By Bridie Andrews, Mary P. Sutphen
Over the past century, id as an road of inquiry has turn into either a tutorial progress and a complicated type of historic research. This quantity exhibits how the examine of drugs supplies new insights into colonial id, and the potential of accommodating a number of views on identification inside a unmarried narrative. participants to this quantity discover the perceived self-identity of colonizers; the adoption of western and standard drugs as complementary points of a brand new, glossy and nationalist id; the construction of a contemporary identification for ladies within the colonies; and the expression of a healer's identification by way of physicians of conventional drugs.
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Through his tireless efforts selecting and editing submissions he deemed suitable for improving the character of his Hindi readers, Dvivedi played a major role in establishing a standard form of Hindi prose. The success of Sarasvati, whose subject matter emphasized science and history as well as literature, encouraged other literary activity, and journals particularly took on vital educative functions as arenas for political debate and literary expression. ”35 The new form of written Hindi that was being promoted, however, had been stripped of its Urdu and Perso-Arabic heritage and vocabulary (now deemed foreign) and injected with Sanskrit loan-words and more complex syntax; it was also disassociated from the other spoken varieties of the region.
Medical colleges as well as pharmaceutical companies were founded in different parts of the country. 61 By the second decade of the twentieth century, provincial governments in Bombay, Bengal, and Madras capitulated to recurrent campaigns by Indian Medical Service officers – by now increasingly Indian – and established Medical Registration Acts. These enabled only registered practitioners of Gender and health reform in colonial north India 27 Western medicine to hold hospital or government posts and imposed fines on offenders.
R. Nanda, The Nehrus, Motilal and Jawaharlal (London: Allen & Unwin, 1962), 83–4. In 1923, Stri Darpan moved to Kanpur, to be edited by Sumati Devi and Phulkumari Mehrotra. See Orsini, “Domesticity and Beyond,” 145. See the fond description of Rameshwari bhabhi by Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, Jawaharlal Nehru’s sister, in her The Scope of Happiness: A Personal Memoir (New York: Crown, 1979), 31; bha¯bhi¯ is the Hindi kin term to refer to one’s elder brother’s (or cousin brother’s) wife. The quotation, “Rameshwari was my ideal of Indian womanhood,” is attributed to Kulsum Sayani, an educational activist and Gandhian nationalist, who is quoted in Geraldine Forbes, Women in Modern India (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996), 201; see also Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, Inner Recesses, Outer Spaces: Memoirs (New Delhi: Navrang, 1986), 143.
Medicine and Colonial Identity (Studies in the Social History of Medicine, 17) by Bridie Andrews, Mary P. Sutphen