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SAAD, Ibrahim, & KATS, Ivan (ed.)  Reader on book publishing in Pakistan.  [Karachi]: Royal Book Co. in association with Mashal Pakistan, 1994.  174 p.

SAABER, Ali Ahmad.  A guide to magazines and newspapers of Afghanistan from 1252-1356 (1873-1977).  Kabul: University Printing Press, 1977.

SĀBRĪ, Imdād.  Tarikh-I sahafat-i-Urdu.  4 vols.  New Delhi: Sabri Akademi, 1953-74.

In Urdu.  A detailed history of Urdu journalism.

SĀBRĪ, Imdād.  Urdū ke akhbār navīs.  Vol. 1 -……  Delhi: …………………, 1973-

In Urdu.  On the lives of Urdu journalists in India, 1825-1875; also with an historical survey of Indian journalism. 

SACHDEVA, Padma.  ‘Dogri’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 138-141. 

SACHDEVA, Padma.  ‘Dogri’, 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. 176-181.

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

SADANA, Rashmi.  English heart, Hindi heartland: the political life of literature in India.  Ranikhet: Permanent Black, 2012.  xv, 224 p.

SAEED, Yousuf.  ‘Setting gender roles in early Indian print advertisements’, Marg Vol. 62 No. 4 (June 2011), pp. 84-97.

SAFADI, Alison.  From Sepoy to Subadar / Khvab-o-Khayal and Douglas Craven Phillott, Annual of Urdu Studies Vol. 25 (2010), pp. 42-65.

SAFIULLAH, Syed.  ‘Urdu journalism in Tamil Nadu from 1840 to 1850’, Annals of Oriental Research Vol. 27 Pts. 1-2 (1977), pp. 1-9.

The SAGA of a newspaper … and the city it grew with: fifty years of Free Press Journal.  Bombay: G, L. Lakhotia for the Indian National Press, [1980].  201 p., ill.

Golden jubilee volume of the Bombay newspaper, the Free Press Journal, started in 1930 by Swaminath Sadanand.

SĀHĀ, Nilaya.  ‘Pañjikā: bismrtira andhakāre bhāratīya ganamādhyama’, Anushtupa Vol. 45 No. 4 (2011) (Batatalā biśesha sankhyā), pp. 393-444.

In Bengali. On the almanacs printed at Battala. 

SAHAY, Jyotsna.  ‘Newspaper production’, in Uday Sahay (ed.), Making news: handbook of the media in contemporary India (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 76-80.

SAHAY, Uday (ed.). Making news: handbook of the media in contemporary India.  New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006.  xxii, 282 p.

Includes various essays on aspects of newspaper production, editorial policy, and news coverage.  Separate entries made for individual contributions.

SAHNI, Jogendra Nath.  The lid off: fifty years of Indian politics 1921-1971.  New Delhi: Allied Publishers, 1971.  xii, 529 p.

Includes reflections on his career in journalism of the youngest ever [CHECK] editor of the Hindustan Times.

SAHNI, Jogendra Nath.  The truth about the Indian press.  New Delhi: Allied Publishers, 1974.

SAIYID, Ameena.  ‘With scholarship and enterprise: Pakistan’s production of books is tied to educational publishing, but the future beckons’, Himal Vol. 24 No. 5 (May 2011), pp. 43-44.

Discusses the formation of the Textbook Board 1958 which gave a monopoly to the public sector for publishing all textbooks used in government school; rest of bookmarket small; the proliferation of private schools broke that monopoly; rampant book-piracy, etc.  Author is Managing Director of OUP Karachi.

SAJAN LAL, K. A.  ‘The Delhi Urdu Akhbar and its importance’, Islamic Culture (Hyderabad) 24 (1950), pp. ………..

SAJAN LAL, K. A.  A short history of Urdu newspapers.  Hyderabad, 1964.

SALDANHA, Mariano.  ‘A primeira imprensa em Goa’, Boletim do Instituto Vasco da Gama No. 73 (1956), pp. ……

SAMADDAR, Ranabir.  New technology in Indian newspaper industry: a critical appraisal.  .  Kolkata: Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, ….  (Occasional Papers No. 121)  … p.

In Bengali.

SAMY, A. Ma.  History of Tamil journals (19th century).  Madras: Navamani Pathippakam, 2000.

SAMY, A. Ma.  19-am nurrantu Tamil italkal.  2nd ed.  Madras: Navamani Pathippakam, 1993.

SANDBROOK, J. A.  ‘A hundred years of journalism in India’, The Asiatic Review Vol. 18 (1922), pp. 448-449.

SANDHŪ, Gulzār Singh (ed.)  Nawayuga takasāla.  Amritsar: Loka Sāhita Prakāshan, 2002.  144 p.

[in Panjabi]  Essays on the life and work of the Panjabi publisher, Pritam Singh born in 1914.

SANGARI, Kumkum.  ‘Multiple temporalities, unsettled bundaries, trickster women: reading a nineteenth-century qissa’, in Stuart Blackburn & Vasudha Dalmia (ed.), India’s literary history: essays on the nineteenth century (Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004), pp. 213-250.

SANGEETA DEVI, Keisham.  Local dailies, information and people: a look back.  Delhi: B. R. Publishing Corporation, 2007.  241 p.

A study of the development and impact of daily newspapers in Manipur.

SANGHVI, Vir.  ‘Making of newspapers’, in Uday Sahay (ed.), Making news: handbook of the media in contemporary India (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 54-59.

SANIAL, S. C.  ‘The first Persian newspapers of India: a peep into their contents’, Islamic Culture Vol. 8 No. 1 (January 1934), pp. 105-114.

SANIAL, S. C.  ‘The history of journalism in India. I. – Bengal’, The Calcutta Review No. CCXLIX (July 1907), pp. 350-393. 

SANIAL, S. C.  ‘The history of journalism in India. I. – Bengal – II’, The Calcutta Review No. CCL (Oct. 1907), pp. 500-562. 

SANIAL, S. C.  ‘The history of journalism in India. III. I – Bengal’, The Calcutta Review No. CCLI (Jan. 1908), pp. 92-144. 

SANIAL, S. C.  ‘The history of journalism in India. V. I. – Bengal’, The Calcutta Review No. CCLIII (July 1908), pp. 351-403. 

SANIAL, S. C.  ‘The history of the press in India. VIII. – Bombay – II’, The Calcutta Review No. CCLIX (Jan. 1910), pp. 352-380. 

SANIAL, S. C.  ‘The history of the press in India. X. – Bombay – IV’, The Calcutta Review No. CCLXI (July 1910), pp. 352-380. 

SANIAL, S. C.  ‘The history of the press in India. XI. I – Manuscript newspapers’, The Calcutta Review No. CCLXI (July 1910), pp. 352-380. 

SANIAL, S. C.  ‘‘The history of the press in India. XII.  Vernacular press of Bengal – II’, The Calcutta Review No. CCLXIV (April 1911), pp. 141-200. 

SANIAL, S. C.  ‘The newspapers of the later Mughal period’, Islamic Culture Vol. 2 No. 1 (January 1928), pp. 122-140 and Vol. 2 No. 3 (July 1928), pp. 453-463.

SANKARANARAYANAN, N. (comp. & ed.)  Book distribution and promotion problems in South Asia (by arrangement with UNESCO).  Madras: Higginbothams, [c. 1962].  x, 278 p.

