing the progress made … [in the application of the Roman letter to the languages of India].  …………: …………………………………., ……

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MATHUR, Rajendra.  ‘Hindi daily journalism’, New Quest 38 (March-April 1983), pp. 105-110.

MATTAUSCH, John.  A “penury of bookes”: the printing press and social change in an Indian setting.  South Asia Vol. 18-19 No. 2 (1996), pp. 59-83.

On literary life in 18th- and 19th-century Gujarat.

MATTHEW, K. M.  ‘Botany and its technologies in peninsular India in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries’, Indian Journal of History of Science Vol. 17 No. 2 (1982), pp. 353-364.

McCARTHY, Brenda.  ‘Amar Chitra! Zoom! Zoom! Zoom!’, Revolver [U.K.] October 1990, p. ….

McDONALD, Ellen E.  ‘The modernizing of communication: vernacular publishing in nineteenth century Maharashtra’, Asian Survey Vol. 8 No. 7 (July 1968), pp. 589-590.

McGREGOR, R. S.  Hindi literature of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.  Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1974.

Pp. 83-89: journalism

McKITTERICK, David.  A history of Cambridge University Press.  3 vols.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992-2004.

Vols. 2 ( Scholarship and commerce, 1698-1872) and 3 (New worlds for learning, 1873-1972) contain many references to CUP’s interest and activities in the Indian market, particularly for educational books.

McLAIN, KarlineIndia’s immortal comic books: gods, kings, and other heroes.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2009. xiii, 240 p.

McLAIN, Karline.  ‘Lifting the mountain: debating the place of science and faith in the creation of a Krishna comic book’, Journal of Vaishnava Studies Vol. 13 (2005), pp. 22-37.

McLAIN, Karline.  Who shot the Mahatma? Representing Gandhian politics in Indian comic books.  South Asia Research 27 (2007), pp. 57-77.

McLeod, William Hewat.  Popular Sikh art.  New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1991.  ix, 139 p., ill.

McMURTRIE, Douglas Crawford.  The beginnings of printing in India.  Rajkot: [The Indian Printer & Stationer], 1933.  3 p.

“One hundred copies reprinted from the Special Number of “The Indian Printer & Stationer” 1933”.  A very brief description of printing up to about 1800, concentrating on the first newspapers published in Calcutta, Bombay and Madras.

McMURTRIE, Douglas Crawford.  Early mission printing presses in India.  Rajkot: [The Indian Printer & Stationer], 1933.

15 entries. 

McMURTRIE, Douglas Crawford.  The early vernacular press in India.  Rajkot: [The Indian Printer & Stationer], 1933.

McMURTRIE, Douglas Crawford.  Memorandum on the first printing in Ceylon.  With a bibliography of Ceylonese imprints of 1737-1760.  Chicago: privately printed, 1931.  10 p. [250 copies only]

Pp. 5-6 brief note on Dutch printing at Colombo; pp. 7-10 a checklist of 34 items supplied by courtesy of the Honorary Secretary of the Royal Asiatic Society (Ceylon Branch).

McMURTRIE, Douglas Crawford.  Memorandum on the history of printing in the Dutch East Indies.  Chicago: privately printed, 1935.  10 p.  [200 copies only]

Introductory note on printing principally at Batavia from 1668 onwards by the Dutch and then the British, titles of early newspapers, etc.  Contains (p. 6) a brief reference to the Dutch press at Colombo.

MEDHI, Hemjyoti.  ‘Missionary writing and the self-fashioning of Assamese cultural identity in colonial India: revisiting the past, understanding the present’, in Robert Fraser & Mary Hammond (ed.) Books without borders (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), Vol. 2, pp. 71-84.

MEDIA = BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) industry guide.  London [CHECK]: Datamonitor, 2010.

Chap. 5 Media in India – includes publishing of books, newsapers, magazines.

MEHRA, N. K.  ‘Publishing of science books’, 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. 304-309.

MEHROTRA, Arvind Krishna (ed.)  An illustrated history of Indian literature in English.  Delhi: Permanent Black, 2003.

MEHTA, Alok.  Hindī patrakāritā kī lakshmana rekhā.  ……………………………………..

In Hindi. 

MEHTA, Alok.  Indian journalism: keeping it clean.  New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 2007.  [xxiii], 152 p.

The author is a veteran Hindi journalist, editor of Outlook Saptahik, and President of the Editors Guild of India.  The book argues for a journalistic code of conduct to be framed for India.

MEHTA, Alok.  ‘Magazines: past, present, and future’, in Uday Sahay (ed.), Making news: handbook of the media in contemporary India (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 131-137.

MENACHERY, G. (ed.)  The St. Thomas Christian encyclopaedia of India.  Trichur: ………………………………, 1973.

Vol. 2 pp. 165-166: Thomas Christians and journalism.  P. 164: “Newspapers, journals and literary organisations” under Malayalam literature and Thomas Christians.

MENON, Dilip M.  ‘A place elsewhere: lower-caste Malayalam novels of the nineteenth century’, in Stuart Blackburn & Vasudha Dalmia (ed.), India’s literary history: essays on the nineteenth century (Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004), pp. 483-515.

MENON, Ritu.  ‘Feminist writing & publishing’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 230-235.

MENON, Ritu.  ‘Feminist writing and women in 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. 293-298.

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

MENON, Ritu co-author  see BUTALIA, Urvashi 

MINAULT, GAIL.  ‘Delhi College and Urdu’, The Annual of Urdu Studies Vol. 14 (1999), pp. 119-134.

MINAULT, Gail.  ‘From akhbar to news: the development of the Urdu press in early nineteenth-century Delhi’, in Kathryn Hansen & David Lelyveld (ed.), A wilderness of possibilities: Urdu studies in transnational perspective.  (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2005), pp. 101-121.

MINAULT, Gail.  Ismat: Rashidul Khairi’s novels and Urdu literary journalism for women’, in Christopher Shackle (ed.), Urdu and Muslim South Asia: studies in honour of Ralph Russell (London: School of Oriental and African Studies, 1989), pp. 129-136.

‘Ismat founded 1908 became an important channel for rasing awareness of the subordination of women in Muslim households.

MINAULT, Gail.  ‘Master Ramchandra of Delhi College: teacher, journalist, and cultural intermediary’, Annual of Urdu Studies Vol. 18 (2003), pp. 95-104.

MINAULT, Gail.  ‘The patronage puzzle: British patronage and vernacular education in North India in the late 19th century’.  Unpublished paper, The State and Popular Participation in Community Actrvities symposuium, North Carolina State University, 22nd February 1992.

MINAULT, Gail.  ‘The perils of cultural mediation: Master Ram Chandra and academic journalism at 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. 189-202.

MINAULT, Gail.  ‘Sayyid Mumtaz ‘Ali and Tahzib un-Niswan: women’s rights in Islam and women’s journalism in Urdu’, in Kenneth W. Jones (ed.), Religious controversy in British India (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1992), pp. 179-199.

Reprinted in Sumit Sarkar & Tanika Sarkar (eds.), Women and social reform in modern India: a reader (Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2008), pp. 359-377.

MINAULT, Gail.  Secluded scholars: women’s education and Muslim social reform in colonial India.  New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1998.

MINAULT, Gail.  ‘Urdu women’s magazines in the early twentieth century’,   Manushi 48 (Sept.-Oct. 1988), pp. 2-9.

Translated into Urdu as ‘Urdū niswān pres: samaji tarīkh ka makhaz’, Jamia Monthly Vol. 81 No. 5 (May 1984), pp. 7-16.

MINAULT, Gail.  ‘Women’s magazines in Urdu as sources for Muslim social history’, Indian Journal of Gender Studies Vol. 5 No. 2 (1998), pp. 201-214.

Examines the role of the principal Urdu magazines for women of the 1st half of the 20th century.

MIR, Farina.  ‘Imperial policy, provincial practices: colonial language policy in nineteenth century India’, Indian Ecoinomic and Social History Review Vol. 43 No. 4 (2006), pp. 422-…………..

MIR, Farina.  The social space of language: vernacular culture in British colonial Punjab.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 2010.  xiii, 277 p., ill.