SANKHDHER, Brijendra Mohan.  ‘Oodunt Martund – the first Hindi newspaper of India’, Modern Review 118 (Sept. 1965), pp. 231-234.

SANKHDHER, Brijendra Mohan.  Press, politics, and public opinion in India: dynamics of modernization  and social transformation.  New Delhi: Deep & Deep Publications, [1984]. 

SANKHDHER, Brijendra Mohan.  ‘Shumavon – the pioneer of Armenian journalism’, Modern Review 117 (Mar. 1965), pp. 173-175.

SANYAL, Santanu.  ‘An itinerant book-vendor of Kolkata’, in Sria Chatterjee & Jennie Renton (comp. & ed.), Kolkata book city: readings, fragments, images (Edinburgh: Textualities, 2009), pp. 1158-162. 

SAPRE, S. A.  Granthakranti sasakiya mudrana ani prakāśane.   ……………………, 1973.

In Marathi.  On the publishing activities of the Directorate of Printing, Maharashtra State.

SARKAR, Chiki.  ‘Tracking the boom: English-language publishing in India has come of age’, Himal Vol. 24 No. 5 (May 2011), pp. 38-40.

On current trends in Indian publishing – the rise of popluar fiction e.g. Chetan Bhagat in contrast to more serious fiction; non-fiction emerging as more exciting than fiction; the presence of international publishers, concerns about proposed new copyright legislation.  The author is Editor-in-Chief, Random House, India.

SARKAR, Dhrubajyoti.  ‘Orality and a literate colonial elite: the case of Sri Ramakrishna Kathamrita’.  Unpublished paper, A World Elsewhere conference, Centre for the Book, Cape Town, 2 April 2007.

SARKĀR, Kamal.  ‘Bāmlā baiyera chabi’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 313-331.

In Bengali.  On Bengali book illustration. 

SARKĀR, Kamal.  ‘100 years of Indian cartoons’, Vidura Vol. 7 No. 1 (Feb. 1970), pp. 33,35,37,39. 

SARKAR, N. N.  ‘Illustrating and designing of books’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 263-270. 

SARKAR, N. N.  ‘Illustrating and designing of 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. 342-351.

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

SARKĀR, Nikhil.  ‘Ādiyugera pāthyapustaka’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 165-176.

In Bengali.  On early Bengali text-books. 

SARKĀR, Nikhil.  Batatalā.  Kalakātā: Ānand Publishers, 1997.  114 p.; plates.

In Bengali.  On the presses of the Battala district of Calcutta in the 19th century, their popular literature output and its illustration.

SARKĀR, Nikhil.  ‘Calcutta woodcuts: aspects of a popular art’. In Ashit Paul (ed.), Woodcut prints of nineteenth century Calcutta (Calcutta: Seagull Books, 1983), pp 11-49

SARKĀR, Nikhil.  ‘Hyālaheda-era byākaranera harafa’, Ānanda Bāzāra Patrikā 28 Magh 1385, p. 4.

In Bengali.  On the Bengali typeface used in N. B. Halhed’s famous Grammar of the Bengal language published in 1780.

SARKĀR, Nikhil.  ‘Printing and the spirit of Calcutta’. In Sukanta Caudhuri (ed.),  Calcutta the living city.  Vol. I: The past (Calcutta: Oxford University Press, 1990), pp 128-136

SARKĀR, Nikhil.  ‘Taloyāra banāma kalama prathama śatabarsha’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 129-140.

In Bengali.  On the first 100 years of journalism in Bengal. 

SARKĀR, Nikhil.  Yakhana chāpākhānā elo.  Kalakātā: Samskrti o Gabeshanā Kendra, Banga Samskrti Sammelan, 1977.  149 p., plates.

In Bengali.  On the history of printing and publishing in Bengal.

SARKĀR, Nikhil.  Yakhana chāpākhānā elo.  Ākādemi samskarana.  Kalikātā: Paścimabanga Bāmlā Ākādemi , 1996.  182 p., plates.

In Bengali.  On the history of printing and publishing in Bengal.

SARKAR, P. K. co-author  see GUPTA, H. P. 

SARKĀR, Pabitra.  ‘Halaheda: jībanakathā’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopādhyāya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 34-44.

In Bengali.  On Nathaniel Brassey Halhed’s life and career. 

SARKĀR, Prabīr.  ‘Krshnacandra Karmakāra’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 84-87.

In Bengali.  On the famous early Bengali type-founder Krishnachandra Karmakar of the Serampore Mission Press. 

SARKAR, Tanika.  Hindu wife, Hindu nation: community, religion, and cultural nationalism.  London: Hurst & Company, 2001.

ŚĀSTRĪ, Keśavadeva co-author  see OJHĀ, Gaurīśankar Hīrācand 

SĀTOSKAR, Bā. Da.  Marāthī māsikāñcī śambharī.  Amrta. 1958-59.

In Marathi.

SATYANARAYANA, K. B.  ‘Telugu’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 117-124. 

SAUBOLLE, Leon.  The all India press directory: a compendium of printing presses throughout India.  Calcutta: …………………………, 1935.

SAVUR, Manorama.  And the bamboo flowers in the Indian forests: what did the pulp and paper industry do?  Delhi: Manohar, 2003.  2 vols.

Volume 1 covers Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh; Volume 2 covers Karanataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and the North-East.

SCHAEFFER, Kurtis R.  The culture of the book in Tibet.  New York: Columbia University Press, 2009.  xiii, 244 p.

SCHAPKA, U.  ‘Afghanistan’, in Severin Corsten, Günther Pflug, & Friedrich Adolf Schmidt-Künsemüller (eds.), Lexikon des gesamten Buchwesen (Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage) (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 1985), Band 1, p. 34.

Covers: Buchdruck, Verlag und Sortiment, Bibliothekswesen, Begründer des modernen Zeitungs- und Pressewesens.

SCHINASI, May.  Afghanistan at the beginning of the twentieth century: nationalism and journalism in Afghanistan: a study of Seraj ul-akhbar (1911-1918).  Naples: Istituto Universitario Orientale, 1979.  302 p., [9] leaves of plates.

SCHLATTER, Wilhelm.  Geschichte der Basler Mission 1815-1915 … Band II: die Geschichte der Basler Mission in Indien und China.  Basel: Verlag der Basler Missionsbuchhandlung, 1916.

Includes (pp. 157-158) a brief account of the Basel Mission Press at Mangalore. 

SCHURHAMMER, Georg.  ‘Uma obra raríssima impressa em Goa no ano 1588: a “Oratio habita a Fara D. Martino”’, Boletim do Instituto Vasco da Gama 73 (1956), pp 1-18.

Reprinted G. Schurhammer: Gesammelte Studien Vol. II Orientalia (………………….), pp 743-753.  On the work printed at a stop-over in Goa on the first Jesuit press destined for Japan.

SCHURHAMMER, Georg.  ‘Ein seltener Druck.  Der erste gedruckte tamulische Katechismus’, Katholische Missionen 58 (1930), pp. 211-212.  Reprinted G. Schurhammer: Gesammelte Studien Vol. II Orientalia (………………….), pp 329-331.Describes the 1579 Cochin Tamil catechism, at the time of the article’s publication thought to be the first printed Tamil catechism.