MISHRA, Jayakanta.  A history of Maithili literature.  Allahabad: Tirabhakti Publications, 1950.  2 vols.

Vol. 2 pp. 15-23: the rise of Maithili journalism.  Reprinted New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1976 – see pp. 229-235.

MISHRA, Sidharth.  ‘Coverage of political news: reading public  mood’, in Uday Sahay (ed.), Making news: handbook of the media in contemporary India (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 96-103.

MIŚRA, Gopālacandra.  Sambāda patre unabimśa śatābdīra odiśā.  Cuttack: J. Mahapatra and Co., 1972.

In Oriya.  Pp. 1-39: Prācīna odiā sambādapatra: eka samīkshā (“an analysis of old Oriya newspapers”).

MISRA, Jogesh.  History of library and librarianship in modern India since 1850.  New Delhi: Atma Ram and Sons, 1979.

MIŚRA, Rām Gopāl.  Samskrta patrakāritā kā itihāsa.  Dillī: Viveka Prakāśana, 1976.

In Hindi.  A history of Sanskrit journalism, from the oldest wholly Sanskrit monthly, Kāśīvidyāsudhānidhi, June 1866.  Published version of the author’s Ph. D. thesis, Sagar University. 

MISTRY, Homi ed.  Blitz: Four fighting decades.  Bombay: Blitz Publications,1981).

Selections from the famous Bombay tabloid newspaper.

MITCHELL, Lisa.  ‘An attachment to language: biographical narratives and the Telugu language in late 19th century southern India’, in Manas Ray (ed.),  Space, sexuality and postcolonial cultures: papers from the Cultural Studies Workshop (Calcutta: Cntre for Studies in Social Sciences, 2003), pp. 73-96.

MITCHELL, Lisa.  Making a subject of language ……………………………..  Ph.D. thesis, Columbia University, …………..???

MITRA, Chandan.  ‘Economics and politics of news: editor’s and owner’s dilemma’, in Uday Sahay (ed.), Making news: handbook of the media in contemporary India (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 47-53.

MITTER, Partha.  ‘Cartoons of the Raj’, History Today Vol. 47 (Sept. 1997), pp. ……….

MITTER, Partha.  ‘Mechanical reproduction and the world of the colonial artist’, in Sumathi Ramaswamy (ed.), Beyond appearances? Visual practices and ideologies in modern India (New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2003), pp. 191-232.

MOHANRAJAN, P. A.  Glimpses of early printing and publishing in India.  Madras: Mohanavalli Publications, 1990.  x, 179 p.

MOHANTY, Sachidananda (ed.)  Travel writing and the Empire.  New Delhi: Katha, 2003.

MOITRA, Mohit.  A history of Indian journalism.  Calcutta: National Book Agency, 1969.  186 p.

The author was editor of the Bengali Marxist weekly, Deśahitaishinī.  His study of journalism was left incomplete at his death, this being simply the first of two planned parts, ending in the 1880s.

MONAHAN, C. H.  ‘Christian contributions to Tamil literature’, Harvest Field: a missionary magazine Vol. XII (1901), pp. 174-…….

MONTAGU, E. S.  [Memorandum on the indigenous works appearing from the Bengal native presses since 1805], Third Report of the Calcutta School Book Society (1819-1820), appendix no. 2, p. 47.

MOOKERJEE, Subodh Kumar.  Development of libraries and library science in India.  Calcutta: World Press, 1969.

MOOKERJI, Debendra Nath.  A monograph on paper & paper-mache in Bengal.  Calcutta: [Bengal Government Press?], 1908.  8 p.   (Monograph Series of Bengal No. 10).

MOONEERAM, Roshni.  ‘Shakespeare’s postcolonial journey’, in Robert Fraser & Mary Hammond (ed.) Books without borders (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), Vol. 1, pp. 186-198.

On Dev Virahsawmy’s adaptations of Shakespeare published in Mauritius1981-2004.

MORAN, James.  Stephen Austin’s of Hertford: a bicentenary history.  Hertford: ……………………., 1968.

Official printers to the East India Company.

MORE, J. B. P.  Muslim identity, print culture and the Dravidian factor in Tamil Nadu.  New Delhi: Orient Longman, 2004.  xxii, 329 p.

MORENO, H. W. B. co-author  see BOSE, P. N. 

MORGAN, Charles.  The house of Macmillan (1843-1943).  London: Macmillan & Co.,1943.  xii, 247, [1] p.

On Macmillan’s Indian operations see pp. 4, 66, and particularly 186-188.

The MORNING Star 1841-1941.  Centenary memorial edition.  Jaffna: …………, 1941.  128 pp.; ill.

On the history of the oldest newspaper in Jaffna first issued by the American Ceylon Mission Press.

MORRIS, J.  ‘A binding by Robert MacCulloch, Calcutta 1834 (English and Foreign Bookbindings 64)’, The Book Collector XLII 3 (Autumn 1993), pp ….

MOULE, H. F. co-author  see DARLOW, T.H. 

MUKHĀRJĪ, Prabhāt.  ‘Odiā gadya sāhityaku miśanārīmānanka abadāna’,  Paurusha Vol. 15 No. 7 (Jan. 1982), pp. 29-34.

In Oriya.  On the contribution made by Christian missionaries to Oriya prose literature.

MUKHĀRJĪ, Prabhāt.  ‘Prathama 40 barshara mudrita odiā pustaka’, Paurusha Vol. 15 No. 4 (Oct. 1981), pp. 10-16.

In Oriya.  The books produced during the first 40 years of Oriya printing. 

MUKHERJEE, Aditya, MUKHERJEE, Mridula, & MAHAJAN, Sucheta.  RSS, school texts and the murder of Mahatma Gandhi: the Hindu communal project.  New Delhi: Sage Publications India Pvt. Ltd, 2008.  112 p., ill.

MUKHERJEE, B. N.  ‘Pictures from woodcut blocks: an iconological analysis’, in A. Paul (ed.), Woodcut prints of nineteenth century Calcutta (Calcutta: Seagull Books, 1983), pp 108-121.

MUKHERJEE, Kamalika.  ‘Appropriating realism: the transformation of popular visual iconography in late nineteenth-century Calcutta’, in Preben Kaarsholm & Isobel Hofmeyr (eds.), The popular and the public: cultural debates and struggles over public spaces in modern India, Africa and Europe (London, New York, Calcutta: Seagull Books, 2009), pp. 183-208.

MUKHERJEE, Meenakshi (ed.)  Early novels in India.  New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 2002.  xix, 278 p.

Contains essays on early novels in Assamese, Bengali, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu, as well as studies of individual authors and works.

MUKHERJEE, Meenakshi.  Realism and reality: the novel and society in India.  New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1985.  ix, 218 p.

Includes pp. 189-192 a chronological list of major novels in Indian languages published between 1801 and 1900.

MUKHERJEE, Mridula co-author  see MUKHERJEE, Aditya 

MUKHERJEE, Nilmani.  A Bengal zamindar: Jaykrishna Mukherjee of Uttarpara and his times 1808-1888.  Calcutta: Firma K. L. Mukhopadhyay, 1975.  xxxv, 589 p., ill., map.

Deals (pp. 169-172) with Mukherjee’s role in founding the Vernacular Literature Society and (pp. 172-175) with his establishment of the Uttarpara Public Library. 

MUKHERJEE, Tarapada  see  MUKHOPĀDHYĀYA, Tārāpada 

MUKHOPADHYAY, Tarun Kumar.  Hicky’s Bengal Gazette: contemporary life and events.  Calcutta: Subarnarekha, 1988.  Ii, 132 p.

MUKHOPĀDHYĀYA, Aśok.  ‘Yā perechi, tā-i pāri’, in Svapan Cakrabartī (ed.), Mudranera samskrti o bāmlā bai (Calcutta, Ababhasa, 2007), pp. 197-203.

In Bengali. 

MUKHOPĀDHYĀYA, Barunakumār.  ‘Bāmlā mudranera cārayuga’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 88-103.

In Bengali.  On the four ages of Bengali printing. 

MUKHOPĀDHYĀYA, BarunakumārBāmlā mudrita granthera itihāsa.  Calcutta: University of Calcutta, 1985.  2 vols.