SCHURHAMMER, Georg.  ‘Doppelgänger in Portugiesisch-Asien’, in Portugiesische Forschungen der Görresgesellschaft.  Erste Reihe: Aufsätze zur portugiesischen Kulturgeschichte.  1 Band (1960), pp 192-224 ?

Reprinted G. Schurhammer: Gesammelte Studien Vol. II Orientalia (………………….), pp 123-127. 

SCHURHAMMER, Georg & COTTRELL, G. W., Jr.  ‘The first printing in Indic characters’, Harvard Library Bulletin Vol. 6 No. 2 (1952), pp 147-160.

Describes the unique copy of the 1578 Quilon Tamil catechism surviving in Harvard College Library. 

SCHWAB, Raymond.  The Oriental renaissance: Europe’s rediscovery of India and the East (1680-1880). New York: Columbia University Press, 1984.

SEELEY, Nigel J., & SEELEY, M.-A.  Early printing in Ceylon: presses operating in  Ceylon and the books printed thereon, from the beginning of the British period to 1850.  Unpublished typescript dated 1st July  1987.  138 p.

Lists approx. ……. items

ŚEJVALKAR, Try. Śan.  ‘Eka śatakāpūrvīcīm marāthī vrttapatrem’, Kirloskar (Nov. 1937), pp. ……..

In Marathi. 

SEMPLE, Rhonda.  ‘Ruth, Miss Mackintosh, and Ada and Rose Morris: Biblewomen, zenana workers and missionaries in nineteenth-cntury British missions to North India’, Women’s History Review Vol. 17 No. 4 (2008), pp. 561-574.

SEN, Aveek.  ‘Somebody reading: three sketches’, in Sria Chatterjee & Jennie Renton (comp. & ed.), Kolkata book city: readings, fragments, images (Edinburgh: Textualities, 2009), pp. 81-96. 

SEN, B. K.  Growth of scientific periodicals in India (1901-1947).  New Delhi: Indian National Science Academy, 2005.  330 p.

SEN, Dīpankar.  ‘Bhābīkālera mudrana’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopādhyāya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 384-391.

In Bengali.  On modern printing techniques and their application to Bengali. 

SEN, Mākhan-lāl.  Svādhīna rāshtre sambādpatra.  Calcutta: Calcutta University Press, 1956.

In Bengali.  A critical study of the Bengali press in British and post-British India.  14128.kk.9 

SEN, S. P. (ed.)  The Indian press.  (A collection of papers presented at the Fourth Annual Conference of the Institute, Mysore – 1966.)  Calcutta: Institute of Historical Studies, 1967.  166 pp.

Includes a bibliography on the history of the Indian press and journalism by N. Chatterjee.

SEN, Sanātana.  ‘Banglā patrakāritā’, Lokarāja Vārshikī issue (1977), pp. 35-37.

In Hindi.  On the history of Bengali journalism. 

SEN, Subhadrakumāra.  ‘Uniśa śatakera bāmlā sāhitya: anyamukha’, Anushtupa Vol. 45 No. 4 (2011) (Batatalā biśesha sankhyā), pp. 77-92.

In Bengali.  On the …………….. 

SEN, Sukumār.  ‘Batatalāra bai’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopādhyāya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 269-282.

In Bengali.  On the books produced by the Battala presses. 

SEN, Sukumār.  Batatalāra chāpā o chabi.  1st ed.  Calcutta: Anand, 1984.  102 p.; plates.

In Bengali.  On the presses of the Battala district of Calcutta in the 19th century and their output.

SEN, Sukumār.  Batatalāra chāpā o chabi.  2nd enlarged ed.  Calcutta: Anand, 2008.  144 p.; plates.

In Bengali.  Includes pp. 72-130 a list of the Battala presses and the books printed at them.

SEN, Sukumār.  ‘Early printers and publishers of Calcutta’, Bengal Past and Present Vol. LXXXVII Part I (Jan. – June 1968), pp. 59-66.

SEN, Surajit.  ‘Satīka badmāesa jabda’, Anushtupa Vol. 45 No. 4 (2011) (Batatalā biśesha sankhyā), pp. 306-346.

In Bengali.  On the ……………… 

SENA, Sanātana.  ‘Bangalā patrakāritā’, Lokarāja (Vārshikī issue 1977), pp. 35-37.

In Bengali.  On Bengali journalism.

SENGUPTA, Debjani.  ‘Sadhanbabu’s friends: science fiction in Bengal from 1882-1961’, Sarai reader: shaping technologies 3 (2003), pp. …….

SEN GUPTA, Kanti Prasanna.  The Christian missionaries in Bengal 1793-1833.  Calcutta: Firma K. L. Mukhopadhyay, 1971.  xii, 245 p., map.

Discusses translation work pp. 87-96 and includes a list f Bengali tracts (pp.201-206).

SENGUPTA, Kaustubhamani.  ‘Uniśa śatake bānālira madyapāna ebam Batatalā’, Anushtupa Vol. 45 No. 4 (2011) (Batatalā biśesha sankhyā), pp. 194-212.

In Bengali. On …………….. 

SENGUPTA, Nīlamani.  ‘Chabi chāpāra kalākauśala’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopādhyāya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 392-399.

In Bengali.  On technical aspects of image reproduction in printing. 

SENGUPTA, Parna.  Pedagogy for religion: missionary education and the fashioning of Hindus and Muslims in Bengal.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011.  x, 211 p.

SERAMPORE. – Mission Press.  Brief account of the translations and printing of the Scriptures by the Baptist missionaries at Serampore.  With specimens of some of the Eastern languages.  London: ……………………….., 1815.

SERAMPORE. – Mission Press.  Brief view of the Baptist missions and translations, with specimens of various languages in which the Scriptures are printing at the Mission Press, Serampore.   London: ……………………….., 1815.

SERAMPORE. – Mission Press.  Memoir relative to the translations of the Sacred Scriptures …  Serampore: The Mission Press [Dunstable printed], 1808.  28 pp.

SERAMPORE. – Mission Press.  A memoir of the Serampore translations for 1813: to which is added, an extract of a letter from Dr. Marshman to Dr. Ryland, concerning the Chinese.  Serampore: The Mission Press [Kettering printed], 1815.  39, 4 pp.

SERAMPORE. – Mission Press.  Ninth memoir respecting the translations and editions of the Sacred Scriptures, conducted by the Serampore missionaries.  Serampore: The Mission Press [Wycombe printed], 1808.  … pp.

SERAMPORE. – Mission Press.  Seventh memoir respecting the translations of the Sacred Scriptures into the languages of India, conducted by the brethren at Serampore.  Serampore: The Mission Press [London printed], 1820.  … pp.

SERAMPORE. – Mission Press.  Specimens of editions of the Sacred Scriptures in the Eastern languages, translated by the brethren of the Serampore Mission …  Serampore: Mission Press, 1813.

SERAMPORE. – Mission Press.  Tenth memoir respecting the translations of the Sacred Scriptures into the original languages, by the Serampore brethren.  With a brief review of their various editions from the commencement in the Spring of 1794.  London: …………………….., 1834.  … pp.

[CHECK – HAVE ALL THE 10? MEMOIRS BEEN LISTED? One only appears in a periodical?]

SERAMPORE. – Mission Press.  A third memoir of the translations, carrying on at Serampore …  Serampore: The Mission Press [London printed], 1812.  23 pp.

SERVAES, Jan co-editor  see THOMAS, Pradip Ninan 

SERVAN-SCHREIBER, Catherine.  ‘Des modèles éditoriaux en Inde: implantation, concurrence, evolution’, in Jacques Mihon & 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.  330-338.

Discusses three publishing models used in India: colonial publishing in Gujarat, Muslim publishing in northern India, and small popular publishing houses in contemporary India. 

SERVAN-SCHREIBER, Catherine.  ‘The printing of Bhojpuri folklore’, South Indian Folklorist Vol. 3 No. 1 (1999), pp. 81-106.

SESHAGIRI RAO, Kancherla Rama ed.  Studies in the history of Telugu journalism.  Delhi: Narla Shashtyabdapurti Celebration Committee, 1968.  xxii, 170 p.

Published on the occasion of the 60th birthday of the famous Telugu journalist, Narla Venkateswara Rao.  Includes J. Mangamma on the origins of Telugu journalism.

SESHU, Geeta.  ‘Does censorship ever work?’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol. XLVII No. 44 (3 Nov. 2012), pp. 19-22.

SETH, Mesrop Jacob.  Armenians in India from the earliest times to the present day.  Calcutta: the author, 1937.

SETH, Mesrop Jacob.  Madras: the birthplace of Armenian journalism.  Calcutta: the author, 1937.  14 p.

SETH, Sanjay co-author  see  FRIEDLANDER, Peter 

SETTY UMAPATHY, K.  ‘The story of the book in India’, Indian Librarian Vol. 27 No. 4 (March 1973), pp. 175-184.

SHABIR, Ghulam, AQDUS, Naveed, & IQBAL, Zafar.  ‘Women journalism in Pakistan’, Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences Vol. 29 No. 2 (Dec. 2009), pp. 365-376. 

SHAH, A. B. ed.  The roots of obscenity: obscenity, literature and the law.    Bombay: Lalvani Publishing House, 1968.  viii, 148 p.

Published by the International Association for Cultural Freedom.

SHĀMSUL HAQ comp.  Bāmlā sāmayika-patra (1947-1971).  Dhākā: Granthāyana, 1973.  9, 298 p.

A bibliography of Bengal periodicals from 1947 to 1971.

SHARADA PRASAD, H. Y.  ‘The call of editorship’, in Editors on editing: H. Y. Sharada Prasad, Rukun Advani, David Davidar, Ravi Dayal, Urvashi Butalia, Samuel Israel (New Delhi: National Book Trust, India, 1993), pp. 77-81.

SHARAR, ‘Abdulhalīm.  Lakhna’ū: mashriqī tamaddun kā ākhirī namūnah.  Lahore: Print Line Publishers, 2000.  400 p.

Reprint of the original Urdu edition ………………, 1920?

SHARAR, ‘Abdulhalīm.  Lucknow: the last phase of an oriental culture..  London: Elek, 1975.  295p., 16 p. of plates, ill.

English translation by E. S. Harcourt and Fakhr Husain of a series of articles which first appeared in the Lucknow journal Dil Gudaz from 1913 onwards.  Also published Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1989.

SHARMA, B. K.  ‘Copyright law in respect of 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. 399-407.

SHARMA, Dinesh C.  ‘Newsroom: the changing profile’, in Uday Sahay (ed.), Making news: handbook of the media in contemporary India (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 81-88.

Excerpted from Vidura Jan.-March 2003.

SHARMA, Jayeeta.  ‘Missionaries and print culture in nineteenth-century Assam: the Orunodoi periodical of the American Baptist Mission’, in Robert Eric Frykenberg (ed.), Christians and missionaries in India: cross-cultural communication since 1500 (Grand Rapids/Cambridge: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2003), pp. 256-273.

SHARMA, R. K.  ‘History of printing in Jammu & Kashmir’, Kashmir Today Vol. 6 No. 4 (Aug. 1962), pp. 1-4 and 9.

SHARMA, S. R. (ed.-in-chief.), & CHATURVEDI, Anil (assoc. ed.).  Democracy and the press.  New Delhi: Radha Publications, 1996.  …. p.

SHARMA, S. R. (ed.-in-chief.), & CHATURVEDI, Anil (assoc. ed.).  The future of mass communications.  New Delhi: Radha Publications, 1996. ……. p.

SHARMA, S. R. (ed.-in-chief.), & CHATURVEDI, Anil (assoc. ed.).  Journalism as a profession.  New Delhi: Radha Publications, 1996.  ….. p.

SHARMA, S. R. (ed.-in-chief.), & CHATURVEDI, Anil (assoc. ed.).  Perspectives of Indian journalism.  New Delhi: Radha Publications, 1996.  vi, 344 p.  (Studies in Mass Media and Communication – 2)

Mostly concerned with various Indian Acts 1957-78 that affect the press, but also includimg chapters on the early history of the Press Trust of India, language, headlines, make-up and picture-editing.

SHARMA, S. R. (ed.-in-chief.), & CHATURVEDI, Anil (assoc. ed.).  Research in mass media.  New Delhi: Radha Publications, 1996.  …………….. p.

SHARMA, Sima.  ‘Religious and spiritual books: India’s unique offering’, 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. 283-292.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Ambalacatta, Duverdier and Halhed: some notes on early Indian printing’, South Asia Library Group Newsletter No. 18 (1981), pp 4-8.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘The beginnings of printing in Bombay’, in P. Rohatgi & P. Godrej (ed.), India: a pageant of prints (Bombay: Marg Publications, 1989), pp 111-124.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Bicentenary of Bengali printing’, South Asia Library Group Newsletter No. 14 (June 1979), pp. 11-12.

Report of the exhibition held on the Maidan in Calcutta and sponsored by the Ananda Bazar Patrika group.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘The birth of Calcutta printing’, in Raj Krishna (ed.), From Thames to Hooghly: Calcutta heritage 1690-1990 (Bethesda, Md.: India School Inc., 1990), pp 75-82.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘A brief note on the Hosten collection at Vidyajyoti College, Delhi, and his unpublished history of early Indo-Portuguese printing’, South Asia Library Group Newsletter No. 24 (1984), pp 5-7

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘The British book in India 1695-1830’, in Michael F. Suarez & Michael L. Turner (ed.), The Cambridge history of the book in Britain. Volume 5: 1695-1830 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009), pp. 560-575.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Calcutta: birthplace of the Indian lithographed book’,  Journal of the Printing Historical Society  No. 27 (1998), pp. 90-111.

Traces the arrival of lithography in India and the activities of the early lithographic presses in Calcutta from 1824 onwards. 

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Calcutta woodcuts in OMPB’, IOLR/OC Newsletter No. 33 (1984), pp 8-9.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Celebration of the bicentenary of the first Bengali printing’, South Asia Library Group Newsletter No. 14 (1979), pp 11-12.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Communications between cultures: difficulties in the design and distribution of Christian literature in nineteenth-century India’, in R. N. Swanson (ed.), The church and the book: papers read at the 2000 Summer meeting and the 2001 Winter meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society (Studies in Church History Vol. 38) (Woodbridge: published for the Ecclesiastical Society by the Boydell Press, 2004), pp. 339-356.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Conference on early printing in Asia’,  IOLR/OC Newsletter No. 29 (1983), pp 8-9.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘The Copenhagen copy of Henriques’ Flos Sanctorum’, Fund og Forskning 32 (1993), pp 39-50

Describes the hitherto unknown second surviving copy (the other being in the Vatican Library) in the Royal Library, Copenhagen, which had belonged to the famous Dutch missionary Philippus Baldaeus (Philip Balde). 