In Bengali.  “The history of the Bengali printed book”. 

MUKHOPĀDHYĀYA, Śubhendusundar.  ‘Barnamālā o bānāna samasyā’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 115-121.

In Bengali.  On the Bengali characters and the problems they pose for type-casting. 

MUKHOPĀDHYĀYA, Sudhīr.  ‘Mudranera samasyā’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 408-413.

In Bengali.  On the skills required for printing and the problems faced. 

MUKHOPĀDHYĀYA, Sukhamay.  ‘Bāmlā mudranera paścātpata’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 29-33.

In Bengali.  On the historical background to the introduction of printing in Bengal. 

MUKHOPĀDHYĀYA, Tārāpada.  ‘Bengali lexicography up to 1800’, in R. C. Hazra & S. C. Banerji (eds.), S. K. de memorial volume (Calcutta: ………………….., 1972), pp. …….

MUKHOPĀDHYĀYA, Tārāpada.  ‘Landane pūrano Bāmlā bai’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 423-431.

In Bengali.  On collections of old Bengali books in London – in the Bitish Museum Library and the India Office Library, both built up under legal deposit from 1867 onwards. 

MUKHOPĀDHYĀYA, Umā.  Bhāratera svādhīnatā āndolane ‘Yugāntara’ patrikāra dāna …  Calcutta: Firma K. L. Mukhopadhyay, 1972.  Viii, 202 p.

In Bengali.  On the contribution to the Indian Freedom Mlvement made by the Bengali newspaper Yugantar and its founder Arabinda Ghose.

MUKUNDJI, Jyestharam.  Hindī aura Gujarātī bhāsh [?????] pustakom kā sūcīpatra.  Bombay: ……………………., 1887-88.

MULLER, Jean, & RÓTH, Ernst.  Aussereuropäische Druckereien im 16. Jahrhundert.  Bibliographie der Drucke mit 60 Abbildungen.  Baden-Baden: Verlag Librairie Heitz GMBH, 1969.  176 p., 60 plates.

[Indien pp 39-52 describes 14 items printed at Goa 1556-1588, 4 at Cochin 1559-1599, 1 at Quilon 1578, 1 at Punicale 1586 and 3 at Ambalacate 1577-1579.]

MULVANY, John.  ‘The story of the Alipore Jail Press’, The Calcutta Review No. 289 (July 1917), pp. 228-246.

MURDOCH, John.  Alphabetical & classified lists of Hindi and Urdu Christian publications.  Madras: Christian Vernacular Education Society, 1876.

MURDOCH, John.  Catalogue of the Christian vernacular literature of India: with hints on the management of Indian tract societies.  Madras: Caleb Foster, 1870.  ix, xiii, 313 p.

Lists publications in languages grouped according to the Presidency in which they occur – Bengal, Bombay or Madras – Anglo-Arabic, Armenian, Assamese, Badaga, Bengali, English, German, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indo-Portuguese, Kannada, Kashmiri, Khasi, Khond, Malayalam, Marathi, Marwari, Oriya, Panjabi, Pashto, Persian, Sanskrit, Santali, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Tibetan, Tulu, Urdu (Hindustani).  Available as a Kessinger Publishing reprint.

MURDOCH, John.  Classified catalogue of Tamil Christian literature at the close of the nineteenth century.  Madras: ………………………, 1901.

C. 750 entries.

MURDOCH, John.  Classified catalogue of Tamil printed books, with introductory notices.  Madras: The Christian Vernacular Education Society, 1865.  ix, v, ci, 287 p. 

MURDOCH, John.  Classified catalogue of Tamil printed books with introductory notices.  Edited by M. Shanmukham.  (Reprinted with a number of appendices & supplement.)  Madras: Tamil Development & Research Council, Government of Tamilnadu, 1968.  xxvii, xcvi, 537 p.

C. 1,750 entries.  1st edition Madras: The Christian Vernacular Education Society, 1865.  Pp. 222-228: Periodicals and newspapers.

MURDOCH, John ed.  English translations of select tracts published in India: with an introduction containing lists of the tracts in each language.  Madras: printed at the Scottish Press by Graves and Co., 1861.  xlv, 319 p.