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘The Cuttack Mission Press and early Oriya printing’,  British Library Journal Vol. 3 No. 1 (Spring 1977) pp 29-43.

Oriya summary version published Paurusha 15 (1982), pp ……

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Les débuts de l’imprimerie gouvernementale et commerciale en Inde’, Revue française d’histoire du livre 53 (1984), pp 371-380.

Reprinted in J.-P. Drège, M. Ishigami-Iagolnitzer & M. Cohen (ed.), Le livre et l’imprimerie en Extrême Orient et en Asie du Sud ed. (Bordeaux: ………………., 1986), pp 321-330.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘An early Madras almanac’,  IOLR/OC Newsletter No. 40 (1988), p 14.

SHAW, Graham William.  Early printing in India.  [London: The British Library, 1978.  [4] p.

An exhibition leaflet.  Reprinted as a supplement to Newsletter of the Printing Historical Society No. 45 (1979) and in Mudran Vidya Vol. 17 (1979), pp 43-54.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Examples of Indian scripts in Purchas his pilgrimes’,  The Library 6th series Vol. 5 (1983), pp 165-169.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘The first Bengali book printed in Bangladesh’, OIOC Newsletter No. 45 (1991), p 13.

Bengali translation published Bicitra 19 (19 April 1991), pp 42-43.  On the duodecimo book of Bengali riddles (?????) compiled by the Rev. ……… and printed at the Baptist Mission Press, Kattra (????) in 183…?

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘The first Calcutta almanac’, The Library 6th Series Vol. 6 (1984), pp 384-385.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘The first printing press in the Punjab’,  The Library Chronicle (University of Pennsylvania) Vol. 43 No. 2 (Winter 1979), pp 159-179.

On the American Mission Press at Ludhiana founded in 18……………

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘The Fort William books in Eton College Library’, South Asia Library Group Newsletter 15 (Jan. 1980), pp 4-6.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘From Goa to the Gutenberg Award: the story of Indian typography’, Typo 49 (autumn 2012), pp. 8-15. 

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘India’, in Bill Bell (ed.),The Edinburgh history of the book in Scotland. Volume 3: Ambition and industry 1800 – 1880 (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007), pp. 455-464.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘A letter from James Augustus Hicky’, The Library 6th series Vol. 5 (1983), pp 395-398.

SHAW, Graham William.  [Letter re: “English libraries in eighteenth-century Bengal”], The Journal of Library History Vol. 15 (1980), pp 387-389.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Lithography v. letter-press in India … Part I: Lithography in Bombay’, South Asia Library Notes & Queries No. 29 (1993), pp 1-11.

Available on-line at http://consald.org/newsite/sites/default/files/SALNAQ/issue_29/29_1993_01_Lithography1.pdf

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Lithography v. letter-press in India … Part II: Lithography and the vernacular book’, South Asia Library Notes & Queries No. 30 (1994-95), pp. 1-10.

Available on-line at http://consald.org/newsite/sites/default/files/SALNAQ/issue_30/30_199495_01_Lithography2.pdf

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘A ‘lost’ work of Henrique Henriques: the Tamil confessionary of 1580’, Bodleian Library Record Vol. 11 (1982), pp 26-34. 

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Matba’a 4. In Muslim India’, in The Encyclopedia of Islam (new ed.) VI fasc 111-112 (Leiden, 1989), pp 804-806.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Matba’a 5. In Afghanistan’, in The Encyclopedia of Islam (new ed.) VI fasc 111-112 (Leiden, 1989), pp 806-807.

[Other articles re: early printing in Afghanistan?]

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Non-Latin scripts and printing technologies: triumphs and tribulations’, in Non-Latin scripts from metal to digital type (London: St. Bride Library, 2012), pp. 11-33. 

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘On the wrong end of the Raj: some aspects of censorship in British India and its circumvention, 1920s – 1940s’, in Abhijit Gupta & Swapan Chakravorty (ed.) Moveable type: book history in India (Ranikhet: Permanent Black, 2008, pp. 94-171.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘An outline of early South Asian printing’, South Asia Library Group Newsletter No. 10 (June 1977), pp 3-8.

SHAW, Graham William.  The printer of the first book published in Bombay’,  The Library 6th Series Vol. 1 No. 1 (March 1979), pp 83-85.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Printing and publishing in Dhaka, 1849-1900’, in Sharif Uddin Ahmed (ed.), Dhaka Past Present Future  (Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 1991), pp 89-121.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Printing at Mangalore and Tellicherry by the Basel Mission’, Libri Vol. 27 (1977), pp 154-164.

Kannada translation published Manavika Karnataka Vol. 8 (1978), pp 61-69.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Printing by the British in Sri Lanka at the end of the 18th century’, Factotum No. 32 (1990), pp 21-23.

SHAW, Graham William.  Printing in Calcutta to 1800: a description and checklist of printing in late 18th-century Calcutta.  London: The Bibliographical Society, 1981.  xi, 249 p.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Printing in Devanagari’, The Monotype Recorder New Series Vol. 2 (Sept. 1980), pp 28-32.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Printing interest in the British Library’s Halhed Bengali manuscripts’, South Asia Library Group Newsletter No. 19 (1982), pp 4-6.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘A revised outline of early South Asian printing’,  South Asia Library Group Newsletter No. 34 (1989), pp 1-9.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Scaliger’s copy of an early Tamil catechism’, The Library 6th series Vol. 3 (1981), pp 239-243.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Some facets of eighteenth-century Bengali printing’, in The Regional Institute of Printing Technology Calcutta Silver Jubilee Volume (Calcutta: The Regional Institute of Printing Technology, 1981), pp 19-22.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘Some thoughts on Serampore bibliography’,  Carey Day [Serampore College souvenir] 1983, pp 6-10.

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘South Asia’, in Simon Eliot & Jonathan Rose (ed.), A Companion to the history of the book (Blackwell Companions to Literature & Culture) (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2007), pp. 126-137.

SHAW, Graham William comp.  The South Asia and Burma Retrospective Bibliography (SABREB): Stage 1: 1556-1800.  London: The British Library, 1987.  x, 554 p. 

SHAW, Graham William.  ‘The Tanjore “Aesop” in the context of early Marathi printing’,  The Library 5th Series Vol. 33 No. 3 (Sept. 1978), pp 207-214.

SHAW, Graham William, & LLOYD, Mary (ed.)  Publications proscribed by the Government of India: a catalogue of the collections in the India Office Library and Records and the Department of Oriental manuscripts and Printed Books, British Library Reference Division.  London: The British Library, 1985.  xv, 203 p.

SHAW, Graham William, & WALKER, Dorothy.  ‘The Oriental Magazine; or, Calcutta Amusement, 1785’, IOLR/OC Newsletter 35 (1985), p 10.