MURDOCH, John ed.  English translations of select tracts published in India: second series.  Madras: Christian Knowledge Society’s Press, 1870.  vii, 406 p.

MURDOCH, John.  Hints on government education in India; with special reference to school books.  Madras: C. Foster and Co., 1873.  108 p.

MURDOCH, John.  Hints on the management of tract societies in India.  London: printed for the compiler, 1870.  viii, 148 pp.

MURDOCH, John.  Indian missionary manual.  Hints to young missionaries in India: with lists of books.  2nd edition, revised.  London: Seeley, Jackson, and Halliday, 1870.  xi, 585 p.

Chap. XVIII: “Christian Literature” (pp. 457-475) covers: Native literature / Existing tracts and books / Preparation of tracts and books /  Essentials to popularity / Means of circulation / Limited circulation / Room for extension / Advantages of sales / Colportage / Book-shops / Native booksellers / Books for mission agents / Statistics.  Appendix: “List of Books” (pp. 554-580) recommends useful books to be purchased by the young missionary bound for India on its geography, history, antiquities, manners and customs, languages and literature, etc., but mostly its religions (Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Zoroastrianism) and the history and nature of Chrisianity in the subcontinent.

MURDOCH, John.  Letter to Babu Ishwar Chandra Bidyasagar on Bengali

typography.  Calcutta: ……………………………………, 1865.

Proposes introduction of the “biram” (i.e. virāma) to do away with the difficult conjunct consonants.  10055.ee.1(11)

MURDOCH, John.  Mission book-shops, in connection with bazar preaching.  Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press, 1864.  11 p.

MURDOCH, John.  ‘Necessity for cheapness in price of books, in a letter by …’, Harvest Field: a missionary magazine Vol. XII (1901), pp. 272-…….

MURDOCH, John.  Renderings of important Scripture terms in the principal languages of India.  …………………………………………………….

MURDOCH, John.  ‘Work to be done in Christian literature in India’, Harvest Field: a missionary magazine Vol. VIII (1897), pp. 201-…….

MURDOCH, John, & NICHOLSON, Rev. James.  Classified catalogue of printed tracts and books in Singhalese.  Madras: Caleb Foster, 1868.  v, 70 pp. 

MURPHY, Sharon.  ‘Imperial reading? The East India Company’s lending libraries for soldiers, c. 1819-1834’, Book History Vol. 12 (2009), pp. 74-99. 

MURPHY, Sharon.  ‘Libraries, schoolrooms, and mud gadowns: (formal) scenes of reading at East India Company stations in India, c. 1819-1835’.  Unpublished conference paper, 2008. 

MURPHY, Sharon.  ‘Libraries, schoolrooms, and mud gadowns: formal scenes of reading at East India Company stations in India, c.119-1835’, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 3rd Series Vol. 21 No. 4 (Oct. 2011), pp. 459-467.

MURTHY, Bharath.  ‘An art without a tradition: a survey of Indian comics’, Marg Vol. 61 No. 2 (Dec. 2009), pp. 38-53.

MURTHY, Nadig Krishna.  Indian journalism (origin, growth, and development of Indian journalism) – from Asoka to Nehru.  Mysore: University of Mysore, [1966].  xxv, 506 p., facsims., ports.

Based on the author’s University of Mysore thesis.

MUSTAFA KAMAL, Abu Hena.  The Bengali press and history writing, 1818-1831.  Dacca: University Press, Bangladesh, 1977.  210 p.

MUSTAFA KAMAL, Abu Hena.  The Bengali press and literary writing, 1818-1831.  Dacca: University Press Limited, 1977.  210, 2 p.

MUSTY, JOHN.  ‘Going to China: a literary cargo’, Antiquarian Book Monthly Review Vol. XI, No. 4 (April 1984), pp. 132-137.

Discusses the cargo of books carried by the East Indiaman ‘Lord Holland’ which sailed from England in January 1776 to Bencoolen and Whampoa.

MUTHIAH, S.  Printing presses and their influence on modern Tamil literature.  In Encyclopaedia of Tamil literature ed. John Samuel (Madras: Institute of Asian Studies, 1990), Vol. I, pp. 381-389.

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