SHAW, Graham William co-author  see  ROSS, Fiona G. E. [x2] 

SHCHEGLOVA, Olimpiada Pavlovna.  Katalog litografirovannykh knig na persidskom yazyke: iz sobraniia Rossiiskoi Natsional’noi Biblioteki.  Moskva: Izdatel’skaya firma “Vostochnaya Literatura” RAN, 2002.  142 p. 

SHCHEGLOVA, Olimpiada Pavlovna.  Katalog litografirovannykh knig na persidskom yazyke v sobranii Leningradskogo otdeleniia Instituta Vostokovedeniya AN SSSR ….  Moskva: Izdatel’svo “Nauka”, Glavnaya redaktsiia Vostochnoi Literatury, 1975.  2 vols. (788 p.) 

SHCHEGLOVA, Olimpiada Pavlovna.  Katalog litografirovannykh knig na persidskom yazyke v sobranii vostochnogo otdela nauchnoi biblioteki im. A. M. Gor’kogo Leningradskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universita.  Moskva: Izdatel’svo “Nauka”, Glavnaya redaktsiia Vostochnoi Literatury, 1989.  354 p. 

SHCHEGLOVA, Olimpiada Pavlovna.  ‘Lithography ii. In India’, Encyclopaedia Iranica www.iranica.com/articles/lithography-ii-in-india

SHCHEGLOVA, Olimpiada Pavlovna.  ‘Lithography iv. Lithographed illustrations’, Encyclopaedia Iranica www.iranica.com/articles/lithography-ii-in-india

SHCHEGLOVA, Olimpiada Pavlovna.  Litografskoe knigoizdanie na Persidskom yazuike v XIX v. v Irane i Indii (na Osnove Sankt-Peterburgskikh Kollektsii).  Sankt-Peterburg: Rossiiskaya Akademiya Nauk, Institut Vostokovedeniya, Sankt Peterburg Filial, 1995.  34 p.

SHCHEGLOVA, Olimpiada Pavlovna.  Persoyazuichnaya litografirovannaya kniga indiiskogo proizvodstva (XIX V.).  Sankt-Peterburg: Orientalia, 2001.

SHEKHAR, C.  ‘Publishing of paperbacks’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 219-223.

SHEORAN, Kamal.  ‘Contemporary children’s literature in India’, Children’s Literature  Vol. 4 (1975), pp. 127-137.

SHRIDHARANI, Krishanlal Jethalal, in association with JAIN, Prakash C.  The journalist in India: a study of the press corps.  ……..: Patrika Syndicate, 1956.  56 p.

SHUKLA, Sonal.  ‘Cultivating minds: 19th-century Gujarati women’s journals’, Economic and Political Weekly 26 October 1991, 63-66.

SIDDHŪ, Gurūmel S. (chief ed.)  Panjābī  Sāhita Pabalīkeshana Tarassata, Amarīkā, sthāpita 25 June 2005: pichokara ate manoratha.  Freemont: Panjabi Sahit Publication Trust, America, 2006.  176 p., [8] p.of plates, ill.

In Panjabi, with one essay in English.  Background and aims of the Panjabi Sahit Publication Trust founded in 2005, with sample poems by Panjabi authors settled in the United States. 

SIDDIQI, Ansar al Hasan.  ‘Matba’ Avadh Akhbār kī kahānī, Avadh Akhbbār kī zabānī’, Nayā Daur 35 (1980), pp. 48-51.

SIDDIQI, Aslam.  ‘The first Urdu newspaper’, Islamic Culture Vol. 21 No. 2 (April 1947), pp. 160-166.

SIDDIQUI, Sarwar Ahmad.  Catalogue of rare books.  Karachi: Karachi University Library, n.d.  2 vols. (Karachi University Library Publication No. 4)

Catalogue of “rare” books in Karachi University Library.

SIKDĀR, Aśrukumār.  ‘Mudrana o Bāmlā kabitāra janmāntara’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopādhyāya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 177-196.

In Bengali.  On the role played by printing and publishing in the transformation of Bengali poetry. 

SIMHARĀY, Jībendra.  Kallolera kāla.  Calcutta: Kathāśilpa, 1973.  3, 176, 48 pp.; ill.

In Bengali.  A study of the famous Bengali literary monthly Kallola 1923-29 and of its eminent contributors.  Appendices include a complete listing of the contents of each issue of the periodical. 

SINGH, Amrik.  ‘School level text books’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 202-209’. 

SINGH, Amrik.  ‘School text 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. 260-270.

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

SINGH, Dhirendra Nath.  Hindi patrakarita.  ……………………………….?

In Hindi. 

SINGH, Gaurishankar.  National Union Catalogue of incunabula in Indian languages.  Varanasi: Bibliographical Society of India, 1987.  96 p.

Contains 799 entries dating from up to the end of the 1st quarter of the 19th century, covering both works printed in India and abroad, principally London .  Arranged by language: Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Pali, Panjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu, with an index of authors.

SINGH, Ram Dular.  National Union Catalogue of incunabula and early printed books in India.  Vol. 1: 1481-1600.  Calcutta: Bibliographical Society of India, 1981.

IS THIS DIFFERENT FROM THE PREVIOUS ENTRY? 

SINGH, Suba.  Panjabi pattarakari da itihasa.  Chandigarh: Punjab State University Text-Book Board, 1974.

In Panjabi.  A history of Panjabi journalism.

SINGH, Sudhir Kumar.  Press, politics & public opinion in Bihar (1912-1947).  New Delhi: Manak Publications Pvt. Ltd, 2010.  x, 241 p.

SINGH, Sukhbir.  Growth of freedom of press in India, 1780-1947.  Agra: ……………………….., 1962.

SINGH, Tejeshwar.  ‘English’, 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. 49-58.

SINHA, Arvind.  ‘Growing need of an alternative media: a critique of the mainstream media’, in Uday Sahay (ed.), Making news: handbook of the media in contemporary India (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 118-130.

SINHA, Dipankar  co-editor see BAGCHI, Amiya Kumar 

SINHA, Mrinalini.  ‘Reading Mother India: empire, nation and the female voice’, Journal of Women’s History Vol. 6 No. 2 (1994), pp. 6-44.

SINHA, Mrinalini.  Specters of Mother India: the global restructuring of an empire.  Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2006.  xiii, 366 p., ill.

A discussion of the controversy generated by the publication in 1927 of Katherine Mayo’s book Mother India.

SINHA, Piyush Kumar, & PARIHER, Kunjesh.  Dainik Bhaskar – Jaipur’, Asian Case Research Journal 6 (2002), pp. 167-204.

SIRCAR, Hemendra Kumar co-author  see DIEHL, Katharine Smith 

SKRINE, F. H.  An Indian journalist: being the life and letters of Dr. S. C. Mookerjea.  Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, n.d.

SMITH, Debbie co-author  see BAHRI, Anuj 

SMITH, George.  ‘First twenty years of The Calcutta Review’, Calcutta Review Vol. 19 No. 117 (1874), pp. 215-233.

SMITH, H. Daniel.  ‘Impact of ‘god posters’ on Hindus and their devotional tradition’, in Lawrence Babb & Susan Wadley (eds.), Media and the transformation of religion in South Asia (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1995), pp. ……

SMITH, Lise.  The mysteries of translation: G. W. M. Reynolds and the development of the novel in Hindi 1900-1920.  Unpublished M. Phil. Thesis, University of Cambridge, 2001.

SMITH, Lise.  Transmission and reconstruction: the role of translated texts in the development of the novel in Hindi, 1890-1920.  Unoublished Ph. D. thesis, University of Cambridge, 2005.

SMITH, Margaret M.  ‘Basu, Nandalal’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. I p. 511. 

SMITH, Margaret M.  ‘Roychowdhury, Upendra Kishore’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1111. 

SMITH, Margaret M.  ‘Varma, Raja Ravi’, in Michael Suarez & Henry R. Woudhuysen (eds.), Oxford companion to the book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), Vol. II p. 1238. 

SOMALAY.  A survey of the Tamil press.  Madras: University of Madras, 1975.  … p.

SOMASUNDARAM, Sara.  Library development in Sri Lanka: an historical analysis.  M. A., Loughborough University of Technology, 1978.  84 pp.

Includes early history in the Portuguese, Dutch and British periods.

SORABJEE, Soli J.  The emergency, censorship and the press in India 1975-77.  London: Writer & Scholars Educational Trust, 1977.  61 p.

Author was the Additional Solicitor General of India.  Describes the steps taken by Mrs Indira Gandhi to muzzle the Indisn press.

SORABJEE, Soli J.  ‘Obscenity and indecency: Indian perspectives’, in Derek Jones (ed.), Censorship: a world encyclopedia (London, Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2001), Vol. 3 L-R, pp. 1751-1754.

SOTERIOU, Alexandra.  Gift of conquerors: hand papermaking in India.  Ahmedabad: Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd, 1999.  246 p., ill.

‘SOUTH Asia awash with comics’, Asian Mass Communications Bulletin May/June 2000, p. 7.

SPILLETT, Hubert W.  A catalogue of Scriptures in the language of China and the Republic of China.  London: British and Foreign Bible Society, 1975.  …. p.

Includes discussion of the Serampore Chinese editions.

SPINNEY, Gordon.  ‘Frank Campbell 1863-1905’, Government Publications Review Vol. 4 No. 1 (1977) pp. 21-29.

An appreciation of Campbell’s contribution to the cataloguing of official publicationsi and his unhappy career in the British Museum Library prepared in 1973 as the introduction for a proposed reprint of Campbell’s Theory of national and international bibliography.  “Living during the high noon of British imperialism and coming from a family that was so decdicated to colonial service, Campbell inevitably took up the cause of the bibilography of the British Empire.  He lived long enough to make an extremely valuable contribution to that of India…” (p. 24).  Campbell resigned from the British Museum Library in January 1900 and went to India, acting as Private Secretary to Bishop Welldon of Calcutta until his ordination at the end of that year., and returning to England in 1901.

‘SPREADING the word: publishing in India and Southasia’, Himal (May 2011), pp. 24-53.

Cover feature of this issue is a series of articles on the current state of English-language publishing in the sub-continent.  Separate entries have been created for individual contributions.

SPRENGER, Aloys.

The introduction discusses the rise of lithography at Lucknow, and the catalogue entries often include mentions of early lithographed editions where appropriate. 

SREEDHARAN, G.  ‘A survey of Malayalam publishing’, Indian Literature Vol. 20 No. 2 (March-April 1977), pp. 89-96. 

SREENIVAS, Mytheli.  ‘Emotion, identity, and the female subject: Tamil women’s magazines in colonial India, 1890-1940’, Journal of Women’s History Vol. 14 (2003), pp. 59-82. 

ŚRESHTHA, Bhagavatīprasāda.  Nepāla bhāshā patrapatrikāyā jātah.  Yem: Nepāla Bhāshā Parishad, 1981.

Bibliography of Newari periodicals with a brief history of Newari journalism.

SRI Lanka (ISBN) publishers directory.  Colombo: ISBN Agency, Sri Lanka National Library Services Board, 1987 –

SRILATA, K.  ‘Feminists are modern; families are Indian: women’s magazines and the politics of modernity’, in R. M. George (ed.), Burning down the house: recycling domesticity (Boulder: Westview Press, 1998), pp. ………..

SRINIVASA IYENGAR, K. R.  Literature and authorship in India.  London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd, 1943.  (P. E. N. Books)

ŚRĪPANTHA  see SARKAR, Nikhil 

SRIRAM, Suraj, ‘Eskay’.  Indira Gandhi: the final chapter.  New Delhi: Niyogi Books, 2011.  173 p., ill. 

STÅHLBERG, Per.  ‘The illicit daughter: Hindi language newspapers and the regionalisastion of the public sphere’, in Poluha & Rosendhal (eds.), Contesting ‘good’ governance: cross cultural perspectives on representation, accountability and public space (London: Curzon Press, 2002), pp. …………

STÅHLBERG, Per.  Lucknow daily: how a Hindi newspaper constructs society.  Unpublished Ph. D. thesis, Stockholm University, 2002.

STÅHLBERG, Per.  Lucknow daily: how a Hindi newspaper constructs society.  Stockholm: Department of Social Anthropology, Stockholm University, 2002.  x, 218 p.

Based on a  study of the Dainik Jagaran.

STÅHLBERG, Per.  ‘The newspapers of Lucknow: journalism and modernity’, in Roger Jeffrey & Jens Lerche (eds.), Uttar Pradesh: soft state, hard choices – European perspectives (New Delhi: Manohar, 2003), pp. ………………

STÅHLBERG, Per.  ‘On the journalistic beat in India: encounters with the near familiar’, Ethnography Vol. 7 No. 1 (2006), pp. 47-67.

STÅHLBERG, Per.  ‘På uppdrag med indiska journalister: når det välbekanta tränger sig på’, …………………………….., 2004.

Swedish version of the preceding item.  Chapter in a book?

STÅHLBERG, Per.  ‘Presse écrite et communication interculturelle: la mondialisation s’écrit aussi en hindi’, in Michel Sauquet (ed.), L’Idiot du village mondial (Paris; Bruxelles: Éditions Charles Léopold Mayer; Éditions Luc Pirc, 2004), pp. ……….

STANHOPE, Leicester.  Sketch of the history and influence of the press in British India; containing the remarks on the effects of a free press … also, on the danters of a free press, and the licentiousness of a censorship.  London: C. Chapple, 1823.  viii, 194 p.

Available as a reprint from Kessinger Publishing.

STARK, Ulrike.  ‘Associational Culture and Civic Engagement in Colonial Lucknow: The Jalsah-e Tahzib’,The Indian Economic and Social History Review 48.11 (2011), pp. 1-33. 

STARK, Ulrike.  ‘Benares Beginnings: Print Modernity, Book Entrepreneurs, and Cross-Cultural Ventures in a Colonial Metropolis, 1820-1890’, in Abhijit Gupta & Swapan Chakravorty (ed.), Founts of Knowledge (Ranikhet: Permanent Black, 2011), pp . …….. 

STARK, Ulrike.  An empire of books: the Naval Kishore Press and the diffusion of the printed word in colonial India.  Ranikhet: Permanent Black, 2007.

STARK, Ulrike.  ‘Hindi publishing in the heart of an Indo-Persian cultural metropolis: Lucknow’s Newal Kishore Press (1858-1895)’, in Stuart Blackburn & Vasudha Dalmia (ed.), India’s literary history: essays on the nineteenth century  (Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004), pp. 251-279.

STARK, Ulrike.  ‘Knowledge in Context: Raja Shivaprasad (1823-95) as ‘hybrid’ intellectual and people’s educator’, in Michael Dodson & Brian Hatcher (ed.),Trans-Colonial Modernities in South Asia (London: Routledge, 2011), pp. ………….. 

STARK, Ulrike.  ‘Politics, public issues and the promotion of Urdu literature: Avadh Akhbar, the first Urdu daily in Northern india’, Annual of Urdu Studies Vol. 18 (2003), pp. 66-94.

STARK, Ulrike.  ‘Publishers as Patrons and the Commodification of Hindu Religious Texts in Nineteenth-Century North India’, in Heidi Rika Maria Pauwels (ed.) Patronage and Popularisation, Pilgrimage and Procession: Channels of Transcultural Translation and Transmission in Early Modern South Asia. Papers in Honour of Monika Horstmann  (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2009), pp. 189-203.

STARK, Ulrike.  ‘A Qur’an for Every Household: Mass Printing and the Commercialization of Islamic Sacred Texts in Nineteenth-Century Lucknow’, in Sorin Antohi & Nadia al-Bagdadi (ed.), Sacred Texts and Print Culture: The Case of Qur’an and Bible of the Orthodox Churches during the 18th and 19th Century  (Budapest: Central European University, 2011), pp. …….. 

STARK, Ulrike.  ‘Selected texts, neglected texts: what book history can teach us’.  Unpublished conference paper, Translating India: the construction of cultural India through translating Hindi literature, Département interfacultaire d’histoire et de sciences des religions, Université de Lausanne, 6th November 2008.

STARK, Ulrike.  ‘Translation, Book History, and the Afterlife of a Text: Growse’s The Ramayan of Tulsi Das’, in Maya Burger and Nicola Pozza (ed.) India in Translation Through Hindi Literature. A Plurality of Voices (Bern: Peter Lang, 2010), pp. 155-180. 

‘STATEMENT of principles adopted in the tentative translation of St. Matthew’s Gospel in Kanarese’, Harvest Field: a missionary magazine Vol. IV (1892-93), pp. 107-……. 

STEADMAN-JONES, Richard.  Colonialism and grammatical representation: John Gilchrist and the analysis of the ‘Hindustani’ language in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century.  Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2007.  viii, 280 p.

STERENBERG, Ilse.  ‘The British Museum Library and the development of the international exchange of official diocuments’, British Library Journal Vol. …. (2002), pp. ………… and eBLJ Article 2 (2002), pp. 1-20.

STERENBERG, Ilse.  Policies for the acquisition of printed books at the British Museum Library, 1837-1960: with particular attention to the procurement of works from Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Latin America.  Unpublished Ph. D. thesis, University College London, 1991.

STEVENSON, Iain.  Book makers: British publishing in the twentieth century.  London: The British Library, 2010.  xviii, 314 p.

Includes references to India as an important overseas market for British publishers (pp. ……)

STOCQUELER, Joachim Hayward.  The memoirs of a journalst.  London and Bombay: Times of India, 1873.  261 p. 

STOREY, C. A.  ‘The beginnings of Persian printing in India’ in Jal Dastur Cursetji Pavry ed., Oriental studies in honour of Cursetji Erachji Pavry (London: Oxford University Press, 1933), pp. 457-461.

SUAREZ, Michael F., & WOUDHUYSEN, Henry ed.  The Oxford companion to the book.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010.  2 vols. (1,325 p.)

Contains an essay on “The history of the book in the Indian subcontinent” by Abhijit Gupta, plus 109 shorter (mostly very brief – no more than 4-5 lines or so) entries on print culture in South Asia by Varuni Bhatia, Rimi Barnali Chatterjee, Swapan Chakravorty, Nandini Das, Ian Desai, Abhijit Gupta, Fiona G. E. Ross, Margaret M. Smith, and A. R. Venkatachalapathy.  Another essay, “Missionary printing” by Antoni J. Üçerler, also has a section on India.  Separate entries have been provided for individual contributions.

SUBRAMANIAM, V.  ‘Tamil political journalism: the pre-Gandhian period’, Tamil Culture Vol. 10 (Oct. 1963), pp. 21-66.

SUBRAMANYAM, K.  ‘The press in Andhra and the Princely State 1920-1930’, Itihas: Journal of the Andhra Pradesh Archives Vol. 17 No. 1 (1991), pp. 83-100.

SUBRAMANYAM, Ka. Naa.  ‘Slick magazines in Tamil’, in Closepet Dasappa  Narasimhaiah (ed.) Fiction and the reading public in India  (Mysore: University of Mysore, 1967), pp. 112-125.

On serial publication of Tamil fiction in popular and literary magazines, focussing particularly on works by Kalki, S. V. V., and Thi Janakiraman.

SUDHĀKAR, Endlūri co-editor  see NARASIMHAŚARMA, Sannidhānam 

SUDHIR, K.  ‘Publishing in China and India: opportunities and challenges’, Publishing Research Quarterly Vol. 26 No. 4 (December 2010), pp. 255-265.

Discusses the regulatory, political, economic and cultural factors to be considered in entering the Chinese and Indian markets and identifies three key trade-offs: standardization versus localization, volume and margin, and the relative importance of digital and paper publications.

SUDHIR, P.  ‘Colonialism and the vocabularies of dominance’, in T. Niranjana, P. Sudhir & V. Dhareshwar (ed.), Interrogating modernity: culture and colonialism in India (Calcutta: Seagull Books, 1993), pp. 334-347.

SUFI, Mohy-ud-Din.  Jammu wa Kashmir mein Urdu sahafat.  Srinagar: Times Publication, 1973.  214 pp.

In Urdu.  On Urdu journalism in Jammu & Kashmir.

ŚUKLA, Yajneśa Harihara.  Ardhaśatābdīnī akhbārīyātrā.  Bombay: N. M. Tripathi, 1977.  16, 447 p., ill.

In Gujarati.  Includes an account of early Gujarati printing and journalism.

SUR, Atul.  Bāmlā mudranera duśo bachara.  Calcutta: …………………………., 1978[?]  (Bicitra Bidyā Granthamālā)

In Bengali.  On the two centuries of Bengali printing and publishing.

SUR, Atul.  ‘Chāpākhānā o sāmājika bisphorana’, Ānanda Bāzāra Patrikā (28 Magh 1385=1978), p. 4

In Bengali.

SUR, Atul.  ‘Kāgaja o kāli’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopādhyāya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 400-407.

In Bengali.  On the development of the paper industry in northern India.  AND INK?  CHECK 

SUTCLIFFE, Peter.  The Oxford University Press: an informal history.  Oxford: at the Clarendon Press, 1978.  xxviii, 303 p., ill.

Contains a brief summary of the Indian Branch (pp. 200-202). 

SWEETMAN, Will.  ‘Empire and mission in a early nineteenth century “pamphlet war”’.  Unpublished paper, Religious Encounters in Colonial South Asia, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 20 November 2011.

SWITZER, Les, & SWITZER, Donna.  The black press in South Africa nd Lesotho: a descriptive bibliographic guide to African, Coloured and Indian newspapers, newsletters and magazines 1836-1976.  Boston, Mass.: G. K. Hall & Co., 1979.  xix, 308 p.

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